It’s very rare that we use the news and reviews blog to tell you about something that’s not directly connected with the local acoustic music scene, however we’re sure you’ll agree that this event is one that’s well worth supporting. It’s a cause that’s very close to our hearts here at Liverpool Acoustic HQ and as such we’ll be there on the day helping the fundraising efforts by eating Japanese barbecue and drinking Japanese beer! And we’d love you to join us 🙂
Japan Fun Day
at Etsu Japanese Restaurant
Bank Holiday Monday 2nd May 2011
12.00noon to 6.00pm
Etsu Restaurant & Beetham Plaza, 25 The Strand, Liverpool L2 0XJ
You’ll find it towards the bottom of Brunswick Street. Map here
…In aid of the people of Japan worst affected by the March the 11th earthquake and tsunami.
Here at Etsu Japanese Restaurant we are holding a Japan Fun Day to help the people of Japan worst affected by the recent earthquake and tsunami.
One of our own members of staff is originally from the North East coast of Japan and her family and friends have lost their homes, businesses as well as two members of the family.
We can’t bring their homes, friends, relatives or memories like photographs back but we want to show Japan we care by celebrating what Japanese culture has to offer whilst having fun and more importantly raising money to directly help the people worst affected.
The day will include; – Japanese barbecue – Martial arts displays – Japanese Taiko Drummers – Japanese food/sweets/arts/crafts stalls – Bonsai displays – Sumo wrestling – Geisha dressing – Japanese games – Live acoustic performances – Raffles
Plus much much more!
Entry fee: £1
Anybody who has any ideas for the day or is interested in being part of the day either by having a stall contributing to the content of the day or as a helper please email email@example.com
JAPAN NEEDS OUR HELP!
So please come down, show your support and have fun with all that Japanese culture has to offer!
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