The summer days this year are going to be hell awesome as summer is all about going out and make the most of your time with family and friends. Montreal is too getting thrilled to welcome summer with open-heart.
The city is hosting a free massive Japanese Street Festival. So, get ready to blow up your mind.
Montreal is ready to let you experience Matsuri Japon’s 17th annual Street Festival.
This eye-catching festival is going to be witnessed at Japanese Canadian cultural center which will manifest Japanese traditions and community here in Montreal.
As stated by the Matsuri Japon’s facebook page, this year, this festival is featuring a variety of traits ranging from Japanese food and activities accompanied with desserts, drinks, rock music with cultural dance, kimono rentals, Japanese language workshop, and demonstration of martial arts.
This festival also gives prominence to Japanese food. You can have the best of Japanese foods all in one place. Takoyaki (octopus stuffed pancakes), Okonomiyaki (Japanese pancakes), Yakiniku (grilled beef), Yakisoba (sautéed noodles), Udon (cold noodles), Ikayaki (grilled squid), Yakitori (grilled meat skewers), J-dogs (Japanese hot dogs), and Onigiri (rice balls).
You will never regret this tour. Their highly trained and expert guides will demonstrate the martial arts and classical karate competition will also be held.
Not to worry if you are not interested in karate. This festival has another door for you. It also gives you an opportunity to learn, experience and witness Japanese art of Kyudo, the much-known Japanese archery.
Aren’t you eager to know about desserts, right? This festival brings up the most mouth-watering desserts which include Japanese shaved ice dessert (Kakigori). Furthermore, it brings popular drinks like Ramune, Calpico, Calpis Soda, Yuzu lemonade, and the most favorable Sapporo beer.
So, all the wayfarers get ready to march on the Japanese street festival and just so you know it is free of cost. However, the cost of food items and activities vary.
So, to all those people who desire and determined and also enthusiastic to witness martial arts and eager to dine upon Japanese mouth-watering food, Matsuri Japon is worth visiting for you.
When: August 11
Time: 11 am – 8 pm
Where: Japanese Canadian Cultural Centre of Montreal, 8155 rue Rousselot
Price: The festival is free to enter
Keep clicking MKTLIST.ca
Let’s celebrate Canada’s 151st freedom anniversary in a unique way this time by helping the underprivileged. Pour your heart out to show that Canadians are together, excluding creed, race, color, or religion. Join us to conduct a Marathon. Help us to achieve a Guinness World Record through National anthem. All with only one vision; to help out the underprivileged and to create an environment where they live just like us! Support our cause #ICARE and inspire others to do the same by sharing your ‘Generous Story’ with everyone.Visit our link for showing support to the cause: https://www.mktlist.ca/icare
Recently Added PropertiesView All