JAPAN Fes Summer Matsuri

JAPAN Fes Summer Matsuri

Sunday, August 28 from 10:00 a.m. until 6:00 p.m.

East Village – 4th Avenue between 9th and 11th Streets

Admission: Free

The JAPAN Fes Annual Summer Matsuri returns to the East Village this Sunday! Wear your yukata and enjoy Japanese street food summer festival games. In addition to a yukata contest, there will be yo-yo fishing, bouncing ball scooping, and water shooting.

Plenty of Japanese and Asian street food will be available for purchase, and other vendors selling goods will be on hand as well.


Select Vendors

9Tail9 – Japanese- and anime-inspired clothing

Baby Cloud LLC – Japanese-themed baby clothing

The Boiis Co. – Mochi-based desserts

Catmint Wheel Cake – Imagawayaki (Taiwanese dessert influenced by Japan)

C Bao Dumpling – Pork and chicken dumplings

Collectible Goods – Vintage Japanese records and ephemera

Filro – Shaved ice desserts made with South Asian fruit

Go! Go! Curry! – Japanese katsu curry

Hikari wo Sagasu – Super-cute Japanese-themed accessories

Japanese Vintage Kimono and gift items

Japanklyn – Clothing inspired by the cultures of Japan and Brooklyn

Karls Balls – Takoyaki

Keyks – Homemade “artisanal Twinkies”

Mao’s Bao – Fluffy and juicy dumplings

Matcha n’ More – Matcha soft serve

Menya Jiro – Ramen

Mister Bocadillos – Churros with sweet, melted chocolate

Moshi – Yuzu drinks

New York Japanese-American Lions Club Charities, Inc. – T-shirts, stationery, vintage toys

Oconomi – Okonomiyaki

Oh Dango – Dango (mochi balls on a skewer)

Oh K-Dog – Korean hot dogs

Pfizer – Clinical Trial

RESOBOX – Yakisoba

Sam’s Fried Ice Cream – Combination of Japanese tempura and ice cream

Smoove Ice Cream – Ice cream-based Asian-fusion desserts

So Sarap – Meat skewers and tempura

Tojo’s Kitchen – Karaage

Tonkatsu Me – Breaded, deep-fried pork or chicken cutlet with teriyaki sauce

Twisted Potato – Flavored potato on a stick

wuhao newyork Tenugui Art – Japanese tenugui and furoshiki

Yakitori Tatsu – Yakitori meat and vegetable skewers

For more information and a full list of vendors, please visit the JAPANFes website and Facebook event page.

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