If you want to engage in some retail therapy, pick up traditional Japanese knives, origami, handicrafts, anime art and more at the Habba. Those who love to cook, can buy authentic Japanese foods and ingredients such as miso, noodles and Japanese tea.
City-based restaurants like Matsuri, Harima and others, along with home chefs will put up stalls at the festival. Sensei Ohga will recreate the magic of a traditional
Japanese tea ceremony.
Visitors can try on the traditional cotton Yukata, and take pictures in the attire. Learn Japanese lettering and calligraphy and watch the sari and kimono fashion show as women and kids from Bengaluru take the ramp. A few Japanese artistes will also sing Kannada songs.