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The Sixth Japan-US NDT Symposium
Emerging NDE Capabilities for a Safer World
July 8-12, 2018
Hawaii Convention Center, Oahu, Hawaii, USA

Activities ( Social Events )

Experience Japanese Culture?

During the Symposium, why don't you come and take a little breather with our activity plans for the Japanese culture?

We welcome you with some programs for you and your family.

Your companions, especially children are VERY Welcome!
Please feel free to drop in, it's all free!!

The following is the plan ideas.

⇒  Companions can be registered through attendant.
Advance booking assure you Free Lunch and a small present for kids!

Origami - Paper-Folding Art

With just a sheet of paper, fold and fold, you can make various figures such as birds, animals and many other things without using scissors or paste.
Since it only takes a sheet of paper, you can enjoy origami anywhere.
This is popular pastime especially among children.

Fiesta de la cultura japonesa

Fiesta de la cultura japonesa/ Francisco Javier Argel

Furoshiki - wrapping cloth

Furoshiki is a scarf-like square cloth with many kinds of designs used for wrapping and carrying things.
It can be used to wrap several small goods together or wrap one bulky item, like a wine bottle.
It can also be folded up and easily carried when not in use, and can just be washed like other cloths when they get dirty.
Please come and enjoy wrapping!


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  image002 / Seinen Bunkyo 
Japanese Toys

We have prepared some kinds of Japanese traditional toys.
Let us give you some examples.
Kendama, Koma - spinning top - , and Taketombo - a simple helicopter-like bamboo toy -, You might know.

 

Fukuwarai is a game similar to "pin the tail on the donkey". The Player wears a blindfold and then place paper cutouts in the shape of the eyes, nose, and mouth on face. It is so funny when someone make a strange face.

 

Darumaotoshi is the one you play with a daruma dool which has a head and some discs. You hit carefully only a disc one by one, or all the daruma will fall down!

It will be good refreshing for you.

Sado - Japanese Tea Ceremony

Japanese tea ceremony is a formal occasion where "matcha (green tea)" tea is prepared and served to guests in a fixed and traditional way.
But this time, the main idea is to enjoy tea and sweets with nice conversation.

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