Brasil, Brazilian Day

Ver as imagens do nosso Brasil, nos traz os mais variados sentimentos, mas para quem está longe,  a saudade bate forte.

Para matar um pouquinho a saudade, que tal dar um pulinho no Brazilian Day no Yoyogi Park, em Tóquio?

Nos dias 3 e 4 de setembro  a partir das 11:00 hs até as 19:00.  No dia 3 com a presença da Banda Blitz e da apresentadora Ana Maria Braga.

Haverá também apresentação de capoeira, shows da Banda Via Brasil, Barravento e dos integrantes do Carnaval de Asakusa.

Reencontre amigos, faça novos amigos, tome um suquinho, uma loura geladinha, saboreie algum salgadinho, um churrasco, muqueca ou  uma feijoada. Até o nosso conhecido “orelhão” também estará no evento, marcando presença.

Festeje, comemore, aproveite o dia. Cante. E se ainda sentir a saudedezinha batendo,  ligue para o Brasil. Fale com quem te traz saudades.

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Vietnam Festival 2010

Celebrating the 1000th anniversary of the city of Hanoi – and with the aim of fostering friendship between Vietnam and Japan – this event showcasing Vietnamese cuisine, culture and music is the biggest of its kind in Japan.  The festival will feature 60 booths,amongst them, some will be selling Vietnamese food, drink and sundries, while others will be run by government organizations, NGOs, NPOs, and other organisations which deal with Vietnam.
Dates:  September 18th (Sat) and 19th (Sun), 2010
Time:  10:00 am ~ 8:00 pm (both days)
Venue:  Yoyogi Park (Main Stage)
Fee:  Free admission
URL:  http://www.vietnamfes.jp/

Super Yosakoi Festival 2010 – Aug. 28 & 29

Yosakoi is a unique style of dance that originated in Japan. Yosakoi festival started in the city of Kochi in 1954, as a modern rendition of Awa Odori, a traditional summer dance.
This highly energetic, combining traditional Japanese dance movements with modern music, Yosakoi-style dancing, has spread throughout much of Japan. The choreographed dances are often performed by large teams.
The Super Yosakoi Festival in Tokyo is celebrating its 10th anniversary this year and is going to be held in Harajuku district, the center of young people’s Fashion and Culture in Japan.
Date:  August 28th (Sat) & 29th (Sun)
Time:  11:00 ~ 20:00 (according to each stage)
The event will be held in 8 different stages
Venues: Harajuku-Omotesando/Meiji-jingu/Yoyogi Park/Keyaki Namiki Avenue (in front of NHK)
Omotesando Avenue:
Aug. 29 (Sun) -> 12:15 ~ 16:45
Harajuku Stage:
Aug. 28 (Sat) -> 12:30 ~ 17:30
Aug. 29 (Sun) -> 11:00 ~ 17:30
Bunkakan Stage:
Aug. 28 (Sat) -> 12:00 ~ 17:30
Aug. 29 (Sun) -> 11:00 ~ 17:00
Jiman-Ichi Stage (Yoyogi Park Event Plaza):
Aug. 28 (Sat) -> 12:00 ~ 20:00
Aug. 29 (Sun) -> 11:00 ~ 17:00
NHK Street:
Aug. 28 (Sat) -> 12:00 ~ 19:15
Aug. 29 (Sun) -> 11:00 ~ 17:00
Yoyogi Taikukan Hiroba Stage:
Aug. 28 (Sat) -> 11:00 ~ 20:00
Aug. 29 (Sun) -> 11:00 ~ 17:00
Volkswagen Natsu Matsuri (Summer Festival):
Aug. 28 (Sat) -> 10:00 ~ 17:30
Aug. 29 (Sun) -> 10:00 ~ 17:30
Jiman-Ichi:
Aug. 28 (Sat) -> 11:00 ~ 20:00
Aug. 29 (Sun) -> 11:00 ~ 17:30
Participation: 100 teams (estimation)
Audience:  Approx. 75,000 people

Brazilian Day in Tokyo 2010 – Sept. 4 & 5

The 5th Brazilian Day in Tokyo will be held on September 4th and 5th, 2010.
The event is already part of Tokyo’s official Calendar and the Yoyogi Park every year become a stage for a massive Brazilian party to commemorate the Independence of Brazil (September 7th).
Come and enjoy the biggest Brazilian festival in Japan.  Brazilian typical dishes, clothes, shoes, CDs, accessories and many other items. More than 40 Stalls will be selling traditional Brazilian products and Services.
Bring your family and friends to enjoy samba, MPB and Brazilian pop-rock live stage performances.
Main stage attractions of this year:
KID ABELHA band on September 4th (special attraction from Brazil)
KAZUFUMI MIYAZAWA on September 5th
Date:  September 4th (Sat) and 5th (Sun), 2010
Time:  11:00am ~ 7:00pm
Venue: Yoyogi Park Event Plaza, Tokyo
Access: JR line, Harajuku stn
Chiyoda line, Yoyogi stn
Odakyu line, Yoyogi Hachiman stn
Organizer:  The Chamber of Commerce Brazil in Tokyo (CCBJ)
Cooperation: Brazilian Embassy in Tokyo

A Câmara de Comércio Brasileira no Japão (CCBJ) realizará o V Festival Brasil, também denominado Brazilian Day Japan, nos dias 4 e 5 de setembro.
O evento já faz parte do calendário de Tokyo para comemorar a Semana da Independência do Brasil (dia 7 de setembro) e transformar a capital japonesa em uma festa brasileira.
Mais de 40 barracas estarão comercializando comidas típicas brasileiras, roupas, sapatos, CDs, acessórios e muitos outros produtos. Traga a família e amigos e se divirta ao som de muito samba, MPB e pop-rock brasileiro!!
Principais atrações musicais deste ano:
KID ABELHA no dia 4 de setembro (atração especial do Brasil)
KAZUFUMI MIYAZAWA no dia 5 de setembro
Data:  4 (sábado) e 5 (domingo) de setembro
Horário: das 11:00 às 19:00 hs
Local: Espaço de Eventos do Parque Yoyogi, Tóquio
Acesso ao local:  Estação Harajuku (linha JR)
Estação Yoyogi Koen (linha Chiyoda)
Estação Yoyogi Hachiman (linha Odakyu)
Organizacão:  Câmara de Comércio Brasileira no Japão (CCBJ)
Colaboração: Embaixada do Brasil em Tóquio

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