Japanese food and light festival to be held in Rotterdam

If you fancy sushi, lights and Japanese cherry blossoms, be sure to keep the weekend of May 30 free because you’re in for a treat! The Japanese Light Festival will take place in Rotterdam this year. 

Although the exact location isn’t known yet, what is known is that you’ll be able to experience a Japanese tea house, pop inside an arcade hall with Japanese games galore, and even try your hand at Japanese karaoke.

And of course, there will be sushi.

Lots of it (yesss!)

Where do I sign?!

Adding to the excitement, there will be a surprise location on water, details to be announced later. You can follow the official Facebook event for more information, and tickets can be purchased here.

You might want to be quick – over 46,000 people have already showed interest in the two-day event (and counting!)

Stay tuned, you won’t want to miss this one!

Will you be attending? Let us know in the comments!

Image: Japan Light Festival/Facebook

Vedika Luthrahttp://hotchocolatehits.com
Vedika was born in India, raised in Poland and moved to the Netherlands to study. Like her nationality, she’s confused about what she likes most, which is why her bachelor’s degree was in liberal arts and sciences. She enjoys writing about all things food-related but likes to mix it up every now and then.

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