Early May 2023
We are unable to confirm details for this event. The scheduling is estimated and subject to change.

The hawarinbayaru, which means “Spring Festival” in Mongolian, is held annually in May to celebrate Mongolian culture, art, and more generally strengthen cultural understanding between Japan and Mongolia. Organised by the community of Mongolian students studying in Japan, the event features traditional performances on the main stage, children’s games, and stalls selling authentic cuisine.

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