On Tuesday, the Local Organizing Committee has planned an evening highlighting Japanese food and culture. In 2013, “Washokuk”, traditional Japanese cuisine, was designated an UNESCO Intangible Cultural Heritage. You can enjoy an evening of dining on authentic Japanese cuisine mixed with some western options while being entertained with Domannaka matsuri, a dance that reflects the local cultural heritage. This dance is a center piece of a large festival held mid-summer each year in Nagoya so this is a unique opportunity to see it. Purchase your tickets to this amazing evening of Japanese culture when you register for the Congress.
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