Bunkasai: Japanese Culture Festival

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Snow College students in the Japan Club show off their fun, artistic flair at Bunkasai. Photo by Jazmen Tuchawena

Snow College students in the Japan Club show off their fun, artistic flair at Bunkasai.
Photo by Jazmen Tuchawena

With spring semester coming to an end, students are putting their finishing touches on their final projects. Japan Club and Japanese Language class have been preparing projects to display at Snow College’s fourth annual Bunkasai, sponsored by the Japan Club, presenting many different aspects of Japanese culture. This year’s Bunkasai will be in the GCS Commons April 7 and 8 from 11:00 a.m. to 3:00p.m. There will be display boards and Power Point presentations on Japanese Culture, from history to food to pop culture. Students and club members have been working on their presentations all semester and their dedication promises an exciting and interesting event. In addition to the Bunkasai activities, there will also be an Anime Festival and a Cosplay Contest. The school year is coming to an end. You won’t want to miss the unique activities Snow College has to offer.

Kenzie Alexander is a freshman at Snow College. She has lived in Bonney Lake, Washington and graduated from Bonney Lake High in 2013. She is at Snow College majoring in English, when she isn't working one of her three jobs she likes to sleep or play her X-Box. After here Kenzie wants to transfer to University of Washington. Then continue in a career of being a Sci-Fi author someday.

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