2021 / Weekly Cultural News / Nov. 22-28 / Oshogatsu (New Year’s Day) in Little Tokyo and New Year’s Eve’s Anime Screening

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Contents of Weekly Cultural News, Nov. 22-28, 2021

P01: Ikenono Ikebana Society of Los Angeles holds annual ikebana exhibition at Japanese Cultural & Community Center.

P01: Aurora Foundation will feature New York-based Jazz pianist Tadataka Unno who recovered from street attack in fundraiser concert on Saturday, Dec. 4 at 2:30pm at Aratani Theatre in Los Angeles.

P02: In-person New Year’s celebration will return to Little Tokyo on Jan. 1, 2022, in Little Tokyo. The event venue will move to Japanese Cultural & Community Center’s plaza from Weller Court on Onizuka Street.

P03: New Year’s eve event in Little Tokyo will include popular Japanese anime screenings: Weathering with You; Demon Slayer – Kimetsu no Yaiba – The Movie: Mugen Train.

P04: Cultural News’ free webinar on Dec. 3 at 7:00pm, PT, will focus on modern history of Hiroshima. How 10,000 Hiroshima victims were transported to shelters in atomic bombing 1945? – Modern History of Hiroshima: Ujina Port, Ninoshima Island, and Army’s Akatsuki Division.

P05: Ohayashi Juku by Mariko Watabe / Japanese Pecussion Lesson #75: Narimono for Yamatogaku song “Kashiku Dojoji, Part 2.”

AD: Okinawa Tour in Oct-Nov 2022 for 7th Worldwide Uchinanchu Festival by Uyehara Travel.