LA Bloom Festival Celebrates Seasons and Japanese Culture

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The LA Bloom Festival is celebrating the centennial year when cherry trees were gifted to the United States from Japan with community activities, performances and contemporary art.

The nine-day festival kicked off on April 27 in front of the Japanese American Cultural & Community Center.  JACCC Artistic Director, Hirokazu and Co-Curator, Calvin Abe transformed the stretch into one of the worlds largest Zen Gardens with over 5 million pebbles.  The eco-art-space resonates the theme of the whole festival: renewal and spring.

For information and the lineup of events at the LA Bloom Festival you can visit their website.

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Source: LAist

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