The Nippon Club of the Triangle hosts annual events and supports several groups to foster deeper cultural understandings between Japanese and Americans. Membership in the club is free and most of our events are also open to non-members. Completing a membership form will give you access to our mailing list which offers news about the club's events and other Japanese cultural events in the Triangle area.
Our affiliated clubs currently include Triangle Taiko (Japanese drumming), Triangle Chanoyu (traditional tea ceremony), Mochitsuki Club (mochi pounding), and Bon Odori Club (Japanese folk dance).
Upcoming Club Events
April 30: Kodomo no hi (Children's Day)
'Kodomo no Hi' is a national holiday in Japan to celebrate the healthy growth and happiness of children. We are planning fun activities such as Mochitsuki and tasting mochi with different toppings, flying Japanese Kites, making Origami Kabuto (Samurai helmet), Taiko performance, and Taiko workshop for children.
Please register by on-line form
by Sunday, April 24
Date: Saturday, April 30, rain or shine |
Time: 1pm - 4:30pm
Location: NCSU Japan Center
(705 Barbour Drive, Raleigh, NC)
Admission: Free and open to the general public
Suggested donation: $3/adult at the door
August 6: Natsu Matsuri (Summer Festival)
October 14-16: International Festival of Raleigh
December 17: End of Year Mochitsuki (Mochi pounding)
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2015 Financial Report
The 2015 financial report has been added to the Club Reports page.
Monthly Directors Meeting (the first Wednesday)
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