Japanese Days – Grand Market Hall – Vámház Boulevard – Budapest

Three days of tourism in Japan at the Grand Market in Budapest.

The Japanese Day” is an annual family fun day!

A bridge between Hungary and Japan.

November, 6. – 8.

10 a.m. – 6 p.m.

This year the Japanese Days will be on for the 9th year at the Grand Market Hall – Budapest.

Of course, without the support of the Hungarian-Japanese Friendship Society and the support of the Capital and Market Directorate of the Capital City Municipality, we would not be able to organize such a true Japanese culture event.

There are many things to try/visit whilst visiting Budapest. The Grand Market Hall is just one of the spots not to be left out . There are hardly any tourist / tourist groups who have not visited this vibrant fantastic building during their stay in Budapest, but if so then right time to roll over to place.

A plane trip between the two countries not necessary to fly high on the long-haul flight …the locals and foreigners may visit “Little Japan”… gte a taste of the Japanese culture, receive information to attend to exciting tours that Japan has to offer on the spot.
Not to be confused, this is not a Japanese supermarket, but the exhibitors will welcome the visitors offering Japanese selection of cooking ingredients to purchase for locals and foreigners staying in Budapest to prepare Japanese foodies at their home. The sweet tooth’s individuals may as well grab and enjoy the varying sweets and snacks.

No entry ticket is needed to attend …  it is free of charge event  organized under the international cultural days at the Grand Market Hall.

Have a pleasant journey in Budapest visiting Japan … G’shopping.

Hopefully, nobody will be “Lost in Translation” … (remembering a superb movie from 2003, written and directed by Sofia Coppola. )

Update Aggie Reiter

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