It snowed so heavily (the heaviest in the past 47 years in Tokyo area!?) the day before, and we still had problem with the means of transportation, especially in the morning. To our regret, many of the groups who were planning to attend this festival canceled and there were only three food booths including us.
There were not so many visitors in the morning, but around noon, more and more people came and we almost sold out our foods. In total, we sold 90 items (gulab jamun, date cake, kinako macaron, decorated cookies, Indian accessories, some other souvenirs from Europe, and hand-made items).
There were many visitors with young children and we were happy to have chance to talk with them (to introduce our activities).
And personally, we enjoyed Russian and Brazilian foods!! Yum yum.
Again, we would like to show our gratitude to those who supported us:
The staff from Kokusai Koryu Jyuku Kanagawa, the staff from Kaminoki chiku center, the customers, and our dear members.
The next festival is on 15th February at Isogo Kokaido Hall. Don't miss it!