Japanese Culture in Saskatoon • 日本文化

Folk Fest (bi-annual)

Every second year, the Saskatoon Japanese Association participates in Folk Fest.

Japanese Church

Saskatoon Japanese Mission meets for a Christian church service on the third Sunday of each month (except during summer) at Grace-Westminister United Church from 2-4 pm.

Karaoke Culture

We usually meet at Rock Sugar on 8th Street for karaoke!

Rock Sugar

Rock Sugar is a private room karaoke restaurant located on 8th Street. Although not a Japanese establishment, there are almost 500 Japanese songs to choose from! 

Saskatoon Blitz

Annual comic and anime convention. Follow @SaskBlitz on Twitter.

Saskatoon Japanese Association

Every year, dedicated volunteers with Saskatoon Japanese Association provide community activities to celebrate Japanese culture.

Saskatoon Kendo Club

Join the Kendo Club in Saskatoon and take Kendo classes.

運動会 (Sports Day)

Join the Japanese community and the community of people interested in Japanese culture for an annual sports day.

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