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Amazing food, captivating music & cultural displays
Roma Street Parklands hosts Kisaragi-Sai on 28 February 2016, celebrating the many facets of Japanese culture.
Extremely popular last year, Kisaragi-Sai features delicious food stalls hosted by Brisbane's top Japanese restaurants, market stalls, Japanese music and dance performances (both traditional and modern), Taiko drumming, cultural demonstrations, artwork and market stalls.
The event is being held from 12pm to 6pm on 28 February 2016 at the Roma Street Parklands. Come along and partake in a tasty Japanese lunch in the park while enjoying the wonderful music and other cultural delights on offer.
The Roma Street Parklands are in themselves an amazing place to visit with enjoyable pathways and walks throughout the beautiful gardens. They are a stone's throw from the Brisbane CBD and yet another world away.
Paid parking is available under the Parklands or catch the train. The Parklands are disabled friendly with toilet facilities on site.