Explore and experience the fascinating culture of Japanese life at this years Kisaragi Sai Festival on the celebration lawn at Brisbane's Roma Street Parklands.
This free and kid friendly event on 24 February 2018 will feature Japanese music and dance performances, martial arts, bonsai, ikebana, market stalls, artist demonstrations, exhibition and much more across two stages. Sample the exotic delights of Japanese food with a range of pop-up food stalls plus more, all in the one summer night-time festival.
The Kisaragi Sai Festival is now in its 4th year and part of the BrisAsia Festival. Kisaragi (如月 or 衣更着) is a traditional name for February in the Japanese calendar.
Roma Street Parkland is the perfect place to hold the event, ccovering 16 hectares in the centre of Brisbane. There are several options to access the parklands being adjacent to Brisbane Transit Centre and the Roma Street Station. There is pedestrian access to the Roma Street Parkland from the Roma Street Station, as well as from Albert Street, and from the section of the Parkland which used to be called Albert Park, in Wickham Terrace.
There is also a car park area, with road access from the intersection between Wickham Terrace, College Road and Gregory Terrace.
Roma Street Parkland is the world's largest subtropical garden in a city centre