Last december, Japan National Tourism Organization (JNTO) organized a 'Welcome Japan Fair' jointly with ' Iwate Food Fair' at Aeon Bandar Utama.
去年的十二月，日本国家旅游局 （JNTO） 在万达镇的Aeon 联同“岩手县食品博览会” 举办 了 “欢迎来日本展销会”。
There were various of exciting activities and events specially lined up such as Japanese Drum Performance by Wakaido Syo, Japanese Yosokoi Soran Dance, Ninja Performance, Japanese cooking demonstration of 'Mochi', 'Kids Bento', 'Osechi', origamo workshop and kimono dress up experience and more.
当局精心安排了各式个样的精彩活动如Wakaido Syo的日本鼓表演，日本的Yosokoi Soran舞蹈，忍者表演，日本年糕的烹饪示范，小孩便当，Osechi, 折纸工作坊以及和服试穿等等。
The activities varied from day 1 to day 7. On media launching day, there was a origami workshop booth.
I learnt to make the paper blouse at the origami booth. The staffs told us that the youngsters makes the paper blouse to their parents for thanksgiving.
The 'Iwate Food Fair' introduced a diverse range of fresh and delectable food made in the Iwate prefecture, in hopes to drive more awareness for the Malaysian customers to get acquainted with Iwate products. Iwate prefecture, the second largest prefecture in Japan after Hokkaido, is located on the north-east of Japan's main island of Honshu. It is renowned for its high quality soil and favourable weather conditions that are suitable for agriculture, fishery and forestry.
That was the end of the event. Nothing much interesting. During the event, everyone was required to write their wishes on the origami given and then hung at the plum flower branches there. My wish is simple, hope everyone I know stay in good health. Yeah, I think health is far more important than everything else.