Bon Odori Festival Selangor 2016 【日本盆舞会】will be organized at Panasonic Stadium Shah Alam Shah Alam, Malaysia on 23rd July 2016 (Saturday).
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Gates Open 4:30pm
Opening - Drum Performance 7pm
Bon Odori Dance Part 1 7.15pm
Dance By Guest Performers 7.45pm
Bon Odori Dance Part 2 8pm
"Wadaiko" Guest Performance 8.30pm
Bon Odori Dance Part 3 9pm
Closing Address 9.30pm
第40届日本盆舞会(40th Bon Odori Festival)确定于23/7/2016（星期六）假莎亚南Panasonic体育馆举行。
(旧称Matsushita Stadium, 现称Kompleks Sukan Negara)。
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Each year, are held at the National Stadium in Shah Alam, as an event of Kusama exchanges, crowded with more than 30,000 visitors. As Japanese culture introduction, please go out and invite your friends of the local.
Bon Odori Festival is held annually at Kompleks Sukan Negara Shah Alam. The Bon Odori celebration in Malaysia is an effort to promote and strengthen cultural ties between Malaysia and Japan. It is estimated that every year more than 30,000 people participated in the celebration. We welcome you to take this chance to join us and immerse yourself in the Japanese culture.
There are several traditional dances in Japan, but the one of the most famous and common dance is Bon dance, which is called "Bon Odori" in Japanese. People dance Bon Dance in the Bon Festival. The Bon Festival is held every summer, in every district in every city.
Bon means welcoming ancestors' souls and holding a memorial service for the souls. There is a Bon week in August every year, and Bon continues for about a week. During Bon, sometimes all relatives of family gather and hold a memorial service for their ancestors, and enjoy being in a reminiscent mood. This traditional comes from Buddhism in China.
The Bon Festival is held during in Bon week, and people gathers at the near open-space or the parks, and dance with traditional Japanese music. The music should be happy music to welcome the ancestor's souls, and people have a duty to make a happy, mysterious, and welcoming mood. Moreover, the Bon Dance should be held in the night because Japanese people believe that ancestors' souls come back in the night.
The technology in Japan has developed in a hundred years, but Japanese people have never forgotten the traditional heart, and taking place Bon Festival and Bon Dance every summer. Japanese people will continue to venerate this traditional, and to respect the soul of their.