As a means to promote Japanese art and culture to Malaysians, you can expect demonstrations and workshops amplifying Japan’s unique and attractive offerings throughout the campaign period. There will be an opulent 12-layer kimono display, a yukata photo session (free when you spend RM100 at Khabar Baik Japan or when you flash your Tourist Reward Card), a lucky draw and more.
There's also a Japanese green tea ceremony on Mar 4, 2pm where participants will get the chance to taste Nishio green tea at its finest. With purchase of RM100 at the Centre Court area or Nishio green tea, you'll receive free macha and sakura mochi. In addition, shoppers can look forward to a kimono and yukata fashion show from Mar 2-4, a j-pop performance by Aizdean and Huei Chan, a Japan travel fair on level 6 as well as Japanese paper theatre, ninja and Japanese drum performances.