Fubuki, Ichiyo, Haru & Harumi, Yoshino and Sakurako – tokidoki’s five magical Unicornos – join the ever-popular characters SANDy and Donutella in making their debut at this year’s Sakura floral display.
Spot the colourful tokidoki characters in a landscape featuring torii gates, hanami settings, Japanese floral art by Ikebana International Singapore, and a display of Japanese carp streamers known as koinobori on loan from the Japanese Association, Singapore.
Take in the ephemeral beauty of cherry blossoms as you explore a magical giant box with marumado, or traditional round Japanese windows with a view.
Date: 4 March to 3 April 2022
Time: 9am – 9pm
Admission: Admission Charges to Flower Dome applies.
Date: 5 to 11 March 2022
Details: Gardens by the Bay is extending complimentary entry to Flower Dome to lower income Singaporeans during opening week of this year’s Sakura floral display. Each individual will need to present their orange or blue CHAS card at the Friends of the Garden centre to redeem for one Flower Dome ticket, subject to availability of time slots. Visit here for more details.
SAKURA: CULTURAL PROGRAMMES
Experience the intricacies of Japanese culture through a variety of programmes complementing the Sakura floral display, including cultural performances and workshops organised in collaboration with the Japan Creative Centre, the cultural arm of the Embassy of Japan in Singapore
|Koto & Erhu Performance||5 March||2pm to 2.30pm and
3.30pm to 4pm
|Flower Field Hall*|
|Japanese Folk Dance||5 March||5pm to 5.20pm||Flower Field Hall*|
|Tea Ceremony Workshop||12 March||2pm to 2.40pm and
4pm to 4.40pm
*Does not include admission into Flower Dome
- Does not include admission into Flower Dome
- Visitors are required to pre-book their time slots and adhere to the safety measures on-site
- Visit here for details
Koto & Erhu Performance
Hear the unique duet of the Japanese koto and Chinese erhu in this collaborative performance by Koto Group and Niko Dokokai of The Japanese Association, Singapore.
Japanese Folk Dance
Dance along with Minyo Club of The Japanese Association, Singapore as they showcase folk dances from all over Japan, as well as the Bon Odori, which was composed in Singapore.
Tea Ceremony Workshop
In this introduction to the traditional Japanese tea ceremony, participants will be briefed on the various types of tea ceremonies and the expected flow of a typical event. They will be introduced to the etiquette of a guest, including practicing receiving, consuming and sharing the tea session with other participants.
At the end of the session, participants will make a delicious Usucha (a thin matcha preparation).
For more information, visit here.
It is the March holidays. We have compiled a list of March School Holidays 2022 Activities for Kids. Click on the image below to find out more.
For other upcoming events, visit Events in Singapore.
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