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Looks like google had some fun with some of my pics from the Yonge Dundas Matsuri yesterday.
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Just another reminder that we will be at Yonge Dundas Square Matsuri on Sunday. While there we will also have some tickets for the EISA - Rhythm of Okinawa performance at the JCCC on august 15th. Please come see us at our booth in the center of the promotions area!

https://plus.google.com/events/cf4s7vff4vs6u680df4siklnp14

https://plus.google.com/events/cq0f1t0hmq1if4akkvnq0tc1b7k
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Yonge-Dundas Square on Sunday July 26th

Live music and dance performances ranging from the contemporary to the latest in Japanese modern, and a market featuring the best of Toronto’s Japanese cuisine.

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The Toronto Japanese Summer Festival is an exploration of Japanese and Japanese-Canadian community, and a celebration of Japan, its culture, art, cuisine and quality of life through its products and services.
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The Festival is open to the public and free for everyone. 

MATSURI is Cosplay and yukata friendly! 


**Official Stage Programming**
11:00 am MATSURI Official Opening with Isshin Daiko by Sapporo
11:45 am Special Presentation of Gifts, sponsored by Yamaha Music
12:15 pm LinQ Fukuoka-based Idol Group coming from Japan
1:00 pm Sakuramai - Yosakoi dance performance
1:30 pm Ontario Japanese Speech Contest
2:00 pm Mikoshi Parade by Consul-Gen of Japan
2:15 pm C. U. Dance Productions - Japanese Latin Fusion
2:30 pm X Limit Entertainment - Live Action Acrobatics and dance
3:00 pm Isshin Daiko - Japanese Drumming Group
3:45 pm Miss Asia Canada
4:35 pm Sakuramai - Yosakoi dance performance
5:15 pm 5YNCHRONIZ3 - Perfume J-Pop Cover Group
5:30 pm TEN TEN MATSURI BAND - Fusionized Japanese folk music
6:40 pm MATSURI Rock-Paper-Scissor Showdown by NAJC
7:10 pm Street Dancers of MATSURI - International dancers led by Samurai culture in Toronto
7:30 pm Kiri Koto Ensemble - Contemporary & traditional Japanese koto music
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If anyone is looking to see a 3d feature at Yonge Dundas Cineplex I suggest they go elsewhere or wait till they fix the 3d projection. Alignment is super off.
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🎶Concrete roads,
Every where I go,
Covering west Tokyo
Chopped down forests
Buried our valleys
My hometown's
Down concrete roads 🎶
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Killing fish sharpener....
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Looking for Japanese speaking males for possible for commercial.

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Just another reminder that we will be at Yonge Dundas Square Matsuri on Sunday. While there we will also have some tickets for the EISA - Rhythm of Okinawa performance at the JCCC on august 15th. Please come see us at our booth in the center of the promotions area!

https://plus.google.com/events/cf4s7vff4vs6u680df4siklnp14

https://plus.google.com/events/cq0f1t0hmq1if4akkvnq0tc1b7k
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Yonge-Dundas Square on Sunday July 26th

Live music and dance performances ranging from the contemporary to the latest in Japanese modern, and a market featuring the best of Toronto’s Japanese cuisine.

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
The Toronto Japanese Summer Festival is an exploration of Japanese and Japanese-Canadian community, and a celebration of Japan, its culture, art, cuisine and quality of life through its products and services.
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

The Festival is open to the public and free for everyone. 

MATSURI is Cosplay and yukata friendly! 


**Official Stage Programming**
11:00 am MATSURI Official Opening with Isshin Daiko by Sapporo
11:45 am Special Presentation of Gifts, sponsored by Yamaha Music
12:15 pm LinQ Fukuoka-based Idol Group coming from Japan
1:00 pm Sakuramai - Yosakoi dance performance
1:30 pm Ontario Japanese Speech Contest
2:00 pm Mikoshi Parade by Consul-Gen of Japan
2:15 pm C. U. Dance Productions - Japanese Latin Fusion
2:30 pm X Limit Entertainment - Live Action Acrobatics and dance
3:00 pm Isshin Daiko - Japanese Drumming Group
3:45 pm Miss Asia Canada
4:35 pm Sakuramai - Yosakoi dance performance
5:15 pm 5YNCHRONIZ3 - Perfume J-Pop Cover Group
5:30 pm TEN TEN MATSURI BAND - Fusionized Japanese folk music
6:40 pm MATSURI Rock-Paper-Scissor Showdown by NAJC
7:10 pm Street Dancers of MATSURI - International dancers led by Samurai culture in Toronto
7:30 pm Kiri Koto Ensemble - Contemporary & traditional Japanese koto music
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Interestingly, if I do a voice search on Google Now for << Lucius Modestus >> it insists on searching in romaji instead of english.

Apparently I might also be interested in ハドリアヌス and カイオニウス in addition to ルシウスモデストス。

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Finding myself inside a Canadian Target store. It seems FEMA is in charge of winding down operations....
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DAIO is probably one of Toronto's best kept secrets when it comes to Japanese dining. One of the few Japanese restauarants in Toronto that is family owned, the Japanese heritage is hard to miss. Service is in traditional fare with a quiet atmosphere accentuated by traditional shamisen and koto music in the background. The relaxing environment is a sharp contrast to the hustle and bustle of the outside street. Food is traditional fare ranging from rustic to fancy, and many of the dishes would find themselves equally at home on any Japanese dinner table. The location borders on the local polytechnic, but due to the focus of quality over quantity you won't find it teeming with loud student life. Instead, you have meals that are slightly more expensive than average, with traditionally sized servings, using top quality ingredients. That said, for the class of food, DAIO is likely one of the most affordable Japanese restaurants in Toronto. A word of warning: if you are looking for a heavily Americanized or Koreanized fusion-type dining experience found in most Japanese restaurants in North America and the gakokujin centers of Japan, you may wish to think twice. You shan't find any of the garish treatments or "texan" sized portions here. However, if you are ready to experience simple, elegant, and traditional Japanese dining in a relaxing atmosphere, I can't think of a better place in the GTA than DAIO.
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No longer here and was never publicly accessible.
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If you are looking to stock your Japanese pantry and can't find something in on of the asian stores, this is one of your best bets in town. From sukiyaki pots to earthenware; traditional Japanese groceries to innovations by local Nikkei; any well stocked pantry would do well to use Sanko as one of its suppliers.
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