Organizing Committee of Inter-Noise 2023 is planning Congress Banquet in the Makuhari Messe after the technical sessions on August 22, 2023.
The participants of the banquet will be able to enjoy the atmosphere of traditional Japanese Summer Festival with the street foods and festival dance etc.
Japanese fan (Uchiwa) and Wind bell (Furin) will be used for making the banquet more attractive. These are deliverables of the accompanying persons’ program.
The fare of the banquet is 4,500 JPY per one participant and the payment will start from March 24, 2023, on the Confit. We are looking forward to your participation and to experiencing Japanese tradition and culture.
Note: There is a limit to the number of participants to the congress banquet.
Bon Odori (Bon Festival Dance)
Accompanying Persons’ Program
Organizing Committee of Inter-Noise 2023 is planning following three programs for registered Accompanying Persons during the congress.
– Japanese fan making and calligraphy experience on August 21 (Mon.)
– Japanese wind-bell painting experience on August 22 (Tue.)
– Japanese Tea Ceremony experience on August 23 (Wed.)
Additional payment is not needed, because the fee for participation is included in the registration fee for Accompanying Persons. Note that there is a limit to the number of participants to the program. We recommend you early reservation at the registration desk in Makuhari Messe.
August 21 (Monday)
Japanese fan making and calligraphy experience
“Shodou” is a figurative art that attempts to express spiritual depth and beauty through writing Japanese kanji and kana characters with a brush and ink. In this cultural experience program, you will learn how to write calligraphy on an Uchiwa, Japanese paper fan. Uchiwa is often used for ‘Bon Odori’ or Bon festival dance, the Japanese traditional folk dance performed in the evenings during the midst summer as ‘Bon’ season. Please create your original Uchiwa and enjoy Bon Odori held in the banquet!
August 22 (Tuesday)
Japanese wind-bell painting experience
Furin (wind-bell) is a traditional Japanese sound instrument. They produce a cool sound when the wind blows, and have become a summer tradition in Japan. The most common style is to hang them from the eaves of a house, but recently they have come to be enjoyed as interior tools.
Kaga Furin is a wind-bell offered at Fushin’an. It is characterized by the fact that the body made of glass is painted from the inside.
August 23 (Wednesday)
Japanese Tea Ceremony experience
“Experience the authentic tea ceremony in a quiet and serene atmosphere in Mihama Park (Japanese garden)”
The Japanese tea ceremony, also called the Way of Tea, is a Japanese cultural activity involving the ceremonial preparation and presentation of matcha, powdered green tea. In Japanese, it is called SADO.