Hosted by the Texas Shinto Study Group
Saturday, April 21st, 2007 at 7:00 PM
Origami Japanese Restaurant in Round Rock, Texas
The Texas Shinto Study Group will be hosting a Kimono Dinner Party at Origami Japanese Restaurant on April 21st, 2007 at 7:00 PM. While there will be a short meeting about Shinto in Texas, this is primarily a social get together.
Here are a few more details:
As this is called a Kimono Dinner Party, please try to wear a kimono or similar traditional Japanese clothing. A keiko gi to with hakama is acceptable. Older period Japanese clothing is good. While not optimal, a hanbok is ok.
Please note that this is not a cosplay event. If you have a cosplay outfit that happens to be a kimono that is all right. However, the idea is to have a classy, semi-formal get-together in Japanese attire. I ask that you please respect what I and the other participants are wanting to do.
Please do not bring any weapons. Yes, katana and wakizashi are very Japanese, but bringing a weapon into a restaurant where alcohol is served can get you arrested.
If you absolutely do not have any traditional clothing but still really want to come, nice, casual clothing or asian styled clothing is ok. After all Origami Japanese Restaurant is open to the public.
If you have not been to Origami before, they have really great Japanese food and a great atmosphere. Some of the wait staff are Japanese so you can practice your Nihongo with them.
Origami Japanese Restaurant
Origami Japanese Cuisine and Sushi Bar
110 N IH-35, Suite 200B
Round Rock, Texas 78681
If you would like to attend or have any questions, please post here or e-mail myself at firstname.lastname@example.org. so I can give the restaurant and idea of how many people to expect.