Come join the Japanese Culture Center for the Halloween edition of our popular Fold and Sip event! At this special event, Yamamoto Sensei will teach a variety of Halloween themed origami while attendees enjoy drinks from a wonderful neighborhood liquor store. This event is free with a suggested donation of $15 per person and a one drink minimum.
Attendees are strongly encouraged to come dressed in your best Halloween costume! Space is extremely limited so reserve your spot ASAP.
The event will be hosted at Konbini & Kanpai located at 1433 W Belmont Ave on Thursday, October 27th at 6:00pm.
Ty Yamamoto is a Chicago-based filmmaker, photographer and Japanese teacher with a passion for the art of folding paper. Ever since childhood, Ty has loved folding all sorts of intricate paper creations. Over the past year, Ty has taught virtual origami lessons to people of all ages, bringing the traditional Japanese art form to households all over the world.
Konbini & Kanpai
Whether it’s an everyday family dinner, monumental milestone, or just making it to the end of a long day, tasty cold beers or sippable wines have been intertwined throughout our lives’ big and small celebrations. We remember the refreshing cider we had while apple picking in Michigan and discovering our love for Sauvignon Blanc wines during our three-week road trip around southern New Zealand. We wanted to combine these experiences with our love of the Japanese convenient store (aka Konbini) to create our friendly alchohol store in Lakeview — a neighborhood we call home. Come stop by, say hi, and explore our craft beers, wines, sakes, and non-alcoholic beverage offerings! Organized by flavor so your taste buds or our knowledgeable staff can easily guide you. Kanpai (cheers in Japanese)!