Japanese Charity Bazaar Zug 2015


Mina-san konnichiwa! Hi everyone! (^^)/

As every year, there is one event that I never missed since 2010! And that’s the Japanese Charity Bazaar in Zug. It is actually always the same: Sushi, Onigiri, Hiro Takahashi’s buns and cakes, wagashi, takoyaki, books… however, it never gets bored, when you ask me. I love to buy Hiro Takahashi’s pastries and I love to check out the other Japanese stuff they sell. And the best thing is that the money, you spend on food or other things, will be donate to the Kaoma Cheshire Home in Zambia. Eating Melonpan for a good purpose? Yep, that’s possible at the Charity Bazaar in Zug (^^♪

My posts from the last bazaars are here:
 Charity Bazaar Zug 2014
 Charity Bazaar Zug 2013
 Charity Bazaar Zug 2012
 Charity Bazaar Zug 2011
 Charity Bazaar Zug 2010

Pfarreisaal St. Johannes
St. Johannesstr. 9
6300 Zug

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