Mini Matsuri is driven to celebrate and connect the community to Japanese arts and culture in a safe manner
In response to BC’s Restart Plan, provincial health orders, restrictions, and guidelines, access will be limited based on capacity restrictions.
The venue capacity has been reduced to 50% capacity per public health guidelines. To control attendance, a maximum of 390 visitors will be admitted per hour. The recommended visit time is between 90 and 120 minutes.
The number of tickets are limited. We recommend you book your tickets in advance.
You have a one hour admission window. For example, if you book a 12:00-1:00 ticket, you will enter between 12:00 and 1:00pm, and can stay as long as you wish.
The recommended visit time is between 90 and 120 minutes.
We encourage you to present your ticket on a mobile device, but you can print it out too.
All proceeds support Nikkei National Museum & Cultural Centre. We humbly thank your contribution to honour, preserve, and share Japanese culture and Japanese Canadian history and heritage for a better Canada.
Please Note: This event is subject to cancellation depending on conditions in August. Details on our safety plan are available below.
Health & Safety Plans
We are committed to adhering to Provincial Health and WorkSafe requirements and guidelines. Here’s what we’re doing to ensure the health and safety of our guests, staff, and volunteers:
[Update – August 25, 2021] Masks are required in all public indoor settings for all people born in 2009 or earlier (12+).
Anyone who has symptoms of communicable disease (eg. fever or chills, coughing, diarrhea) should avoid being at the NNMCC when sick.
Hand-hygiene facilities are available onsite in washrooms and in rooms with sinks. Everyone should wash their hands regularly and cover coughs and sneezes.
A clean environment is maintained through NNMCC’s routine cleaning processes.
Building ventilation is maintained via quarterly maintenance by NNMCC’s HVAC contractor.
Employees are supported in receiving vaccinations for COVID-19 and other vaccine-preventable conditions. Everyone is encouraged to get vaccinated.
Physical distancing measures are no longer required.
Mask wearing guidance will continue to be provided by Public Health. Masks are recommended until you’re fully vaccinated 14 days after dose 2. Masks are optional for children aged 2 to 12. Children under 2 should not wear masks.
Additional measures will be implemented during periods of elevated risk, as advised by the medical health officer or provincial health officer.