Thank you for coming to Japan Festival CANADA 2017



with Japan Festival CANADA to re-discover the friendship
and bonding between Canada and Japan.


Japan Festival Mississauga will return with the larger and more enhanced version renamed as “Japan Festival CANADA” in 2017!


Canada’s Biggest Japanese Festival will be held in August 2017. Japan Festival Mississauga is coming back as “Japan Festival CANADA 2017” to celebrate the 150th anniversary of Confederation.

August 26th & 27th 2017
26th: 12:00PM-11:00PM
27th: 11:00AM-07:00PM
Mississauga Celebration Square
FREE admission
Pet-friendly event

Japan Festival CANADA 2017 Photos

Our Respectable Sponsors in 2017

Japan Festival CANADA Dream Project

Special Guest sponsored by NTN Bearing Corporation

Takuma Sato
佐藤 琢磨

(IndyCar driver and founder of With you Japan charity program)

For the 2017 season, Sato move to the successful Andretti Autosport Team. It was with Andretti that Sato scored the biggest win of his career winning the 2017 Indianapolis 500 holding off 3 time winner Helio Castoneves. Sato has also claimed 2 pole positions and 4 top 5 finishes.

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Guests and Artists


Canadian brothers
Maynard and Blaise Plant of

Maynard and Blaise Plant are musical brothers from Ottawa who front the celebrated rock group MONKEY MAJIK, a four-piece hybrid rock band comprised of Maynard and Blaise (vocals and guitars) along with their Japanese bandmates, Tax (drums) and Dick (bass).

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(DJ / Vocaloid Producer)
Producer of MIKU EXPO 2016 NORTH AMERICA Theme song “Blue Star”

HACHIOJI P is coming from Tokyo to make his first appearance in Canada.

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The Jessica Stuart Few


Anime North

Turbo Street Funk

ten ten with Kiyo Asaoka


Kawaii Bass


Canada – Tokyo Talent Competition 2017 Winner

Canada – Tokyo Talent Competition 2017 Winner

Elisabeth Santos

(Singer / Music Composer)

Canadian-Portuguese born and bred, Elisabeth grew up exposed to culture with a taste of Portugal always in her Canadian home and community in Kingston. Who knew that once entering her Music studies at Queen’s University, her cultural appetite and interests at heart would shift Eastward to Japan. Her musical journey there is only just beginning.

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