UNIQLO Kanshasai is a festival hosted by Uniqlo to thank our customers.

The word is composed by two parts:
感謝 (Kansha) = Appreciation
祭(Sai)= Festival, and can be translated literally as Appreciation Festival.

During the Kanshasai Festival it is our tradition to offer to customers gifts, special offers and more.

Join us for the celebration of UNIQLO Kanshasai from June 10th until June 23rd..

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Honouring our Japanese roots and traditions, we have selected workshops and activities to celebrate UNIQLO Kanshasai with you.

These workshops and unique experiences are scheduled to take place at our London flagship store, 311 Oxford Street on 12th and 19th June.

Sat. 12th June

Matcha experience

Learn how to make a bowl of matcha tea by yourself. The process of whisking matcha is a precious moment giving oneself the act of mindfulness.
Enjoy a bowl of tea along with a wagashi sweet.

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Sat. 19th June

Origami experience

Learn how to create classic origami paper art. Paper folding has been shown to aid relaxation, concentration, hand eye co-ordination and memory.

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Sat. 19th June

Calligraphy Experience

The art of Japanese calligraphy is known as shodo, which literally translates to “the way of writing.” Experience writing your own Japanese calligraphy and meditate through the brush and stroke.

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Sat. 19th June

Sake Experience

Join the Sake experience and learn the history, culture, and basics of internationally loved Japan's beverage, Sake.
Taste and compare 3 different types of sake and discuss.

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Sat. 19th June

Matcha Experience

Learn how to make a bowl of matcha tea by yourself. The process of whisking matcha is a precious moment giving oneself the act of mindfulness.
Enjoy a bowl of tea along with a wagashi sweet.

Sign up

Sat. 12th June

Matcha Experience

Learn how to make a bowl of matcha tea by yourself. The process of whisking matcha is a precious moment giving oneself the act of mindfulness.
Enjoy a bowl of tea along with a wagashi sweet.

Sign up

Sat. 19th June

Origami Experience

Learn how to create classic origami paper art. Paper folding has been shown to aid relaxation, concentration, hand eye co-ordination and memory.

Sign up

Sat. 19th June

Calligraphy Experience

The art of Japanese calligraphy is known as shodo, which literally translates to “the way of writing.” Experience writing your own Japanese calligraphy and meditate through the brush and stroke.

Sign up

Sat. 19th June

Sake Experience

Join the Sake experience and learn the history, culture, and basics of internationally loved Japan's beverage, Sake.
Taste and compare 3 different types of sake and discuss.

Sign up

Sat. 19th June

Matcha Experience

Learn how to make a bowl of matcha tea by yourself. The process of whisking matcha is a precious moment giving oneself the act of mindfulness.
Enjoy a bowl of tea along with a wagashi sweet.

Sign up

Create your own origami crane

The traditional paper crane is probably the most famous of all origami models. Legend has it that completing 1000 will bring good luck.

Watch this video tutorial on how to fold your own origami crane:

Share your completed crane on Instagram with the hashtag #Kanshasai and tag @uniqlo_uk for the chance to win a UNIQLO summer essentials prize bundle worth £100.

Tate mordern exhibition tickets -
Yayoi kusama: infinity mirror rooms

Having supported Tate since 2016, at UNIQLO we are pleased to once again partner with Tate, sharing the same sentiment of making Art Available for All.

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Yayoi Kusama Chandelier of Grief 2016/2018 Tate Presented by a private collector, New York 2019. Courtesy the artist, Ota Fine Arts and Victoria Miro. © YAYOI KUSAMA

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