JAPANESE culture will be at the heart of a pop up cafe event in Bibra Lake on Sunday, August 21.
The Hinata Cafe, to be held at Perth Waldorf School, will feature Japanese musicians, food, activities and 15 different handmade art and craft stalls.
Event co-ordinator Tomoe Echoe said the idea was to create a space where people could show off their work.
“The idea behind the Hinata Cafe is that together we can support each other to overcome our reticence and create something really worthwhile for the community,” she said.
“The idea began from a Japanese foundation but the Hinata is not just for Japanese people.
“We are keen for all creative people to join us whatever their background or age.
“We want to encourage people to come out of hiding and show the world their talents.”
The Hinata Cafe will be open Sunday between 10am and 4pm.
Perth Walforf School is on 14 Gwilliam Drive in Bibra Lake.
For information visit the Hinata Cafe Facebook page.