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ST. CLOUD — St. Cloud has shown a strong interest in Japanese culture.

Drums, dancing, singing, and raffles will be featured at the Japan 2017 “Night Parade of 100 Demons” at St. Cloud State University.

The JP Network is a student organization that teaches people about Japanese and American cultures.

The theme shows the different demons in Japanese folklore. Participants will be served rice and teriyaki chicken, tonjiru, and vegetarian Japanese curry and dango.

The event will be Saturday at 6:00 p.m. in Atwood. Admission is $6 for students and faculty, and $8 for everyone else.

Story written by WJON Intern Jacob Lundy

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