Kawaii Gallery Banners Return to Japan Pavilion at EPCOT

Shannen Ace

Banners with Japanese text and cute illustrations hang beside a traditional building in the Japan Pavilion, featuring tiled roofs and stone walls under a clear sky.

Kawaii Gallery Banners Return to Japan Pavilion at EPCOT

The banners for the Bijutsu-kan Gallery featuring a “kawaii” exhibit have returned to the Japan Pavilion of EPCOT.

Japan Pavilion Banners

View of a Japan pavilion-style castle with blue rooftops, surrounded by modern facilities under a sunny sky in EPCOT. People and a stroller are visible in the foreground.

The banners have been missing for nearly two weeks, since at least April 19. Their six bamboo poles remained in flowerbeds to the side of the gallery building’s entrance.

A traditional Japanese pavilion with white walls and dark blue roof tiles, surrounded by greenery under a clear blue sky. People are walking near the entrance.

The six banners are back and appear unchanged. However, it’s possible they have been completely replaced but the new banners have the same designs.

Entrance of a Japanese-style building with banners and a traditional gate under a clear blue sky at the Japan pavilion.

The set on the right includes a blue banner reading, “Irasshai.” This is a welcoming greeting in Japanese.

Banners with Japanese text and cute illustrations hang beside a traditional building in the Japan Pavilion, featuring tiled roofs and stone walls under a clear sky.

A banner advertising the exhibit reads “Kawaii” in colorful bubble letters. A cutesy bowl of rice with wide eyes is pictured. “Japan’s Cute Culture” is at the bottom of the banner.

Banners with the word "konnichiwa" hung in a traditional Japan Pavilion setting, featuring manicured trees and a stone wall.

“Konnichiwa,” a common Japanese greeting, is on a banner on the left side. A white banner features the greeting in blue kanji.

Three vertical banners with "konnichiwa," Japanese characters, and "Japan's kawaii culture" against a blue sky and Japan pavilion background.

The “Kawaii” banner on this side features a green dinosaur.

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