Jac o' lyn Murphy: Otanjou-bi Omedetou Gozaimasu-Japanese Birthday Party

Monday, May 3, 2010

Otanjou-bi Omedetou Gozaimasu-Japanese Birthday Party

Jack's Japanese Dinner was so much fun.
A little touch of Japan in northern California with great friends!


The cupcakes...


Golden Buddhas as favors for the Boys...



Geisha dolls for the Girls...


Japanese Flags labeled all the Japanese food...


Japanese Sodas with a marble ...


Jack's infamous limeade with a Japanese "twist"...


Waters with a Koi Fish emblem...


One of the activities...
the chopstick challenge
the person that could get the most
out of the bowl in 30 seconds
with the chopsticks won a fabulous prize!



this box held the 1st clue in the Samurai Scavenger Hunt...


the last clue in the scavenger hunt lead
to a sampling of Japanese Sushi Erasers!


and of course the pinata,
this is before they beat the stuffing out of Godzilla
He tried to attack Tokyo after all,
and we had to defend Japan!

Happy Birthday Jack Murphy!

8 comments:

  1. Alexis~ Where do these amazing ideas keep coming from? LOVE IT ALL! I think the golden buddhas and geisha girls would even be fun for an adult party favor. Keep it coming! xo

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  2. You are so incredible!
    You need to make a book with all of these. You are serously talented.

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  3. This looks like a really fun party!

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  4. Amazing!!! The party favors are adorable and the cupcakes look yummy!! :)

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  5. What a great party idea!! I love the Buddhas and Geishas for favors! Toooo cute!

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  6. You always have such great details! What a unique party!

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  7. This is so cute! My son will totally want to do this at his party next year. He's a Japanese crazy fan. I can totally see watching an old Godzilla movie!

    Found you through CSI Project!

    Best,
    Krysten
    {http://clickableparty.blogspot.com}

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