It’s April 20, 2019 and Sakura Con is back in Seattle, WA and everyone is showing off their admiration for the Japanese Art. It’s a tradition in Seattle to show appreciation for the contribution that the Japanese brought to the United States many years ago and shared with anyone that had a moment. I have liked Sakura Con for several decades. I think it’s one of the coolest ways to learn about life. Sakura Con celebrates life by recreating very life like scenes in Comic form and often brings it to life through animation and the techniques of the film maker and then most certainly goes a step further by adding to the technology that the computer offers the soloist in refining their skills in graphic arts. Sakura Con has been a place where young people prepare for the future and learn to have a little fun respectfully for many generations.