TV Guide logos were adjacent to Japanese characters.
Photo: Nadine Froger Photography
Shoji screens parted on the stage to reveal the Bravery.
Japanese-influenced projections decorated the back wall of the Kress.
A giant pagoda-like structure sat at the foot of the tent.
Women dressed as geishas entertained guests.
Event Eleven's Tony Schubert imported 1,000 paper cranes from Thailand.
Lanterns and cherry blossom trees decorated seating areas.
Schubert used about 150,000 yards of silk to drape the tent.
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