Delicious traditional foods of chicken teriyaki, sushi, somen, gyoza as well as our popular chow mein, asian chicken salads, tamales, shave ice and delicious desserts. Farmers Market of fresh produce and fun games for kids of all ages.
Exhibits of bonsai, ceramics, kimekomi dolls and more. Some asian inspired crafts will be available for sale. Martial arts demonstrations and traditional Japanese dance and taiko performances throughout the day.
The Obon dance will begin at 7:00 pm and everyone is invited to join in for the fun!
Schedule – Bon Odori Dance
6:30 pm: Manto-e (remembrance lantern) service
7:00 pm – Ondo Dance
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