Saturday, September 16, 2017
4:00 - 8:00pm
The Japanese Cultural and Community Center of Northern California presents TABEMASHO 2017
Celebrating the Taste of Osaka
Join us at Tabemasho 2017 as we celebrate the 60th anniversary of the San Francisco-Osaka Sister City relationship, the longest relationship that exists between the United States and Japan. We will be welcoming three Master Chefs from Osaka, known as the Kitchen of Japan!
Osaka Master Chefs will serve okonomiyaki, kushiyaki, and oshizushi, along with popular Bay Area restaurants and businesses, such as Bashamichi, Benihana, Cafe Mums, Delica, JapaCurry, Kirimachi Ramen, La Mar, Noodle in a Haystack and Yamasho and will line the Center’s beautifully decorated gymnasium serving Hors d’oeuvres and sake tastings; community chefs, including our very own Kyle Tatsumoto, Stoney Wun, and Mark Gyotoku will also have their own booths serving delicious home-cooked treats and Nikkei comfort foods.
Registration and silent auction open at 3:00 p.m., food booths open at 4:00 p.m. and the program will start at 5:00 p.m.
The event will also present a live auction featuring a trip to Japan for four with airfare donated by JAL and five-night accommodations provided by KIE.
Supporting the event are Presenting Sponsors Japan Airlines, The Henri and Tomoye Takahashi Charitable Foundation, Kintetsu International and Union Bank; Benefactor Sponsor Morrison & Foerster, Wells Fargo; Patron Sponsors Japanese Chamber of Commerce of Northern California and Pacific Gas & Electric Company
Call (415) 567-5505 or email development for additional information on the event. The JCCCNC is located at 1840 Sutter Street, San Francisco, CA 94115.
Proceeds from the event will go towards the development of dynamic cultural, educational, social, and outreach programs that serve the 185,000 visitors the Center welcomes each year.
Sponsor benefit levels available here.
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Tabemasho raises critical funds for the JCCCNC’s programs and activities that serve thousands of ethnically diverse individuals every year, and sustain our organization for future generations.
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Outreach and publicity for this event will be to more than 35,000 San Francisco Bay Area Asian American households, another 5,000 throughout the United States, Northern California's largest Japanese American newspaper and local media groups with a combined circulation of more than 25,000.
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Tabemasho would not be possible without the collaboration of various organizations and 200+ volunteers who help to bring individuals and families together for a memorable night in the community.