Osechi Ryori New Year's Celebration Fundraiser for SF Japantown Foundation
Thursday, January 17, 2013 from 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM (PST)
San Francisco, CA
San Francisco, California
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Honorary Co-Chairs, the Honorable Edwin Lee, Mayor of San Francisco, and the Honorable Hiroshi Inomata, Consul-General of Japan in San Francisco, cordially invite you to a special New Year’s celebration fundraiser featuring osechi ryori, the traditional Japanese New Year’s cuisine with sake tasting provided by True Sake. Food provided by Sushi Ran, Sanraku, Delica and others. Performances include Shishimai by SF Taiko Dojo and Mochitsuki by Kagami Kai.
Event sponsors include Minami Tamaki LLP, Union Bank, Morgan Lewis and Joan Haratani, Mary Ishisaki, Ninomiya-Koda Foundation, along with the Japanese Chamber of Commerce of Northern California, Kintetsu Enterprises Co. of America, Hatsuro and Amey Aizawa, Kimochi, Inc., Paul Dion and Ann Tamaki, Nihonmachi Little Friends, and Kiroku Kato.
Osechi Ryori New Year’s Celebration Fundraiser
for the San Francisco Japantown Foundation
Thursday, January 17, 2013
6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
West Bay Conference Center
1290 Fillmore Street, San Francisco
Presented by the San Francisco Japantown Foundation Board of Directors: Donald K. Tamaki (President), Hats Aizawa, Bob Hamaguchi, Richard Hashimoto, Mary Ishisaki, Keith Kamisugi, Diane Matsuda, Sandy Mori, Jon Osaki, Allen Okamoto, Jerry Ono and June-Ko Nakagawa.
The San Francisco Japantown Foundation’s mission is to support cultural, community and educational activities for San Francisco Japantown. We are dedicated to preserving and honoring Japantown’s history, to welcoming and serving its residents, visitors, businesses, congregations and community organizations, and to supporting the growth and development of the community’s Japanese cultural theme.
Updated Jan. 17, 2013