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OktoberPinkfest - 2013 "Last Supper - So Long to Cancer" Fundraiser Dinner

Kazusa Flanagan

Sunday, October 20, 2013 from 4:00 PM to 7:30 PM (HST)

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Sunday, October 20 (Bilingual English & Japanese Event)



Event:                         “Last Supper – So Long to Cancer” Fundraiser Dinner


                                    Hosted by Chef Yoshiko Hondo and Simonton Therapy Counselor Fumiyo Fujioka of Japan, this intimate dinner will feature a vegan dinner spread prepared by Chef Hondo.  Hondo is known in Japan for the healing power of her dishes.  Live entertainment by Jake Shimabukuro.  Seating is limited to 30 people.


Cost:                            $100 per person (B.Y.O.B.)(アルコール類飲み物はご持参ください)

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Location:                     Hale Pualani

                                     3643 Diamond Head Rd. Honolulu, HI

Time:                          4 p.m to 7:30pm

Others:                        Silent auction

Attire:                          Pink(ピンク・アタイア)


About Fumiyo Fujioka, Simonton Therapy Counselor


Fumiyo Fujioka is a pharmacist and a cancer treatment coordinator.   As a caregiver of many cancer patients, she has keenly felt the importance of mental care, which led her to become a licensed counselor of the Simonton Method for cancer patients.  Since 2008, Fujioka has offered psychotherapeutic counseling based on the Simonton Method at the Fujioka Clinic in Kumamoto, Japan. She is also a representative of Danshari Kumamoto, which has regular group-sharing meetings. In 2011, she established a company Te To Te To Te (“Hand to Hand to Hand”) in Kumamoto, which operates an organic soap studio, and organizes seminars and lectures on various holistic health topics.

 剤師、がん治療コーディネーターとして、多くのがん患者さんと接し、メンタルケアの大切さを痛感したことから、平成20  年にがんの心理療法サイモントン療法認定カウンセラーを取得。以来、熊本県の藤岡医院にてサイモントン療法による  カウンセリングを提供している。 熊本断捨離会代表として、定期的にシェア会を開催。 平成23年に㈱テトテトテを設立。  石けん工房の経営他、各種セミナー、講演会の企画運営を行っている


About Chef Yoshiko Hondo, “Healing Chef”


Chef Yoshiko Hondo started her career as a food coordinator when she was 23 years old.  Soon after, she moved to New York to study about foods from around the world.  While in New York, she also worked for "Nomura Executive Dining " as a sous chef and served meals to VIPs from all over the world.   After six years in New York, she moved to Los Angeles and studied Organic and Macrobiotic foods while doing catering work.   When she returned to Japan after 10 years in the U.S., Hondo started collaborating with a hospital and serving meals at a program called “Last Supper.”  This uniquely named event’s concept is actually to create meals to help lives link to the future.  She has also served vegetarian foods at the "International Buddhist Conclave."  Patients began to recognize that her healthy cooking seemed to have "healing" affects.  They started calling her meals "Joushou Meals," which translates to, "foods that make you feel good and/or gives you good luck.”  Hondo opened her own restaurant named “Yushima Shokudo” in 2010.  In 2011, she went to the area of Japan devastated by of the Great East JEarthquake and Tsunami to help and serve meals to the injured and displaced.  In 2012, her voluntary organization called, "Cooking team without Borders (KokkyonakiRyoridan)" was officially approved as a non-profit organization by the Japanese government.  Honda continues cooking and serving meals with LOVE in in Japan and in many countries all over the world.

23歳でフードコーディネーターとなり、単身渡米。NYにて、世界各国の料理を学ぶ。NYの野村エグゼクティブ・ダイニング  にスーシェフとして出向し、世界のエグゼクティブに料理をふるまう。6年後にロサンゼルスへ移住。ケータリングをしなが  らオーガニックやマクロビを学ぶ。10年間のアメリカ生活を終え日本へ帰国した後、病院とのコラボ企画「最後の晩餐・食  事会」での「未来へつなげる命を作るご飯」や、「世界仏教徒会議」でベジタリアン料理を作ったことなどがきっかけで以  降、「上昇ご飯」と呼ばれるように。2010年「湯島食堂」をオープン。2011年には東日本大震災の被災地支援でケータリン  グを行う。2012年、食を通じて世界をつなぎ、食を通して世界を平和に、という思いで立ち上げたNPO法人「国境なき料理  団」が、正式に特定非営利活動法人として政府から認定される。現在、日本および世界の各地で「愛あるご飯」提供中。


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When & Where

Hale Pualani
3643 Diamond Head Road
Honolulu, HI 96816

Sunday, October 20, 2013 from 4:00 PM to 7:30 PM (HST)

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Kazusa Flanagan

About Aloha Breast Cancer Network

In 2012, Kazusa Flanagan established the Aloha Breast Cancer Network after her own battle with breast cancer. The mission of the organization was to create a worldwide platform of support and information exchange for people who have been diagnosed or impacted in any way by breast cancer. 

Aloha Breast Cancer Network’s three focus areas are:

  1. 1.     Prevention  - Breast cancer is a lifestyle related disease = education of preventable lifestyles
  2. 2.     Treatment – Factors of disease involve mind and body with aspects from both Western and Eastern medicine
  3. 3.     Aftercare – Prevention of reoccurrence of cancer includes a healthy lifestyle shift


Aloha Breast Cancer Network is holding its first official event called “OktoberPinkfest” October 19 and 20, 2013.

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