The U.S.-Japan Council will bring together local chefs to showcase Hawaii's diverse ethnic flavors and fresh ingredients. Buy your tickets today and join us for this special event in the heart of vibrant Honolulu! This event is open to the public. Link in bio. This event will feature food and beverages from @royshawaii, Mark Noguchi of @piligroup, @nosh_hawaii, @myhighwayinn, @encoresaloon, @pigandthelady, Kuba Awamori, @konabrewingkokopub, and more! Kau Kau is a Hawaiian pidgin phrase for food or to eat and is used among many different ethnicities in Hawaii. The word comes from the plantation-era when people from all over the world came to Hawaii to work in the sugar cane fields.
#Repost @thebigrootpodcast ・・・ Have you listened to the first episode of The Big Root? Now available on Apple Podcasts and Stitcher! Founded by Brandon Doughan and Brian Polen, @brooklynkura is the first sake brewery in the state of New York. Rona Tison and Toshiki try their signature Blue Door, a junmai-style sake, made from 4 ingredients: water, koji, yeast, and rice. Brian also serves them a special-release shiboritate (or freshly pressed) sake called Lake Suwa. Neighbors in Brooklyn, @itoen and Brooklyn Kura share a mission in educating the American public about Japanese cuisine, a commitment for which Rona has been recognized by the World Tea Expo.
Have you checked out the 2018 USJC Annual Report yet? Click on the link in our bio to see the digital version!