Let's Eat at the Tabemasho Fundraiser for the JCCCNC

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In Japanese, tabemasho means “let’s eat,” and that’s exactly what attendees will be doing on Saturday September 25th at the Japanese Cultural and Community Center of Northern California’s annual fundraiser, ~TABEMASHO~. Starting at 4pm, there will be a mochi-pounding event, then appetizers and a seated meal presented by local restaurants and chefs (Seiji Wakabayashi, bushi-tei; Alex Ong, Betelnut; Patricia Unterman, Hayes Street Grill; Nick Balla, Nombe; and many more), plus sake and shochu tasting, Japanese specialty foods, and homemade Nikkei comfort foods. There will also be live and silent auctions. The evening will honor George Okamoto Sr. of Nomura & Company, a pioneer of the California rice industry.

Tickets are $100 for reserved table seating, and $25 for children 6-12 years old. Purchase your tickets early as last year’s event sold out.

Event Info

Saturday Sep 25, 2010
4pm–8pm
$100; $25 for children 6–12 years old
Info
JCCCNC Takahashi Nisei Community Hall (gymnasium)
1840 Sutter St. at Webster, San Francisco
415-567-5505