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Waimea Cherry Blossom Festival

Kelsey Katayama, 11 years-old, works on pounding mochi rice during the mochi tsuki demonstration by Kona Hongwanji Mission.

Kelsey Katayama, 11 years-old, works on pounding mochi rice during the mochi tsuki demonstration by Kona Hongwanji Mission during the 16th Annual Waimea Cherry Blossom Heritage Festival.

 

Dee Ann Tsurumaki, left, Chef de Cuisine from The Canoe House at Mauna Lani Bay Hotel and Bungalows briefs the audience on the Seared Nori Ahi with Soy Mustard Port Sauce she and her crews put together for a cooking demonstration at Kamuela Hongwanji Mission at Church Row.

Dee Ann Tsurumaki, left, Chef de Cuisine from The Canoe House at Mauna Lani Bay Hotel and Bungalows briefs the audience on the Seared Nori Ahi with Soy Mustard Port Sauce she and her crews put together for a cooking demonstration at Kamuela Hongwanji Mission at Church Row.

 


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Click on above image for recipe for Seared Nori Ahi with Soy Mstard Port Sauce.

Click on above image for recipe for Seared Nori Ahi with Soy Mustard Port Sauce.

 

Fujiko Dochin and Alice K. Yamaguchi sell jams and preserves at Kamuela Hongwanji during the Waimea Cherry Blossom Heritage Festival. The event featured arts, crafts, entertainment, demonstrations and lots of food.

Fujiko Dochin and Alice K. Yamaguchi sell jams and preserves at Kamuela Hongwanji during the Waimea Cherry Blossom Heritage Festival. The event featured arts, crafts, entertainment, demonstrations and lots of food.

An aikido martial arts demonstration at Church Row by Aikido of Hilo at the Waimea Cherry Blossom Heritage Festival.

An aikido martial arts demonstration at Church Row by Aikido of Hilo at the Waimea Cherry Blossom Heritage Festival.

Darlene Ahuna entertains at Parker Ranch Shopping Center during the Cherry Blossom festivities.

Darlene Ahuna entertains at Parker Ranch Shopping Center during the Cherry Blossom festivities.

The Honokaa High School Jazz Band entertains the crowd.

The Honokaa High School Jazz Band entertains the crowd.

One Response to “Waimea Cherry Blossom Festival”

  1. Catherine Tarleton says:

    Thanks for great coverage of a great event!

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