WHO/WHAT: The United Japanese Society of Hawaii presents its annual “Tsukimi no Kai Moon Viewing.” Moon viewing parties are a tradition in Japan, where friends gather to admire the beauty of the full moon.
Rev. Akihiro Okada of the Daijingu Temple of Hawaii will open the event with a traditional blessing, and Chef Masanori Tsuda will provide a special buffet. Other highlights include a tea ceremony and a haiku contest. UJSH encourage guests to wear a festive yukata kimono or happi coat.
WHEN/WHERE: Sunday, Oct. 13, 5:30 – 8:30 p.m., at Bakery & Table (938 Pi‘ikoi St.).
COST: $50 per person, add $6 for two drinks.
PARKING: Limited free parking is available under the restaurant.