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Oct 28: Ginza Food Bazaar at the Fresno Betsuin Family Dharma Center (Clovis)

Melanie Wong | Oct 25, 201801:08 AM     1

Sun, October 28, 2018
11:00 AM – 3:00 PM PDT

Ginza Food Bazaar

"Event will feature delicious food, cultural demos such as Bonsai, Taiko and Calligraphy, an Asian gift store, a raffle and a Bookstore.

Back by popular demand will be Hawaiian-style Poke and new this year will be RAMEN. Come early as this will sell out fast!

Other a la carte items include lots of Asian dishes, like various types of sushi, teriyaki chicken, beef sticks, ribs, tempura, Barasushi, curry rice, croquettes, desserts, beer and more. Items range from $3-$6 per item.

Admission and parking are free and the public is welcome."

Fresno Betsuin Family Dharma Center
2690 E. Alluvial
Clovis, CA 93619

GINZA FOOD BAZAAR CULTURAL EVENT

Head to the annual Ginza Food Bazaar at the Fresno Betsuin Family Dharma Center. Event will feature delicious food, cultural demos such as Bonsai, Taiko...

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