Eats & Treats

Your mouth will start watering as you eye the tasty delights offered at the Cherry Blossom Festival!

Eats & Treats 2017-05-09T15:45:28+00:00

Food and beverages are available inside the Temple in the Gymnasium and in front of the Temple (located at the corner of 20th and Lawrence). Grab a cold Asahi beer or sake inside the Temple or by the Live Stage and soak up the cultural entertainment!

Here’s a look at what’s cooking – yum!

  • Teriyaki Chicken Plate Lunch
    Grilled homemade teriyaki chicken served with a scoop of rice, Hawaiian macaroni salad with a side of edamame.

  • Teriyaki Beef Bowl
    Our homemade teriyaki style beef, served with steamed vegetables over rice.

  • Asian Chicken Salad
    Shredded grilled teriyaki chicken served on a bed of lettuce with carrots, celery, with a side of chow mein noodles and our homemade Asian dressing.

  • Teriyaki Burger
    A marinated teriyaki burger served with chips and a Karami (Japanese salsa) with lettuce and white onions.

  • Ala Carte Chicken
    Grilled teriyaki chicken, one quarter chicken piece.

  • Somen
    Japanese somen noodles served in a homemade broth (dashi) with green onions, kamaboko (Japanese fish cake) and chopped eggs.

  • Macaroni Salad
    Creamy, Hawaiian-style macaroni salad.

  • Gyoza
    Japanese style dumplings made with pork and vegetables.  Served with gyoza sauce on the side.

  • Edamame
    Edamame is a young soybean, served in its shell, lightly salted.

  • SPAM Musubi
    A popular Hawaiian snack: Teriyaki-marinated SPAM served on rice wrapped with seaweed (nori).

  • Maki Sushi
    A traditional sushi of seasoned rice filled with egg, fish cake, celery, etc. and wrapped in seaweed (nori).

  • Inari Sushi
    A traditional sushi with deep-fried tofu ‘pockets’ filled with seasoned sushi rice.

  • Mochi Manju
    Sweet bean paste (anko) surrounded by sweet mochi (pounded rice)

  • Yaki Manju
    A baked pastry filled with sweet bean paste (anko) or white sweet bean past (shiro-an).