Spokane Buddhist Temple will celebrate its annual Japanese Spring Food Festival — Haramatsuri — on April 10 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
The temple will be selling traditional bento boxes, which are homemade by a team of 40 volunteer cooks. The chicken bento box includes chicken in sweet teriyaki sauce served with rice and Sunomono (Japanese cucumber salad) and the tofu bento box includes tofu in miso sauce, fried eggplant and Sunomono (Japanese cucumber salad). Also served will be Gyoza (Pork Pot Stickers), Chirashi Sushi and various Mochi desserts.
Dine in or take out will be available. Pre-orders can be made online or by calling 534-7954.
During the Festival there will also be an open house for guests to tour the Spokane Buddhist Temple.
- Video: Coffee Talk on Faith and Technology - June 5, 2021
- “Celebrate Curiosity” Art Contest Deadline Approaching May 12 - May 8, 2021
- Take This FāVS Survey & You Could Win a FāVS T-Shirt - April 23, 2021
- VIDEO: Coffee Talk “The Role of Holidays in Different Faith Traditions” - April 5, 2021
- Rally To Be Held in Downtown Spokane Saturday “To Stop Asian Hate” - March 19, 2021
- The Fig Tree Benefits March 5 and 10 To Be Held Virtual - February 28, 2021
- Temple Beth Shalom Vandalized with Swastikas - February 8, 2021
- Top FāVS News and Commentary of 2020 - December 31, 2020
- Pandemic’s effects on religious life, liberty named No. 1 religion story of 2020 - December 17, 2020
- Spokane Clergy Plan to Commit to Year of Anti-Racist Work - September 15, 2020