Japanese Tradition: Setsubun
Setsubun is a Japanese tradition to banish evil and misfortune
every year between Winter and Spring. This year, it is celebrated on
Friday, February 3rd! At the JCCH, we celebrate with two of the most
common traditions: mamemaki (roasted soybean throwing) and ehomaki (lucky sushi roll). Learn more about this tradition.
Also, included in this newsletter:
- NYOF 2023 Mahalo for your support
- Craft and Collectibles Fair on Saturday, February 11, 2023, at the JCCH 1st Floor Courtyard and Breezeway
- Year of the Rabbit t-shirts now available by Sumofish Designs
- And more!