Catering Hiro Yoshihara's pottery event

One of my favorite pottery artists, Hiro Yoshihara, invited me to cater a 2 day event she was hosting.
I made everything from local, organic foods.  I was delighted to collaborate with Hiro; her exquisite pottery beautifully presented the appetizers I created.  

The menu:
Green tea soba noodles sushi抹茶蕎麦いなり, brown rice kabocha croquette with homemade ketchup玄米と南瓜のコロッケと手作りケチャップ, moss street vegis spring roll with homemade sweet chili sauceモスマーケットの新鮮オーガニックお野菜の生春巻きと手作りチリソース and Japanese picklesお漬物(粕漬け、しば漬け)
Zakkoku grain sushi雑穀五分づき寿司, shiso ume rollしそ梅春巻き, 3kinds bruschetta3種類のブルスケッタ, Japanese picklesお漬物(粕漬け、しば漬け、べったら漬け) and grandma's steam cakeおばあちゃんの味蒸しパン














We will be performing in a small theater – 50 seats max capacity per show. We are doing a 5 show run, so at 250 total, seats are limited.
Get tickets here.
5 people with different backgrounds and experiences have come together because of the things we do. We are not lion tamers, or sporting sequin covered unitards, we are simple people that do contemporary circus.
What is Contemporary Circus? “Contemporary circus, or nouveau cirque (as it was originally known in French-speaking countries), is a genre of performing art developed in the later 20th century in which a story or a theme is conveyed through traditional circus skills.” An example of traditional circus would be Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey, while Cirque du Soleil would be considered contemporary.
But Cirque du Soleil is not the only contemporary circus, there are many and now there is us. We may be new and we may be small but we are driven, authentic, and human.
This show is about finding common ground between people.
Mesdames et Messieurs, enjoy the experience.