J-Pop fashionistas and fans of cosplay, anime and all things Japanese pop culture filled Japantown over the weekend for the J-Pop Summit Festival.
San Francisco’s Japantown neighborhood has a new ramen option in the form of Waraku, which has taken over the space where Bushi Tei formerly resided on Post Street.
Fashionistas and chocolate lovers have something to look forward to this weekend, and it’s getting heavy in Japantown.
The sun came out on Sunday, much to the delight of festival-goers at the fourth annual J-Pop Summit: a Japanese pop culture extravaganza in Japantown, featuring live music, fashion shows, film screenings, vendors selling homemade wares and delicious Japanese treats.
The patchwork nature of San Francisco’s neighborhoods makes it possible to showcase the richness of all the diverse cultures contained within this one city. A good example is San Francisco’s Japantown, also known as “Nihonmachi.”
Take a break from the ordinary this weekend and head over to the J-Pop Summit Festival, a pop-culture themed street fair showcasing modern Japanese fashion, music, art, films, retail, and design.
In ultimate staycation style, Hawaii comes to you this Saturday in Japantown at Waikiki Paradise: A Journey to Hawaii .
As if there wasn’t already enough going on this weekend, Japantown is hosting its 38th annual Nihonmachi Street Fair…and it’s guaranteed to be awesome.
The Nichi Bei Foundation is launching a new event on Saturday, the Northern California Soy and Tofu Festival: Discover the Joy of Soy.
A little birdie reports that Jay Foster, the genius chef of southern-style cuisine and owner of Farmer Brown (one of my all-time fav joints in the city) and Little Skillet, may be opening up a new culinary venture on Geary Blvd. in the Fillmore/Japantown called…