As a proud sponsor the Japan Fair Association of Vancouver’s Sakura Days Fair and in celebration of The Vancouver Cherry Blossom Festival, Hapa has created new spring inspired dishes. Try Coal Harbour‘s creamy Coconut Green Curry served with Japanese naan bread, Yaletown‘s fresh Sunchoke Salad, Kitsilano‘s vegetarian-friendly Bagna Cáuda (assorted seasonal vegetables with eggplant dipping sauce), West End‘s hearty Gyu-Katsu Sandwich (angus beef cutlet, cabbage, tartar sauce between steamed buns) or Toronto’s fried Fanny Bay oysters with home made truffle chips. See the new spring fresh sheets here.
The Sakura (cherry blossom) has long been a traditional icon in Japanese culture and is a symbol of spring.
About Sakura Days Japan Fair:
Sakura Days takes place at the spectacular VanDusen Botanical Garden on April 6th and 7th, 2013. This celebration of Japanese culture includes taiko drumming, martial arts, koto (Japanese harp), dance and singing performances. Participate in a tea ceremony, or learn about ikebana (flower arranging), origami (paper folding), haiku or calligraphy and try getting dressed in an authentic yukata.
For more information about the Japan Fair Association of Vancouver, please visit JapanFairVancouver.com