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Foods Come to Festival in Variety

The Seattle Cherry Blossom & Japanese Cultural Festival has introduced new foods at its food booth in previous years. This year, the festival will add the festival special amagashi sweet by Tokara in the sweets section and also a sushi burito introduced by the Gourmet Dog Japon stand.

The food corner in the Fisher Pavilion and outside stores will continue serving the regular festival menu including gyudon by the festivall, curry-rice by Cutting Board, takoyaki by Tako Kyuban, imagawayaki by Konko Church, and sweets by Setsuko Pastry.


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