MAKERS'DAY ! #02
: Urban 2.0
: KAPUKAPU KAWAWA
: HOLIDAY KITCHEN
: JOSE TACOS
: FURUKAWA TAKE
The Makers’ Day community is growing!
We managed to have two new additional food vendors:
Holiday Kitchen is a home-based bakery business offering artisanal bread. This small enterprise has had a steady following for quite some time now, which led them to having sold out all of their items in less than an hour. One more thing: they also sell treats for your furry friends, so be sure to check them out next time!
Another mobile kitchen has joined in: Jose Tacos from Aobadai. Offering Japanese-style tacos, this casual-themed food joint was a welcome addition to our host of vendors. More than just tacos, they also offer burritos and quesadillas at their brick and mortar shop.
Of course, we still have the original vendor: Yorozudaya-Jin serving food items and organic produce from their farm focusing on artisanal organic products.
For the arts: Kapukapu’s Koshi had a solo exhibition at the Urban 2.0 gallery space. His use of brightly colored subjects and fine lines are second to his positive energy that radiates throughout. To cap off the event, he gave a live storytelling performance for everyone to enjoy.