Minamoto Kitchoan will exhibit three Japanese craft arts all made with edible ingredients at their Ala Moana Center store from November 15th, 2017 to January 7th, 2018 (Display period may change depending on unforseen circumstances).
Have you ever heard about Japanese sweet art craft? The origin of the art came in the Edo era and it is dimensionally and pictorially describing the Japanese four seasons or Japanese nature such as flowers, birds, wind and the moon.
Minamoto Kitchoan has won the top award, the Honorary President Award out of 174 exhibition works, at the 27th National Confectionary Exposition held in Mie, Japan this year. The theme of this art craft is called "Saikazuichou", which are the combination exhibitions of Japanese traditional delicateness and dancing Quetza to be known as the world's most beautiful bird inhabiting South America. The total size of these exhibitions are 12'x6' and 6' tall. Their four sweet art craft workers had spent a whole year in production of this these exhibition which consists of 12,000 handmade pieces such as each petal, leaves, and bird feathers.
Please come and look at this art work at Minamoto Kitchoan and feel the sense of beauty of Japanese culture!