Enjoy an evening of exhilarating Taiko followed by a ramen dinner at the Oregon Buddhist Temple.
Taiko is Japanese drums that were historically used in Japan to communicate with allies, frighten away pests from crops and inspire battling soldiers. The drums have continued playing an important role at Japanese festivals.
Learn more about this upcoming performance and dinner at the Oregon Buddhist Temple.
Taiko Concert and Ramen Dinner at the Oregon Buddhist Temple
On Saturday, January 21 at 5 p.m., see a live Taiko performance by Takumi Kato. Takumi and his family have moved to the U.S. for five years with the goal of sharing the beauty and culture of Taiko in all 50 states.
After the performance, enjoy a delicious ramen dinner. Dinner options include:
- Mildly spicy Shoyu (Tamari) Ramen with cha shu pork.
- Vegan ramen with age, kimchi, bean sprouts and green onions.
Each meal includes garlic edamame, Manju dessert and assorted beverages.
Cost of the concert and dinner is $15 for adults and $7 for children 12 and under.
You can buy your ticket and ramen option in advance. If you buy online, make sure you bring your receipt and ID to the event.
Oregon Buddhist Temple is at 3720 SE 34th Ave. in Portland. For more information and to buy your tickets, visit the Oregon Buddhist Temple’s website.
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