This summer Morikami is alive with the sound of music as we embark on our second annual Children’s Summer Camp and Guest Artist Workshops: Japanese Traditional Music Program for Adults. Both music programs are perfect for adults and children who are passionate about music and experiencing Japanese culture (from the convenience of Delray Beach).
On Saturday, March 3, we will be celebrating Hina Matsuri at Morikami with all-day fun for the entire family. But, are you familiar with the significance of Doll’s (or Girls’) Day in Japan? Hina Matsuri (ひな祭り), also known as Momo no Sekku (桃の節句) is Doll’s Day or Girls’ Day in Japan, a traditional holiday celebrated on March 3rd. The holiday’s origin derived from a practice during the Heian period (794-1185) in which families sent straw or paper dolls in small boats down the river. It was believed these dolls became effigies that kept children…
It’s hard for our staffers to not eat, sleep and breathe all things Japan when our colleague (and resident sweet maker) Amanda, brought in this delicious cheesecake treat! She kindly shared the recipe- we hope you enjoy it as much as we did!
This recipe comes from the Aloha State, Hawaii. With one of the largest Japanese and Japanese-American populations in the US, the islands are home to some creative takes on traditional Japanese sweets. As cheesecake is popular in both Japan and the US, this dish is the perfect dessert to carry on the symbolism of the season wherever you are.
We all know that person. She has everything already. He’s so hard to shop for. But… they like to do things, go places and feel good supporting the arts. You’re in luck because we have just what you need to make them happy this holiday season. Here are 5 gift ideas for the person who just likes to have fun! Happy Holidays from The Morikami Museum and Japanese Gardens!
You love Morikami for its beautiful gardens and unique exhibitions, but you’ll also love Morikami for filling your shopping bags as we descend on a busy season of holiday shopping starting this November. If you need any shopping inspiration, November’s item of the month should help. These beautiful sake sets made in Japan are on sale through the end of the month, down from $30 to $19.99. They come gift boxed, so they’re ready for your next holiday party. No matter how long your holiday shopping list is, you’ll find unique…
Special screening at The Morikami on Nov. 2
Have you been wanting to learn a new instrument, create some awesome indigo tie-dye, or become a gift wrapping ninja? Morikami offers an assortment of Japanese cultural and art classes and workshops taught by experienced instructors. Check out some of our classes and workshops below:
Dear Friends of the Morikami, Hurricane Irma came roaring through Florida, leaving in its wake a path of devastation and destruction. I hope that you and your loved ones are moving forward and are able to overcome the challenges that this fierce storm created. It is heartening to see our communities pulling together and helping each other to overcome the damages by instituting the necessary repairs. Once Irma had passed the Morikami, staff and I ventured into our beautiful Japanese Gardens and we were saddened to see the level of damage and…
Like your favorite holiday, Hatsume Fair only comes once a year, so let’s plan this out. Otherwise, you’ll have to wait another 364 days before you get to do all of the things that make Hatsume Hatsume. In other words, there is no other festival like it. Hatsume Fair April 1 & 2 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Rain or Shine (preferably Shine) Purchase Tickets Here
Register to learn about culture, cuisine and how to properly cut cucumbers—who would’ve thought it could be so hard? March 26 and April 9, 2017 10 a.m.-noon $70 per person
Celebrate the culture of the wide world of tea at Morikami! Tea Day includes tea tasting, storytelling for the family, and Tea Talks—a lecture series with green tea experts Candice Kumai and ITO EN’s Rona Tison.