Temecula, Daisen celebrate 20 years of friendship during Japanese Festival


Friday, May 23rd, 2014
Issue 21, Volume 18.


Temecula, Daisen celebrate 20 years of friendship during Japanese Festival

Temecula, Daisen celebrate 20 years of friendship during Japanese Festival - Courtesy photo. - Interpreter Yuko Uchiyama speaking for Daisen Mayor Masunori Morita (right) addresses the crowd gathered in front of Temecula City Hall adding, “Temecula people are very rich in spirit.”
Interpreter Yuko Uchiyama speaking for Daisen Mayor Masunori Morita (right) addresses the crowd gathered in front of Temecula City Hall adding, “Temecula people are very rich in spirit.”

Temecula, Daisen celebrate 20 years of friendship during Japanese Festival - Courtesy photo. - A member of the Vista Buddhist Temple plays her Taiko drum at the Japanese Festival held in Temecula on May 17. The celebration was to help dedicate the newly enhanced Japanese garden at the Temecula Duck pond.
A member of the Vista Buddhist Temple plays her Taiko drum at the Japanese Festival held in Temecula on May 17. The celebration was to help dedicate the newly enhanced Japanese garden at the Temecula Duck pond.

Temecula, Daisen celebrate 20 years of friendship during Japanese Festival - Courtesy photo. - The Torri gate in the Daisen section of the Temecula Duck pond. Daisen, Japan is the sister city of Temecula.
The Torri gate in the Daisen section of the Temecula Duck pond. Daisen, Japan is the sister city of Temecula.


 

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