It is a place where Art meets Shojin Ryori - a Japanese monastery style cooking. It is an opportunity for people to meet and share. It is a space where we all collaborate to find what we all are looking for. Jizo caf? is led by Japanese Soto Zen priest, Ninsho Kakinuma and his student Muchu Matsune
San Francisco Zen Center Conference Center 308 Page Street, San Francisco Tuesday May 24 - Saturday May 28, 2005 Benefiting Zen Center’s Solar Panel Project
The first Jizo Cafe will feature Jizo art works by Ninsho Kakinuma and Shojin Ryori by Keigaku Muchu. The caf? is a benefit for Zen Center’s recent Solar Panel Project. SFZC has just installed 120 solar panels on their root. Each panel costs $800 and we are hoping to raise as much as we can to support them convert to more environmentally friendly facility!
We are planning many activities during the four day event including sales of art, food, tea, music, dance, used book sales, workshops, massage, acupuncture, reiki treatment, Zen talks, card reading, spiritual guidance and much more. Each day will offer different activities, so please check our Jizo Cafe blog for the most current schedule.
At least half of the proceeds go to Solar Panel Project.
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