One of the reasons I flew to Japan was to go to the Aloha Market in Chigasaki.
It’s a two-day festival that celebrates all things Hawaii — from its hula to its food — and thousands of people flock to Southern Beach every year for it.
After spending two weeks here, I’ll admit, it was nice to eat local food, see Aloha shirts and listen to Hawaiian music.
I was really starting to miss home.
So here’s what the two days at the Aloha Market — and a Japanese food festival across the street — looked like:
See my video of the Aloha Market in Chigasaki and scenes from Southern Beach
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I’m really enjoying your stories of your trip.
Thanks for taking us on a picture trip of your adventures in Japan! Now I can wait for my trip in June….
great pics, once again. thanks for taking us on the journey.
CAT: Gray sand, is that hard to get used to?
So did you do any surfing when you were there? Also, loved the comment at the end… I’m so hungry. Well duh. You are always hungry. Anyways, that looks like a fun place to be!