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Japan Week: Traditional Japanese Candy Art Workshop
This workshop by Candy5 will include: The Candy5 Show – Candy5 making several kinds of Candy arts, and the Participants Challenge - Making candy arts by yourself with Hi-Chew. You will not only be a member of the audience, but all participants will also be "Candy Artists" and enjoy the rare experience of “Amezaiku” (traditional Japanese candy making) themselves. The first 20 Bellevue College students who register will receive a bag of free Hi-Chews to be used in the workshop.

Oct 5, 2021 02:30 PM in Pacific Time (US and Canada)

Kanji for Shinjiru which means to believe and trust.
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Candy 5, Miyuki
Candy 5, also known as Miyuki, studied traditional Japanese candy art under Master Kimura Takeo in 1994 and became the world’s first female candy artist in 300 years. In 1996, she moved to Orlando, Florida to perform at Walt Disney World’s Epcot. Since then, she has entertained and mesmerized many guests for 17 years at the Epcot Japan Pavilion with her amazing techniques. She has appeared on several TV shows, such as The Rosie O’Donnell Show, Sweet Dreams on The Food Network, and The Travel Channel. At this year’s BC Japan Week, she will add a refined artistry to her extraordinary personality and present her work from NYC to the world.