These are photos from the event Hot Jazz, Cold Sake. To hear more about the event, head over to our blog “Sake Tasting and Jazz Concert at the Peterloon Estate.” Browse through our gallery, allowing the stunning visuals to transport you back to that remarkable evening. Experience the beauty and elegance that filled the air, as music and sake converged to create an event that will be cherished for years to come.
Please note: The photos in the gallery were captured by George Kimura.
“Thanks for a wonderful evening! Our group really enjoyed the sake and jazz…such a treat to hear fantastic music in an intimate and beautiful setting!”
– Clare R.
“Thank you so much! One of the nicest evenings we’ve had in quite a while.”
“The concert was GREAT! Keigo was also a charming, warm person and a great performer. As for the sake: I’m not sure which this one was, but I’ve never had any sake quite like it; it was the most sparkling of the group and had an almost citrus flavor. Delicious! The others were excellent as well. Very smooth and easy to enjoy.”
“It was a great event. My friends and I enjoyed the music and sake tasting. Thank you for organizing this wonderful event.”
A Family’s Living Legacy of the Japanese Internment Camps
Cincinnati native Denny Kato presented to a very engaged audience at the Pleasant Ridge Presbyterian Church May 9. The presentation featured a well-curated collection of photos from the camps, as well as historical details and moving personal anecdotes from Denny’s family and others who were incarcerated. The event was held in May in honor of Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) Heritage Month. It was sponsored by P&G with promotional support from the Japanese American Citizens League, Cincinnati Chapter.
Craig McKee of Channel 9/WCPO posted this article about Denny on May 15 based on an interview conducted just before our presentation.