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  • Serenity now: Morikami Japanese Gardens in South Florida

     Serenity now: Morikami Japanese Gardens in South Florida
    DELRAY BEACH, Fla. (AP) — Like a lot of folks who live in places with long stretches of gray and chilly weather, I occasionally head to Florida for sunshine and relaxation. But the Sunshine State is hardly immune to traffic and crowds — especially when the rest of the country is arriving for vacation.
  • New look for Morikami cafe

    New look for Morikami cafe
    Cornell Café Morikami Museum and Japanese Gardens, 4000 Morikami Park Road, west of Delray Beach, 561-495-0233, Morikami.org A three-month $150,000 renovation of this 2-decade-old pan-Asian café, which previously was named best museum restaurant by...

    Japanese New Year celebration in Delray

    Japanese New Year celebration in Delray
    More than 5,000 people recently celebrated the Japanese New Year at the Morikami Museum and Japanese Gardens in Delray Beach. "This year's Oshogatsu festival was our most successful yet," said Samantha Levine, marketing and events manager. "We …...

    Sake expert educates Morikami Museum festival goers

    Sake expert educates Morikami Museum festival goers
    In celebration of the new year, the Morikami Museum and Japanese Gardens broke out some of the best spirits found in South Florida. At its Oshogatsu Festival, VIP ticket holders sampled top-shelf sake and craft beer. "Sake is ingrained in Japanese...

    At the Morikami, toasting the new year with sake

    At the Morikami, toasting the new year with sake
    Midori Roth grew up in Japan, but became a sommelier in the United States. She brings her critical palate not just to Shiraz and Chardonnay, but also to sake, the national drink of Japan. "It's definitely ingrained in our culture," says Roth, who on...