Sushi Hana Downtown is a proud sponsor of The 22nd Ken Shughart Humanitarian Award Dinner put on by the wonderful folks at the Humane Society of Western Montana. Join this great group of people in honoring Stacey Gordon Sterling and Junior Award Recipients Clara and Elena Yoshimura. The night will include dinner, no-host bar, live and silent auctions, award presentations, and lot of fun. Click HERE for more info and tickets!
We’re excited to be a sponsor of 2019 The International Wildlife Film festival. The Festival is 6 days of Wildlife features, shorts, and other special events. A must attend event for any Missoulian. Please click HERE for more info and ticketing.
Sushi Hana Downtown is proud to be participating in this years benefit dinner for Tamarack Grief Resource Center. Sushi Hana’s owner, Yuriko Hagan will be preparing food along four other local chefs. This is a amazing event for great cause. Please click HERE for more information and for tickets.
Sushi Hana is proud to sponsor Help-Portrait, a great service for those in need. Help-Portrait is a movement among photographers doing portraits of people that aren't able to afford traditional avenues of family portraiture. This could be single mothers, orphans, the lonely, the sick, people in 3rd World Countries, your Neighbor, the homeless. The time to help is now. "Grab your camera. Go Love." For more Information click HERE
Sushi Hana Downtown is excited to partner up with Kettlehouse Brewing Company for a Beer and Japanese Cuisine Pairing. This pairing will feature new offerings from both Sushi Hana Downtown and Kettlehouse Brewing. Please join us November 29th at 6pm for a wonderful night of food and drinks. RSVP Only. Tickets are $50 and they will be available at Sushi Hana Downtown and Kettlehouse Locations. Please contact us if you have questions or concerns!
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Sushi Hana Downtown is proud to sponsor Big Brothers and Big Sisters of Missoula’s Bowl for Kid’s Sake. Join us for another amazing year raising money for Big Brothers Big Sisters of Missoula during Bowl for Kids' Sake on Sunday, October 28th and Saturday, November 3rd at Westside Lanes & Fun Center!
There will be games, food, & prizes! Be sure to dress as your favorite Hollywood star for a chance to win a prize!
For questions or to register your team, call Kelley at (406) 721-2380 and for more info check out Big Brothers and Big Sisters of Missoula.
Sushi Hana Downtown is proud sponsor Soft Landing’s Welcoming Week! Soft Landing’s Welcoming Week is an annual series of events, where communities across the country bring together immigrants, refugees, and native-born residents to raise awareness of the benefits of welcoming everyone. Please click here for more details.
On May 21st, Sushi Hana Downtown is proud to be a part of the annual "A Taste To Remember", a benefit dinner for Tamarack Grief Resource Center. The night will include a wonderful dinner prepared by five amazing local chefs, including Sushi Hana's own Yuriko Hagen! As well as a spectacular auction, and live music by Caroline Keys and Nate Biehl. Join us for a amazing night to help raise money for a amazing organization! Click here for more info and tickets!
On April 5th, 2018, Sushi Hana Missoula will be presenting a very special Sake Pairing with Shingo Kurita. A representative of Kizakura and Higashiyama Sake Breweries, Kurita has become a established sake educator. Kurita will be venturing from Japan to Missoula just for this special event. Accompany us for an delightful evening and help us welcome Shingo Kurata to Sushi Hana, as he educates us on the finer points of sake, along side specially prepared Japanese cuisine.
After graduating from Art school in Philadelphia, Rob spent 8 years as a commercial illustrator before moving to his families ranch on Rock creek.
Rob Rez has been a contributing cartoonist for the Missoula Independent, since 1994, and is currently tattooing at Bound by Glory Tattoo in Downtown Missoula.
"I have always enjoyed Abstract Expressionism, as a painting style. It is a very raw, bold, and exciting style of art to me. It involves substantial planning, but the actual execution of the paintings are very rapid and very satisfying to an artists emotional input. There is no erasing or redrawing mistakes. The bold commitment to bright colors and heavy black lines creates powerful imagery that brings a vibrant energy into the room."
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Come check out Sushi Hana's first ever dual artist show next Friday, February 5th.
Photographers Emily Elliot and Lindsey Tucker will be showing their work upstairs from 5:00-8:00pm. Feel free to take a peek, talk with the artists, and enjoy complimentary wine, sushi, and other refreshments.