If you've never had a Japanese-style Mexican taco then you haven't been to the Japanese Cultural Bazaar. And this year's event on Sunday is bringing back the high-energy taiko group at the Buddhist Temple of San Diego.
Taiko are Japanese drums that often have been compared to the sound of thunder.
It's a free event and family-friendly. There will be contemporary R & B with a Hawaiian flare and other performers.
"The second most popular part of the bazaar is the food", adds Teague.
There will be old-fashioned pan-fried noodles Cantonese-style, which is hard to find these days she says. Sushi and beef curry are also popular grazing items. But one of the highlights is Japanese-Mexican tacos and tofu tacos made by "Angie" who is Japanese-American, born south of the border says Teague.