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A Visit to Donburi Revolution 2018

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Held at Marina Square’s Central Atrium from 19 to 21 October was Singapore’s very first DIY Donburi Event, Donburi Revolution 2018. Organized by WAttention Singapore to educate and encourage the public to experience the deliciousness of Japanese rice from various Japanese prefectures. Curious about the event, this writer gave in to his cravings of Japanese food to check out the …

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5 Things Caught at Food Japan 2016 (that are technically not food)

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The joy of attending Food Japan (previously known as Oishii Japan) every year is to find products that have yet to be launched in the market, and talk to the simple and gentle folks who travelled all the way to our tiny island to talk about their food, their farms, and their beautiful land. This year is no different. Instead …

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Food for the Soul – Healthy Food at Food Japan 2016

Considering that the 3 key areas of Food Japan 2016 are Health, Innovation and Productivity, it is no surprising that this year’s event is filled with good food – food that are good for you! Guest writer Arvin checks out some of the good food found at this year’s Food Japan. (The following article is going to get a bit …

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300 exhibitors from 42 prefectures will carry F&B products at Oishii Japan 2015

Oishii Japan 2015 Media Preview

Oishii Japan is back for its 4th edition, showcasing the finest Japanese seasonal produce and delicacies and latest innovations in food technology. Representing 42 out of the 47 prefectures of japan, 300 exhibitors will be presenting over 500 new types of seasonal produce, prefecture specialties and food machinery, including the highlight for this year, 36 varieties of Honkaku Shochu and …

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POPCulture Online Visits Shabu Sai At Orchard Central

Shabu-Shabu buffet restaurant Shabu Sai recently joined the smorgasbord of restaurants at Orchard Central, turning the 8th floor of the shopping mall into a haven for northeast Asian food. As soon as you step out of the lift, you are greeted by the inviting dark wood interiors of the restaurant as well as the array of plastic dishes that Japanese …

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