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Short Tour inside Oishii Japan

Friday, 17 October 2014


Nada sakes from Kobe (capital city) of Hyogo Prefecture, Japan


In 2013, Oishii Japan attracted close to 6,000 trade and public visitors from 24 countries. This Saturday, 18 October 2014, the ASEAN’s largest dedicated Japanese F&B tradeshow will open to Public from 11am to 5pm. Admission is at $4 per person and free for children aged 12 years old and below.


Let us take you to a short tour inside the third edition Oishii Japan at Suntec Singapore, Halls 404 – 406:


Award-winning sakes from Niigata prefecture which is best known for its premium rice and water.

A combination of these two best produces top quality Japanese sake.


Japan Tacom (All Japan Association of Confectionery Manufacturers) is an association of confectionery manufacturers founded in 1956. Japan Tacom have been participating in international confectionery conventions since 2981 with the objective is to introduce safe and delicious Japanese confectionery to the global market. 


J-Food Street provides a casual dining atmosphere to conveniently buy and consume Japanese food. Visitors can look forward to purchase a wide array of Japanese small bites, snacks and beverages from participating brands such as Samurice, Sushi Burrito, Nana’s Green Tea, and Annabella Patisserie.


Along the Kagoshima Products Association booth, visitors can expect to see high quality Kagoshima Wagyu (beef), Kagoshima Kurobuta (pork), Hams & Sausages and commercial food & processed food from Nanchiku (Minamikyusyu Chikusan Kogyo Co., Ltd.) and other participating companies of Kagoshima Prefecture, Japan.



Blessed with the richness of nature of four beautiful seasons, Japanese cuisine has developed in a unique manner nurtured by the beautiful natural features of Japan. Global Food Creators (GFC) is wholesaler of Japanese commercial delicacies and cooking ingredient. 


A showcase of Japanese confectionery products from Showa confectionery, from the city of Hakodate, Hokkaido Prefecture.



Sanshotirimen such as from Tsukudani Foods Co Ltd, Ishikawa prefecture. Sanshotirimen can be used as a topping for various meals such as rice and porridge.


Other products include Ebikurumi (Sweet walnuts and small shrimp are mixed and cooked), Whitebait and Shiitake Mushroomcallop (Whitebait fish and shiitake mushrooms, cooked together in a soy sauce that isnt' too sweet which goes perfectly with rice) and Scallop and Kombu Kelp (Made with easy-to-eat prepared scallops, combined with kombu kelp and a bit of ginger for a clean, delicious finish full of the rich flavour of scallops and kombu kelp).



Article by Hai Japan


Photos: Hai JapanPosted by Admin in F&B on 17 Oct 2014


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