Event – “Catch the Legendary SANUKI Udon Noodle Master!” by SANUKI Project SEP7-8 – we’ll be there

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2-Day Only Special Event!

Prepare for a rare opportunity to try authentic, handmade Japanese noodles made in front of your eyes by an award-winning SANUKI Udon noodle artisan – right in the heart of Times Square! The two-day event is hosted as a collaboration between SANUKI Project, a volunteer organization whose mission is to create a SANUKI Udon craze here in New York, and Roppongi Inakaya, the world-renowned “Robata-yaki” (a traditional Japanese grill) restaurant.

On September 7th (Weds) and 8th (Thurs), Inakaya will serve 100 special SANUKI Udon meals (Regular$13/Half $7/Dinner Course$47) for lunch (11:30am – 2:30pm) and dinner (5:00pm – 11:00pm). For this two-day event, SANUKI Project has invited Osamu Miyoshi, one of the foremost SANUKI artisans and the first chef to receive the highly renowned Agricultural Minister’s Award five times in Japan. Mr. Miyoshi will perform a noodle-making demonstration, after which the noodles will be cooked and served fresh at your table!

For reservations, call Inakaya: (212)354-2195

Event – Japanese Tea Ceremony @ JCC AUG29

Japanese Tea Ceremony at JCC

Have you ever heard of Japanese Tea Ceremony?

Have you ever seen it in person?

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Sign up and come to the Japanese Culinary Center on August 29th.

Rev. Mitsutaka Inui of Kamigamo-Jinja Shrine (in Kyoto, Japan) will be performing a traditional tea ceremony.

The Kamigamo Shrine in Kyoto is a World Cultural Heritage Site.

Enjoy Japanese Green Tea and Sweets served during the Ceremony!

The style of Tea Ceremony

武者小路千家 (Mushakoji Senke)

For more information about Mushakoji Senke and Japanese Tea Ceremony History, please click HERE

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Event – 4th Annual Wing Eating Contest AUG30

 

- The contest will be taking place on Tuesday August 30th at 10pm.

- 12 contestants will be competing to see who can eat the most wings in 10 minutes.

- The winner will be awarded $100 cash and trophy.

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