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Free feast offered to promote Japanese cuisine

Free feast offered to promote Japanese cuisine

Monday, April 22, 2013, 11:55 GMT+7

Japan’s iconic delicacies will be offered for free for Ho Chi Minh City gourmets in a program called ‘Mon Ngon Nhat Ban’ (Japanese delicacies), which runs from April 24 to 28.

The program, to be held at Tokyo Town restaurant at 188 Nam Ky Khoi Nghia street in District 3, debuts scores of events to commemorate the Vietnam-Japan Friendship Year.

According to the Japanese Consulate General in HCMC, the specially-designed menu aims to introduce a wide array of Japanese ingredients and food to locals.

The Japanese enterprises doing business in food, restaurants, and hotels in Vietnam also feature their country’s delectable dishes at the ‘Food & Hotel Vietnam 2013’ exhibition, the largest of its kind in Vietnam.

Tuoi Tre


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