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World’s Largest Food & Beverage Trade Fair, Anuga, Opens in Cologne, Germany 8-12 Oct 2011
EAT JAPAN Trade News
Saturday, 17 September 2011

AnugaAnuga, the world´s leading food fair for the retail trade and the food service and catering market , with over 6,500 exhibitors and around 150,000 trade visitors, totaling almost 300,000 m ˛ of inspiration, ideas and innovations. Japanese exhibitors include JETRO, who will be hosting a Japan Pavilion (Boulevard Hall 023), at which 10 companies and organisations will be showcased including Mizkan and Yamato Soysauce & Miso. Also exhibiting are Kadoya Sesame Mills (2.1 Hall C031), Morinaga Nutritional Foods (10.1 Hall B018), Fujiseiki (7.1 Hall D50a) and Italpo.

 
The Restaurant Show Opens in Earls Court 2, London, 10-12 Oct 2011
EAT JAPAN Trade News
Saturday, 17 September 2011

The Restaurant ShowThe Restaurant Show, 10-12 October, Earls Court 2, is a trade show aimed exclusively at the UK's restaurant industry. A vast array of products, new launches and inspirational features combine to ensure this event truly meets the needs of today's restaurateur. Some of the world's most celebrated chefs will showcase their talent and expertise as they take to The Centre Stage, demonstrating the immense skill and a high level of professionalism that proves why they are at the top of their game. The chefs will share some of their most prized tips and recipes with the audience, and the impressive line up include s Elena Arzak of Arzak, award-winning Ashley Palmer-Watts of Dinner by Heston Blumenthal, and in particular Hamish Brown and Satomi Okubo of Roka, who will be showcasing the warmth and energy of modern Japanese cuisine accompanied by an outstanding sake selection. Also attending the event will be the Japanese Knife Company (stand A58) and Typhoon (stand H31).

 
Brand New Japan Centre Branch in Westfield Stratford City
EAT JAPAN Trade News
Saturday, 17 September 2011

Japan CentreThe Japan Centre, a well-known Japanese food department store based in London's Piccadilly Circus, opened a brand new branch on 13 September 2011 at brand new Westfield Stratford City, now the largest shopping centre in Europe.The store will have sushi, bento and other deli foods such as tempura, gyoza and curry. Also, the shop has a mini food hall with a selection of Japanese food ingredients such as rice, noodles and fresh Japanese vegetables, fish and meat for home cooking as well as a Japanese bakery. Japanese beverages such as green tea and sake are also available. Find out more here.

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Double the People, Double the Fun: Outstanding Growth for the UK’s Biggest J-Culture Event
EAT JAPAN Trade News
Wednesday, 10 August 2011

Two Japanese Restaurants Place in  World’s Best 50 Restaurants 2011HYPER JAPAN 2011 was held at Olympia Two in London from Friday 22 July to Sunday 24 July, less than a year after the first HYPER JAPAN in October 2010. In just eight months, the event doubled both in show space and attendee figures, the latter of which stood at 25,035 people over three days.

This year, the event was focused on supporting the people and regions affected by the Tohoku Pacific Earthquake of 11 March 2011, through the ‘ Genki Giving ' charity initiative. 10% of net ticket revenue and one third of sponsorship funding was donated to the Japan Society Tohoku Pacific Earthquake Relief Fund run by the Japan Society of the UK. The event itself also featured a number of charity-focused exhibitions and events, including Yet I Still Dare to Hope, an exhibition of photography from a village affected by the earthquake and tsunami, charity workshops, and a raffle with prizes donated by sponsors and exhibitors. Click here to read more about visitor statistics and food & drink-related reviews.

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Suzuki Shuzoten wins Trophy medal at the 5th International Sake Challenge
EAT JAPAN Trade News
Wednesday, 10 August 2011

Suzuki Shuzoten wins Trophy medal Suzuki Shuzoten has been awarded a Trophy medal in Junmaiginjo category the 5 th International Sake Challenge, held in Tokyo on the 29 th July . The winning sake was its elegant Akinota, with an aromatic herbal nose, and juniper berries and grapefruit on the palate.

The International Sake Challenge was created in order to increase understanding and awareness of sake on the international drinks market, as well as to promote sales and distribution. It has close links with international wine education bodies and to the principle wine competitions in North America, Asia and Europe. The Challenge also works with wine-related media, with major importers/exporters of sake, and with Japanese embassies across the world to promote the competition and its results.

The Challenge is judged by sake experts from Japan together with wine experts from overseas. The full results of the 5 th International Sake Challenge can be accessed in English here: http://www.sakechallenge.com/data/ISC2011_FinalResult_Eng.pdf (PDF 316KB)

 
Brand New Sushi App Out Now!
EAT JAPAN Trade News
Wednesday, 10 August 2011

Sushi AppThe SUSHI PRO is a brand new app that's perfect for anyone interested in sushi and sushi culture. This app will help you to identify sushi types, tell you what Japanese fish names translate to, and give some handy tips on sushi culture and language. Find out about the ingredients, the fish, essential phrases for chef interaction – and play a quiz as you wait for your perfectly ordered sushi to arrive. Download now from iTunes !

 
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