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|Test Kitchen Vietnam 2019 once again awaits customers with a good selection of Japanese cuisine|
Speaking at the opening ceremony, Hironobu Kitagawa, chief representative of JETRO, expressed the hope that the event will help bring the two countries closer and bring opportunities for the Japanese company to invest in Vietnam.
JETRO held this event for the second time in Vietnam at AEON Mall Long Bien to support the promotion of Japanese food culture with the participation of five Japanese enterprises working in the food industry and restaurant services.
Coming to Test Kitchen Vietnam 2019, Vietnamese consumers can buy and enjoy traditional Japanese dishes such as Miso Ramen, Tanmen noodles, and Japanese grilled food.
In addition, this is also an opportunity for Japanese enterprises to learn about the local restaurant business as well as sources of raw materials, tools, and market prices. Besides, the owners of Japanese restaurants participating in this event can understand more about the tastes and culinary habits of Vietnamese people, how to recruit staff, and serve Vietnamese customers before deciding to invest in Vietnam.
Such events have been held in many big cities, such as Bangkok in February 2014, Ho Chi Minh City in March 2016, Jakarta in November 2016, and once before in Hanoi in January 2018.
Last year, three times as many Japanese businesses registering to participate in the event than expected. Therefore, following the success of the previous year, Test Kitchen Vietnam 2019 will be held for 10 days on January10-20, 2019.
Hidekazu Kitagawa making Miso Ramen, a special food of the brand Zenryokunomoto
A Japanese chef using his own flavour to cook
Japanese ramen at the event
A mouth-watering ramen dish