JAFF: Japan Food Festival Hiroshima Edition 5th – 25th September

JAFF: Hiroshima Edition

Japan Centre Regent Street is proud to announce our fourth Japan Food Festival (JAFF) 5th – 25th September, in collaboration with the Association of International Business Advisers (AIBA), this time focusing on the local produce of Hiroshima Prefecture, western Honshu! Sample local produce never before sold in the UK from this natural wonderland, nestled between soaring mountains to the north and the azure Inland Sea to the south. Get your hands on exclusive regional specialities and experience the culinary diversity and beauty of Hiroshima right here in London. With free tastings every day from 3 – 6pm the event runs for 2 weeks only so make sure you don’t miss out!

Hiroshima Area

What’s On

This month’s JAFF is dedicated to Hiroshima Prefecture, an area full of history and bustling with diverse agriculture and trade. At the event delicacies that can be sampled and bought include konnyaku, ginger confiture, lemon syrup, sake and miso; all made with the finest local produce the area is renowned for.

Download the full  JAFF: Hiroshima Brochure

misoHiroshima Food is ぶちうま![buchiuma]

Hiroshima hasn’t just given us Okonomiyaki and Mazda cars, renowned for its delicious produce Hiroshima has a tragic event at the heart of its recent past, but has developed into a prosperous and bustling city with a thriving and positively spirited community. With a wide range of mouth-watering food made in the area Japan Centre aims to make an important contribution to raise awareness about Hiroshima’s redesigned identity,by providing visitors with a fresh impression of this modern and dynamic cultural hub.

Come and join us at JAFF from 5th  -25th September, and sample the beauty of Hiroshima right here in London!

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