JAPANFes Ramen Contest 2017(秋の陣)in Brooklyn

September 17, 2017
10:00 amto6:00 pm

 

 

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JAPANFes Ramen Contest 2017(秋の陣)in Brooklyn

Sunday, September 17 from 10:00 a.m. until 6:00 p.m.

Myrtle Ave between Wyckoff Avenue and St. Nicholas Avenue in Brooklyn

Admission: $10 for 1 bowl of ramen

Explore an array of Japanese ramen styles at the very first Brooklyn edition of the JAPANFes Street Ramen Contest. This tasting extravaganza features 15 types of ramen by shops based in Japan, New York, LA, Boston, and Rhode Island. They will go head-to-head to see who will be crowned the ultimate champion, as voted on by JAPANFes attendees.

Participating Restaurants:

  • EAK Ramen – Japan, LA and NY
  • In Ezo – Hokkaido Japan
  • Ken’s Ramen – Providence, RI
  • Kishuya Ramen Noodle Bar – Upstate NY
  • Kogane Ramen – Brooklyn
  • Menka Hinata – Manhattan
  • Mentoku – Tokyo, Japan, and NY
  • Menya Jiro – (October 2016 Ramen Contest Champion)
    Kagoshima, Japan and Manhattan
  • Menya Masamune – (April 2017 Ramen Contest Champion)
    Miyazaki, Japan; Russia, Vietnam, and Cambodia
  • Nishida Shoten – Manhattan
  • Rai Rai Ken – Manhattan
  • Ramen Musashi – Upstate NY
  • Ramen Nikkou – Shiga, Japan
  • Shuya Cafe de Ramen – Queens
  • Yume wo Katare – Japan, Boston, and Taiwan

The cost is $10 for one bowl of ramen. Purchase three bowls and receive a free drink. One guest who chooses the 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place winners correctly will win a round trip to Japan!

If you’re not too full from sampling ramen, there will be other vendors in attendance to serve a variety of Japanese street food.

JapanFes Food Vendors

  • Jessie Foodie: Oyaki
  • Karl’s Balls: Takoyaki
  • Osaka-Ya: Osaka-style Okonomi-yaki
  • Tojo Kitchen: Karaage

Wuhao New York will sell tenugui, the Japanese traditional cloth; Wingbot will have kawaii products; and artist Tanaka Yoshimi will sell her pottery and jewelry.

Join the Cosplay Revolution at JAPANFes with live music and a dance party hosted by Kohei and TiA, a Japanese recoding artist who sings the end theme of NARUTO. There will be a free cosplay photoshoot and a cosplay contest with the winner receiving $100.

For more information, please visit the JAPANFes website and Facebook event page.