Tonchin New York, NYC, Japan, Manzairaku, sake, pop up, izakaya, ramen, Sake Suki

Tonchin’s Pop Up Sake Event with Manzairaku 🗓 🗺

Tonchin New York’s Pop Up Sake Event Monday, November 19 from 5:30 p.m. until 10:00 p.m. Tonchin New York – 13 W. 36th Street (between 5th and 6th Avenues) Tokyo-style ramen and cocktail bar is having a pop up sake event featuring Manzairaku sake. At this one-night-only special event, guests will enjoy a flight of this delicious sake produced in Ishikawa Prefecture and Tonchin’s signature … Continue reading Tonchin’s Pop Up Sake Event with Manzairaku 🗓 🗺
Japan Music Junction, NYC, Japan, JAPAN Fes., BentOn Cafe, Menya Jiro, bento, ramen, Japanese performers, FiDi

Japanese Music and Dance at BentOn Cafe 🗓 🗺

Japan Music Junction – Hosted by Kohei & TiA Friday, June 1 at 7:00 p.m. (doors open at 6:00 p.m.) Benton Cafe/Menya Jiro – 123 William Street (between Fulton and John Streets) Admission: Minimum one ramen or bento order Supported by JAPAN Fes., local entertainment personalities Kohei and TiA will host Japan Music Junction, a showcase of Japanese performers at BentOn Cafe’s FiDi location. Japanese … Continue reading Japanese Music and Dance at BentOn Cafe 🗓 🗺
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JAPAN FES. Presents a Two-Day All-Japan Ramen Contest

All-Japan Ramen Contest Manhattan Saturday, April 28 from 10:00 a.m. until 6:00 p.m. Chelsea – 8th Avenue between 15th and 16th Streets Admission: $10 for 1 bowl of ramen (cash only) JAPAN FES. will host two ramen contests this weekend, and for the first time all of the competitors are from Japan! Seven ramen shops representing different prefectures and showcasing distinct styles from East and … Continue reading JAPAN FES. Presents a Two-Day All-Japan Ramen Contest
ramen, Andante, Shigeto Kamada, NYC, Japan, Japanese comfort food, soul food, Kambi, Minca, restaurants, ramen boom, Features

Andante, the Latest Ramen Restaurant in Brooklyn

In musical terminology, “andante” means moderately slow tempo. In the ramen world, “andante” can be used to describe how the broth is cooked, at a slow tempo for 24 hours to maximize flavor. Andante is also the name of a ramen restaurant that opened this February in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, and it’s no surprise that it has a musical name. Andante’s owner/chef is Shigeto Kamada, a … Continue reading Andante, the Latest Ramen Restaurant in Brooklyn
Japan Music Junction, Japan, NYC, Takarabune, music, dance, Awaodori, BentOn Cafe, Menya Jiro, bento, ramen

Japan Music Junction at BentOn Cafe in FiDi 🗓 🗺

Japan Music Junction Saturday, March 31 at 5:00 p.m. (doors open at 4:00 p.m.) BentOn Cafe – 123 William Street (between John and Fulton Streets) Admission: Free (minimum one food order per person required) Supported by JAPAN Fes., local entertainment personalities Kohei and TiA will host Japan Music Junction, a showcase of Japanese singers and music at BentOn Cafe’s FiDi location. Witness the power and … Continue reading Japan Music Junction at BentOn Cafe in FiDi 🗓 🗺