“Gourmet & Tradition” area (Marunouchi)
Marunouchi Building (atrium MARUCUBE)
- Foods made from local Tokyo and global ingredients will be showcased at the opening ceremony.
- Edomae sushi and global sushi
- Tokyo X1 and Iberian pork dishes
- During the event, the above menu is scheduled to be provided at cafés adjacent to MARUCUBE.
1Tokyo X: Tokyo-brand pork produced at the Tokyo Metropolitan Livestock Experiment Station by cross-breeding three breeds of pig (Beijing Black, Duroc, Berkshire). This pork is characterized by its soft, marbled meat and juicy flavor.
Last year’s opening ceremony
Marunouchi Naka-dori Street
- Food trucks will provide food prepared by the Marunouchi Chef’s Club2 using local Tokyo ingredients.
- Locally brewed Tokyo sake, international beers and other beverages will be sold alongside food prepared by first-class chefs.
2Established in 2009 by the famous chefs of restaurants located mainly in the Marunouchi district to promote Japanese cuisine through food education. The club’s chairman is Yukio Hattori.
- Producers will directly sell fresh and safe fruit, vegetables, milk, eggs, and processed products made from fish and others, made in Tokyo.
- Various traditional handicrafts that have been nurtured by the climate and developed over the history of Tokyo will be exhibited and sold.
“Variety of Nippon” area (Yurakucho)
Tokyo International Forum
- Various new ways to enjoy Tokyo’s diverse attractions will be provided at Tokyo International Forum, a bustling trend-setting platform connecting Tokyo with the rest of Japan and the world.
- Local specialties from around Japan, including the Tohoku region and prefectures along the recently-opened extension of the Hokuriku Shinkansen bullet train, will be introduced and sold.
- Savor it all—Tokyo’s Tama area “B-class gourmet cuisine” (popular, inexpensive food that is sometimes very local) and global cuisine and alcoholic beverages sold out of food trucks, as well as DJs and live music on a special stage.
“Gourmet & Entertainment” area (Hibiya)
Hibiya Park and in front of Hibiya Chanter
- The “Tokyo Food Street,” featuring food trucks providing food made from local Tokyo ingredients and farmer’s markets selling fresh local ingredients, will open in Hibiya Park.
- Entertainment events such as food-themed movie events and parent-child sculpting workshops led by sculptors will be held.
- The event that was held on Gyoko-dori Street last year exhibiting Tokyo-grown flowers is scheduled to be held this year in Hibiya Park, with the flowers distributed on the final day.
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