The 9th Annual Japanese Food Festival – Tomorrow 10/25, 11am-3pm: Downtown LA

Do we have any Japanese food lovers in the house? The 9th Annual Japanese Food Festival will take place at the Kyoto Grand Hotel and Gardens in Downtown LA tomorrow from 11am-3pm. I’ve never been to this before, but looking at the pictures, this event has some serious potential. Tickets are $50 a pop. According to the website, attendees will be able to indulge in a tremendous array of Japanese foods and beverages including sushi, sashimi, yakitori, tempura, curry, noodles, beer, sake, shochu, tea, and more! The most astonishing demonstration of the event will be a filleting show. A six foot long tuna will be cut into fillets right in front of your eyes. Only highly trained and thoroughly experienced sushi chefs can perform this job. In addition, there will be a “40 foot long Mega Sushi Roll” making event which up to 40 people can participate.

Details: -All you can eat -Advanced ticket are $50.00. Buy presale tickets here. (deadline 10/24 @ 4pm) or buy tickets at the door. -Tickets are limited to 700 guests! -Win raffle prizes! – All winners will be chosen from those who participate in the survey. -Gift bags will be given to the all guests. Activities: -Sushi chef contest -Big tuna filleting show -Taiko drum show -Koto music -Jazz music -“40 foot long Mega Sushi Roll” group event 9th Annual Japanese Food Festival website Kyoto Grand Hotel and Gardens website 120 S Los Angeles St Los Angeles, CA 213.629.1200 hotel phone number 213.687.4055 festival contact number Map and Directions

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