Wondering what to do during this weekend? Head down to rural Clevedon for the annual Clevedon A&P Show. 9am - 5pm
Taste of Japan was held at Auckland Museum to give the attendees an idea of Japanese food and culture. There was a movie screening of Studio Ghlibi's Ponyo, sushi making workshop, tatami making demonstrations, and many more. We were there with our organic tofu which were popular with the Japanese community. There were also several Japanese restaurants who were serving their best menu at the event, such as Takara Ramen and Soi. Those who went surely had a good meal!
Have a 'taste' of Japanese culture and food! Performances such as taiko, demonstrations such as wagashi making, workshops such as origami and sushi making, and many more!
Visit Taste of Japan 2012 at Auckland Museum on 27/10/12.
We will be having a food stall there, so come visit us! Organic tofu and vegan food available.
The exhibitor passes for The Food Show arrived today. It's here!
Thurs 2 Aug – Sun 5 Aug
10am – 6pm Thurs – Sat
10am – 5pm Sun
We are going to Auckland's favourite food show.
What's going to be special there:
- Introduction of Vege Tofu (no, not of our business name, but of the product). It's Fresh Organic Tofu with carrot and spirulina. A first in NZ!
- New product launch. There's a new product that we have making, and it will be launched at the show. A 100% vegan product, we are sure many vegans would be interested in it. It is not available in NZ, so another first! In fact, it does not seem to be available in Australia/NZ region, and slightly further up into Asia.
We will be at NZ Multicultural Festival this Sunday 22/4/12. Do visit our stall if you are going :)
Venue:TelstraClear Pacific Events Centre,
770 Great South Rd, Manukau City CBD
Time: 11am - 5pm
Public entry is free (you will have to pay for carpark)
Visited our stall at Japan Day 2012? Tried our Hiyayakko and found it おいしい (delicious in Japanese)? Or were you one of those who bought 3 packs of 絹ごし(kinugoshi - soft tofu) right after eating the hiyayakko?
Did not manage to take any photos :( There were so many cultural stalls from karuta to shogi to aikido and more. Would have been great to have a game of shogi with the master or learn some origami folding. Even watching the tea ceremony would probably have been great fun. Am sure those who went to ASB Showgrounds enjoyed the day.
Anyway, thanks to all who visited our stall and we hope to see you again next year!