Créditos de foto: Tokyo Tokyo Delicious Museum

Tokyo Tokyo Delicious Museum 2025

A festival to enjoy Tokyo’s cuisine

Venue: Stone & Light Plaza, Flower Plaza When: Mid May 2025

Satisfy your inner foodie at "Tokyo Tokyo Delicious Museum" festival, a food festival dedicated to celebrating and promoting Tokyo's outstanding cuisine.

In addition to booths from famous Tokyo-based Michelin-listed restaurants, the festival will also feature a wide variety of washoku (traditional Japanese cuisine), world cuisine, and special products from all over Japan.

Please note that all payments at the event are cashless. Review the accepted forms of payment before you visit.

KITCHEN TATAMI

Mapo tofu from Shisen Hanten
Mapo tofu from Shisen Hanten (Créditos de foto: Tokyo Tokyo Delicious Museum)

In 2024, the Tokyo Tokyo Delicious Museum will introduce a 40-meter long floor called the KICHEN TATAMI where you can enjoy cuisine from long-established restaurants and up-and-coming eateries. These restaurants offer course meals (prior reservation required, from 18:00-19:30) and a la carte menus.

  • GENEI.WAGAN (high-end and unique ramen)
  • Ponte Carbo (innovative Italian-Japanese fusion cuisine)
  • Shisen Hanten (Chinese Sichuan cuisine)
  • Shojin Cuisine DAIGO (Vegetarian Buddhist-style dishes)

Tokyo Delicious Zone

Garlic shrimp PAELLA from Tsukishima SPAINCLUB
Garlic shrimp PAELLA from Tsukishima SPAINCLUB (Créditos de foto: Tokyo Tokyo Delicious Museum)

The venue will also be home to a variety of popular restaurants that serve world-class Japanese and international cuisine. Enjoy a la carte menus of Korean, French, Italian, Japanese (yakiniku, curry, eel, etc.), Chinese, Mexican, Peruvian, and Spanish food. The area also has a vegan option at HAL YAMASHITA TOKYO and gluten free options at FANCL BROWN RICE MEALS.

Unakotsu ramen from Yamada's Unagi
Unakotsu ramen from Yamada's Unagi (Créditos de foto: Tokyo Tokyo Delicious Museum)

Edo Food Stall Zone

Sushi RYUTA
Sushi RYUTA (Créditos de foto: Tokyo Tokyo Delicious Museum)

The Edo Food Stall Zone is modeled after traditional food stalls from the Edo Period (1603-1868). Here, you can enjoy soba (buckwheat noodles), sushi, and unagi (eel).

Food Journey Zone

Red curry noodles from naramahorobakan
Red curry noodles from naramahorobakan (Créditos de foto: Tokyo Tokyo Delicious Museum)

In the Food Journey Zone, you can explore dishes from restaurants across Japan, namely Italian cuisine from Yamagata and Akita, wild game dishes from Yamanashi, and cafe eats from Nara.

Market & Workshop

HELLO! DONUTS
HELLO! DONUTS (Créditos de foto: Tokyo Tokyo Delicious Museum)

Aside from restaurants, the event will also have a Market & Workshop space where you can shop and join activities. The shops sell wagashi (traditional Japanese sweets), bento (boxed lunches), senbei (rice crackers), traditional lacquerware, donuts, and other speciality goods.

In terms of workshops, you can try your hand at plastic food model-making, painting plates, making aroma candles from waste oil, and more.

Overview

Schedule

May 17, 2024 (Fri) 11:00-21:30 (L.O. 21:00)

May 18, 2024 (Sat) 11:00-21:30 (L.O. 21:00)

May 19, 2024 (Sun) 11:00-21:30 (L.O. 21:00)

Market & Workshop (Flower Plaza): 11:00-19:00

Venue Symbol Promenade Park, Ariake (in front of Tokyo Big Sight)
Créditos de foto: Tokyo Tokyo Delicious Museum

Event details

https://tokyotokyo-delicious-museum.jp/english/

Cómo llegar

Shinjuku Station → JR Saikyo Line >> Rinkai Line → Tokyo Big Sight Station (approximately 27 minutes)

Tokyo Station → Ueno Tokyo Line / JR Yamanote Line / JR Yokosuka Line → Shimbashi Station → Yurikamome → Ariake Station (approximately 28 minutes)

Ikebukuro Station → JR Saikyo Line >> Rinkai Line → International Exhibition Center Station (approximately 31 minutes)

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