Thursday, 27 October 2016

Food Japan 2016 to encourage healthy eating, Japanese style

From 27th – 29th October, Food Japan, ASEAN’s leading exhibition for Japanese F&B related products and services, launched a celebration of Japanese food, which focuses on three key areas – Health, Innovation, and Productivity.


Visitors can check out over 1000 items from 300 exhibitors from 40 prefectures and can look forward to a wide variety of signature Japanese F&B products, innovative products and services, and new-to-market brands. The event also offers visitors the opportunity for in-depth hands-on workshops conducted by Japanese and local experts.


The event was previously known as Oishii Japan, and it is the 5th edition of the regional F&B showcase, rebranded this year to reflect its expanded portfolio and scope. Food Japan 2016 targets 11,000 visitors this year, a close to 10% increase from last year.

Food Japan will welcome both public and trade visitors on 29 October. Visitors can look forward to a rare opportunity to better understand, appreciate and purchase the diverse variety of products and services in Food Japan. Workshops will also be conducted during the day, including a Temari Zushi and Matcha Tiramisu Hands-on Workshop by ABC Cooking Studio Singapore and a Miniature Teishoku Hands-on Workshop by Polkaros, a lifestyle brand based in Tokyo that combines influences from Japanese traditional crafts with modern zakka goods.


Food Japan 2016

Date and Time:

27 – 28 October : 10am – 5:30pm daily (Open to Trade Only)

29 October : 11am – 4:30pm (Open to Trade & Public)


Suntec Singapore Convention & Exhibition Centre

Hall 401 – 402, 1 Raffles Boulevard, Suntec City, Singapore 039593

Admission Fees:



Free admission for pre-registration at by 24 October 2016

SGD20 for on-site registration

SGD4 per pax

Free entry for children 12 years old and below

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Food Japan 2016 to encourage healthy eating, Japanese style

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