August 12, 2022

Seattle Japanese Restaurant Day Festival Kicks Off Jan. 11

SEATTLE, January 12, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — Japanese Restaurant Day Begins in Seattle to January 11, 2021 and continues on February 11 and March 11. The celebration of Japanese cuisine will take place in at least ten Seattle restaurants to promote Japanese cuisine and all its unique and delicious ingredients. The Festival will introduce gourmets to a distinct cuisine ranging from sushi and sashimi to traditional hot dishes. The Consulate General of Japan in Seattle is the sponsor of the event. Participating restaurants will offer special menus and free miso soup on the 11th of each month.

“The 11th of every month will be Japanese Restaurant Days,” the spokesperson said. Ryōsuke Komori. “Look carefully at number 11. Doesn’t it look like the shape of chopsticks? We invite you to try the incredible and memorable Japanese restaurants in the area. Japanese food culture has become increasingly popular, thanks to the shows cookery and the Netflix series. midnight dinner and Midnight dinner in Tokyo. Positive word of mouth Seattle residents inspire everyone to partake in the variety of Japanese cuisine choices.”

Japanese cuisine is said to be healthy and well balanced. A traditional Japanese meal includes fish, lots of vegetables, noodles, tempura, and miso soup with wholesome, fermented ingredients, often made from seaweed. Diners will see variations of tofu dishes and other nutrient-dense dishes, which always come with a small portion of rice. For 2021, the Japanese diet is the perfect choice because it’s fun to eat and can reduce obesity rates, improving quality of life. Japanese cuisine is also creatively served on wooden plates and boards, which are very pleasing to the eye.

Sashimi and sushi are the kings and queens of Japanese culinary vocabulary. They are served with seaweed, which is full of healthy minerals. Ramen is trendy and sought after. Matcha green tea is also a gourmet ingredient and is found in many drinks and dishes. Yakitori, takoyaki and mochi are also becoming increasingly popular.

The program also includes a webinar featuring from Seattle legendary Japanese chefs. The Festival includes a monthly photo contest, which can be found on Instagram. The photo contest invites diners to share photos taken at participating restaurants, whether indoors or while picking up and eating takeout. In January, participation in the competition is opened by January 24, 2021. January winners will be announced on social media on the 25thand and rewarded with prizes including beautiful Urushi-Nuri chopsticks from Japan.

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