Sushi, Tempura, Sashimi, Okonomiyaki....if you are a Japanese food lover you simply cannot miss the International Festival UTAGE 2017 in Osaka, one of the greatest food expos of Japan that will allow you to explore Japan's huge diversity of flavors!
- Get tickets to this unique food expo that is only held once every 4 years
- Taste the diversity of flavors from all corners of Japan
- Nurture your body and mind with delicious food and knowledge about Japan's vibrant food culture
- Visit the exhibition of Japanese festivals and flavors
Japanese food is one of the most popular cuisines all over the world, and it has even been recently inscribed in UNESCO's list of intangible cultural heritages of humanity; and yet, Japanese food offered outside of Japan is often lacking in authenticity and except from popular dishes like sushi or tempura, non-Japanese end up being deprived of the huge diversity and richness of Japanese food.
Whether you are an all time Japanese food lover, or have just recently discovered Japanese food, a visit to the International Festival UTAGE 2017 in Osaka scheduled to take place between April 28 to May 7 2017 will blow your mind. It is one of the largest food expos in Japan, and it only takes place every 4 years. This year's theme is: “Festivals of Japan; Comparison of Flavors of Japan” which will feature an Utage, a feast, where both foreign visitors and Japanese alike will be able to enjoy a huge variety of Japanese dishes as well as get a taste of the Matsuri, or festival culture, which is so intertwined with food.
The expo will include different pavilions featuring local foods from all corners of Japan, a live stage, a pavilion dedicated to dietary education and food trends as well as endless food stalls with such a great variety of food that it will deeply broaden your understanding of washoku (Japanese food).
Don't miss the chance to indulge in delicious Japanese food, gain knowledge of one of the world's most popular cuisines. Get your tickets through our reservation system and save your spot!
"※ Important Ticket Delivery & Pickup Information - Please Read Carefully ※
1. Standard Ticket Delivery
Ticket delivery is included in the price of your ticket. We will deliver the tickets to your hotel, and the tickets will be available for pickup from your hotel concierge when you check-in. If you would like us to deliver the tickets to your hotel, please provide us with the following information:
- Hotel name
- The full name used for your reservation
- Check-in date
- We need at least 3 business days for delivery. If placing a last minute booking within 3 days of your visit, or if we don't get your hotel information soon enough, you'll need to collect your tickets from our Tokyo office unless you book the optional ""Same Day Delivery Service to Tokyo Hotels"" service (described below).
- If you are not staying at a hotel, you are required to pickup the tickets from our office.
2. Optional: Same Day Delivery Service to Tokyo Hotels
We offer same day ticket delivery to central Tokyo hotels if the booking is placed before 17:00 JST. The same day delivery service is only available to hotels with a concierge. The tickets will be delivered to your hotel within 3 hours of us accepting your order; please note that this does not mean the tickets are delivered within 3 hours of you placing your order.
If you are interested in the same day delivery service, please also book the ""Same Day Delivery Service to Tokyo Hotels"" option with your tickets.
3. Ticket Pickup:
If you are not staying at a hotel, book within 3 days of the ticket date, or prefer to pickup your tickets, you can collect your tickets from our Tokyo office in Shibuya. Our office is located 6 minutes (on foot) from Shibuya station.
(English) Miyamasu ON Building 5th floor, 1-15-8 Shibuya, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo
(Japanese) 〒150-0002 東京都渋谷区渋谷 1-15-8 宮益 ON ビル 5F
Detailed Directions (Shibuya station to Voyagin): http://voyag.in/shibuya-station-to-voyagin-office
Google Map (Shibuya station to Voyagin): http://voyag.in/voyagin-google-map"
Intex Osaka (International Exhibition Center, Osaka, at Nanko)