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A Taste of Traditional Japan in NYC

The MTC Kitchen, located only a stone's throw from Grand Central Terminal at 711 3rd Ave, will be featuring some unique Japanese delicacies, sweets, and traditional crafts from Ishikawa Prefecture.
A Taste of Ishikawa Prefecture in New York runs from October 14 through November 1st, 2013, highlights unique goods from the scenic region which overlooks the Sea of Japan, such as lacquerware bento boxes (bring you lunch to work in style), Warosoku candles, Kutani sake glasses and glassware, sake carafes, and soup bowls, all perfect for giving your drab kitchen a touch of traditional Japanese beauty. Not to mention that during the fair, all products from Ishikawa will have discounts up to 20% off.

For those of you that are a little hungry, after 2PM each day of the fair, specialty dishes from Ishikawa will be presented for tasting, like broiled mackerel, eel, ishiri-shoyu (a regionally exclusive fish-sauce with a strong umami flavor), Kaga Miso (a miso paste rich in color which has a rustic flavor that's great for soups), fried tofu, traditional sweets, and more.

Come to MTC Kitchen to get a taste of Ishikawa's traditional wares and flavors!

A Taste of Ishikawa Prefecture in New York
October 14 - November 1, 2013

MTC Kitchen
711 3rd Ave
New York, NY 10017

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