Photo: Geoff Day
Aug 29th
Photo: Geoff Day

Free Virtual Event: Udon Tour in Kagawa Prefecture 2020

Udon know how excited we are to share this with you!

Venue: Kagawa, Japan When: Saturday - Aug 29th 2020

Join expert udon noodle masters as they share their secrets in this one-time virtual event as Japan Travel teams up with the Savor Japan project to help you experience Kagawa prefecture's most famous food.

Facebook Event page (website)

Our live tour will give attendees an understanding of how udon is made through live demonstrations and an insight into its history. We will also offer plenty of chances to view the stunning scenery that Kagawa has to offer, including one of the famous temples Zentsuji.

The event will be conducted over Zoom, so come along on the journey with us from the comfort of your home. Attendees are welcome to participate on the tour with questions and feedback along the way!

Live via Zoom Webinar: Available August 29th, 2:00 pm JST (requires Zoom application)

Tour Itinerary (Schedule subject to change)

14:00 - Opening and Introductions 14:10 - Kagawa sightseeing and information 14:20 - Udon introduction and tasting 14:35 - Zentsuji Temple / Pilgrimage 14:45 - Udon creation and demonstration 15:05 - Closing / Question and Answer

All About Udon (website)

Kotobus Online Tours (website)

SAVOR Japan (website) (YouTube)

Regional areas where you can enjoy the best of Japanese dining and discover things related to foods are certified as “Savor Japan” by the Minister of Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry, and Fisheries.

Savor Japan certification is designed to draw attention to the local brand that comes from the numerous farming, mountain and fishing villages throughout Japan where food is a way of life, and lead to an increase in interpersonal exchanges through a deeper discovery of Japanese cuisine and the enjoyment of unforgettable experiences in authentic Japanese food culture.

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Kim 3 years ago
Really enjoyed the tour - the way it was conducted made it feel like you were right there for the journey. Super fun!
Sleiman Azizi 3 years ago
Having attended, I can say there is a bright future with these tours. Well done folks.
Luca De Pasquale 3 years ago
This is the dawn of a new and bright way to experience Japan for those who cannot travel to it
Elizabeth S 3 years ago
What a way to bring a personal touch to learning about food culture.
Kim 3 years ago
History, culture, food, nature...all without leaving my couch? Good deal!

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