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All the things to eat at the Sakura Days Japan Fair this weekend

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DH Vancouver Staff Apr 09, 2018 2:45 pm 3,441

The Sakura Days Japan Fair is one of the biggest celebrations of a month-long festival (April 3 – April 29) celebrating the cherry blossom and the spring season, and it’s going down this weekend.

While attendees of the fest can expect amazing spectacles and live performances celebrating all things Japanese culture, we are really most excited about the food that will be up for grabs on April 14 and 15.

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Please note that food vendors will be spread out in different buildings/areas at VanDusen this weekend. You can check out this handy map when planning where you want to start the food fest first.

Here are all the things to eat at the Sakura Days Japan Fair this weekend:

  • Mogu – Japanese Street Eats (sweet & spicy fried chicken)
  • Teriyaki Boys (teriyaki chicken rice bowl)
  • JAPADOG (hot dogs, poutine)
  • Coconama Chocolate
  • Chado Teahouse
  • Baker & Table Cafe
  • Kanadell Japanese Bakery
  • Hatchan Takoyaki
  • ICHIYO’s Matcha Bar (matcha latte, iced matcha)
  • Japanese Crepe Sasuke (luxury crepe)
  • Koyuki Sapporo Ramen (karaage, pumpkin croquette)
  • Potato San (deep fried spiral shaped potato)
  • Taka catering Inc (ramen, green tea)
  • Tangram Creamery Ltd (gyoza, beef rice burgers)
  • Vancouver Mikoshi Sakurakai Society (Japanese curry, sakura mochi-rice cake)
  • Zakkushi (yakitori)

Sakura Days Japan Fair

When: April 14 from 11 am to 7 pm; April 15 from 11 am to 5 pm

Where: VanDusen Botanical Garden – 5251 Oak Street (37th & Oak), Vancouver

Price: $4.25 – $14; buy online

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