VOV.VN - At first glance, Onigiri- Japanese rice balls- seem too ordinary to represent the quintessence of Japan’s cooking arts, unlike a colorful tray of sushi.
(VOV) - A new restaurant located at Thu Khoa Huan Street in District 1 of Ho Chi Minh City next to iconic Ben Thanh Market features a mix of Asian street food fare with plenty of Vietnamese specialties such as Anh Sau, Chu Teo and Chi Ba.
(VOV) - As many as 770 Japan restaurants are operating in Vietnam, including more than 400 in HCM City, creating fiercer completion in the highly lucrative market, according to the Japan External Trade Organization (JETRO).
In addition to a wide selection of sushi hand rolls and maki, Sushi Koi also specialises in grilled food served with a side of soya sauce. Minh Thu reports.
(VOV) -A large-scale Japanese food court “Hokkaido Village” is set to open in Ho Chi Minh City in October with the aim of promoting culinary culture and image of Japan's second largest island in Vietnam.
(VOV) -A Japanese business delegation visited Ho Chi Minh City on March 19 to seek trade partners in distribution and outsourcing industries.
Kobune Sushi might be located in a megamall, but the marine-themed restaurant offers a more authentic sushi experience than many other Japanese establishments in the capital city.