Calling all Japanese cuisine chefs!!
The Washoku World Challenge is a cooking contest which is hosted by the Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries of Japan.
The chefs will be competing with their recipes and cooking.
This year’s theme is “ichiju-issai”, which means a combination of a bowl of rice, a bowl of soup, and one dish.
The first step is the initial screening.
All you have to do is fill out the entry form and send in your recipe.
Once you pass this first step, you will be asked to newly submit a more detailed recipe.
The final competition will be held in Tokyo.
The ten finalists who pass the recipe screening will receive return flight tickets to Japan. They will also receive hotel stays for three nights.
In the final competition, the top three contestants will be rewarded for their efforts with trophies from the Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries. In addition, all finalists will have the opportunity to participate in various training courses to learn about “the Finest in Japan” before and after the competition.
Don’t miss this wonderful opportunity. We are looking forward to your participation!