Boasting an array of unique culinary and cultural experiences, this event is the perfect platform to introduce the local cuisine and culture, while sharing the value of Vietnamese culinary culture with domestic and international visitors alike.

Across the 70 stalls, visitors can find specialties from three different regions of the country, as well as OCOP products from Phu Tho province. One Commune One Product (OCOP) is an initiative that promotes the unique and traditional products of local communities, many of which have been passed down through generations. Visitors to the stalls will be able to get a taste of the culture and heritage of the region, while also supporting local businesses.

Visitors will be delighted by an array of spectacular performances from renowned culinary artist Matsuo Tomoyuki, president of the Japan–Vietnam Culinary Association (JVGA), and artisan Le Thi Thiet, chairman of the Nam Dinh Culinary Culture Association. Immerse yourself in a unique experience of culinary art as these acclaimed chefs showcase their extraordinary craft.

The stunning gastronomic demonstration put on by two skilled artisans will be the highlight of the Japanese-Vietnamese culinary exchange programme, aiming to introduce the local dish of bagridae of Phu Tho province.

Visitors to the five-day event will have the chance to experience more than just culinary spaces. They will also be entertained with performances of Xoan and Ca Tru singing, Quan Ho Bac Ninh folk songs from the north, and Don ca tai tu, a form of amateur music from the south.