A festival dedicated to the weirdly addictive and mouth-numbing spice from China’s Sichuan district. Chefs from Japan and China will be serving up tempting plates to showcase the spice, with a wide range of styles and dishes available.
What is there to eat?
Try steamed buns, spicy noodles, mapo tofu (mabo dofu), hotpot, and more — with dishes starting from around ¥500. It’s a great chance to try the most authentic dishes around as some of the city’s high-end restaurants from Ginza, alongside traditional Sichuan chefs, will be there.
What else happens?
There will be cultural performances and a lottery. You can apply for the lottery on the official website.Organizers may cancel events, alter schedules, or change admission requirements without notice. Always check official sites before heading to an event.