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Try French Japanese Dining  At A Colonial House

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French and Japanese is a good collaboration!! Do you want to try this?

Surrounded by lush greenery amongst the historical beauty of Fort Canning Park, in the absence of metal and concrete of the city, lies the magnificent Lewin Terrace. On one very lucky evening, I had the most wonderful opportunity of tasting Executive Chef, Keisuke Matsumoto’s mind-blowing, and taste-buds-explosive creations. That night, I left dinner absolutely satisfied. Poised in …

Source: Lewin Terrace: Marvelous French-Japanese Dining Experience In A Colonial House

The 1st Raindrop Cake Lands In Singapore At Westgate!

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Have you ever heard of Mizu Shinken Mochi? It is known in Japan and this Raindrop cake is originated in Japan. Even it named Raindrop cake but it is not actually a cake. It is more like a Jelly. When you put in your mouth, it will melt in your mouth. You must try this once 🙂

The Raindrop Cake itself is tasteless, to mimic the taste of rainwater, accompanied by Kinako (roasted soybean powder) and brown sugar syrup by the side for additional flavours. Soo Bing Bing offers 3 types of Raindrop Cake: Original ($4), Matcha Sauce ($4.80) and a DIY version ($6) with choice of 3 toppings.

Soo Bing Bing
Westgate, 3 Gateway Drive #03-01, Singapore 608532 (Jurong East MRT)
Opening Hours: 5pm – 10pm (Sun-Thu), 1pm – 10.30pm (Fri-Sat)

Source: Soo Bing Bing – 1st Raindrop Cake Lands In Singapore At Westgate –

There is a new online sake service in Singapore

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Now you can get Sake more easily in Singapore!

Rare and seasonal editions stored in a snow cave for a year are being offered by a new online sake service in Singapore.

Introduced by Sisi Limited, the Sakemaru service delivers premium sakes to customers every month. Subscriptions are priced from S$50 (US$37) a month, and to mark the launch a trial promotion is being offered at a 50 per cent discount for the first month.

Offical Sites: SAKEMARU

Source: Singapore home to unique online sake service – Inside Retail Asia

International Sushi Day is coming up on June 18th

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Come and get a California Roll at Kabuki Restaurant and celebrate the International Sushi Day

Source: International Sushi Day | Kabuki Restaurant

The Japan Food Town will open in Singapore in July 2016

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There are 16 restaurants in total and you can eat from $10. If you are crazy about Japanese food, head on down to Wisma Atria in July!

Hokkaido Izakaya
Sushi Takewaka

Source: Massive 628-pax Japan Food Town opening at Wisma Atria level 4 in July 2016 | Mothership.SG

Japanese Horror Movie will be upcoming on June 23

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People who are very brave, you should watch this!

Plot for Sadako VS Kayako

University student Yuri Kurahashi and her friend chance upon the cursed videotape of Sadako (“The Ring”) and both are doomed to die in two days. Meanwhile, high school girl Suzuka Takagi is drawn towards the Saeki house, not knowing that once inside she will be stepping into the bounds of Kayako’s (“Ju On”) curse. The two girls later meet through a medium, Keizo Tokiwa, who proposes to pit the ghosts against one another to end the curses once and for all. He lures them to the same location and a deadly battle ensues. However, something terrible and unexpected happens during the battle.


source:Sadako VS Kayako(2016)/

JAPAN FOOD FAIR in Isetan Singapore

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Enjoy Japan delicacies at our Japan Food Fair, happening from 27 May to 2 June at Isetan Scotts Supermarket, Basement. See you there!

Source: Isetan Singapore

Japanese Speech Contest 2016

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This contest aims to encourage Japanese language learners to strive for greater excellence as well as deepen understanding and relationships between Singapore and Japan.

Source: Japanese Speech Contest 2016

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