Cosplayers add flavour to Japan food fair

Cosplayers performing at the Cold Storage Oishi Festival Atrium Fair at Plaza Singapura yesterday. Among the food offerings at the fair were crispy croquettes and beef rice bowls, as well as Hokkaido cheesecakes and lavender ice cream. The festival w
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Cosplayers performing at the Cold Storage Oishi Festival Atrium Fair at Plaza Singapura yesterday. Among the food offerings at the fair were crispy croquettes and beef rice bowls, as well as Hokkaido cheesecakes and lavender ice cream. The festival will be at Plaza Singapura till Sunday and in all Cold Storage stores islandwide till next Thursday. It features a variety of products imported from Japan, such as craft alcohol, Japan-grown rice and fruits. Takami melons and Momo peaches that have been cultivated in carefully conditioned environments will be among the fruits on sale. Budding chefs can also learn how to prepare a healthy bento set with award-winning "Little Miss Bento" Shirley Wong at selected stores. The cosplayers will be at the Ngee Ann City and Paragon Market Place outlets on Saturday at 1.30pm and 4.30pm respectively.

A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Straits Times on July 06, 2017, with the headline 'Cosplayers add flavour to Japan food fair'. Print Edition | Subscribe