Taste of Japan
Our “Taste of” series are back! Young Professionals kicked off the new year by enjoying authentic Japanese food!
On the 23rd, a group of 25 YPers came together at Itadaki Boston on Newbury Street for “Taste of Japan.” We gathered in a private room in the basement and had exquisite buffet-style Japanese tapas including ginger salad, Japanese spring rolls, pan fried gyoza, potato croquettes, boiled chicken and lotus root, and sushi rice.
Akira Muto, Consul General of Japan in Boston, was our guest speaker, and he spoke about his experiences as a diplomat. Also, we had the head chef of the restaurant give a few remarks about the delicious Japanese food that we were served.
While we were enjoying our authentic food, we also played a fun game of trivia in which fun questions about Japan were asked. Some examples of the questions include: What is the name of the academic and research arm of the UN, established in 1973 in Tokyo? United Nations University! What is the name of the tallest mountain in Japan called? Mt. Fuji! What does Itadaki mas mean? “Thank you for your life (everything).”
All in all, it was a fun night of good food and good company! Check out more photos from the evening here and make sure to join our upcoming events!
Posted on January 25, 2013, in Young Professionals, Young Professionals: "Taste of..." and tagged Consul General of Japan, japanese food, Taste Of, Taste Of event, taste of japan, una-gb young professionals, young professionals, YP, yp event. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.