In the afternoon of January 21st, 2017, Bakery and Confectionery Manufacturers Association in Kinki region, in coordination with the International Cooperation Department – the University of Danang (UD), held Japanese Confectionery Festival with the participation of many artisan bakers from the land of cherry blossoms.
Throughout the festival, there were many exciting and excellent activities as an introduction to the industry of making cakes in Japan, the confectionery exhibition and enjoyment, making confectionery with the artisans.
It is known that for years, UD and the Japanese partners (including government agencies, universities, businesses, educational institutions and etc ...) has established many good cooperation in the areas of academic, scientific and cultural exchanges.
With the meticulous and picky products, the festival was a great opportunity for the young people who love the country of Japan and studying Japanese language to practice with native speakers, talking on the topics relating to food and the culture of Phu Tang homeland.
Let’s see some photos of the Japanese Confectionery Festival at UD:
Many young people were queuing to register in Festival. With each order of registration, participants were assigned to groups to practice on how to make candy
Youth were enjoying candy at the Festival
Mr. Amano Osamu – Chairman of Bakery and Confectionery Manufacturers Association in Kinki regiongave remarks at the Festival
Japanese artisans at the Festival
After the opening ceremony, artisans were performing baking art.A meticulous and pickyproduct was made
Japan country is famous for different distinctive confectionery
Young people were watching way to make famous Dorayaki donuts of Doraemon Cat
Young people experienced making cakes with artisans
Shared in the Festival, Chau Thi Hai Hoc (staff of Information Technology in Global Design Company) said: “Thanks to social network - facebook, I know about this festival and register to participate. Here, I get to experience many unique confectionery flavors. Overall, Japanese confectionery has beautiful shape, eye-catching colors and full of Japanese identity. However, its taste is fairly sweet than my taste in particular and Vietnamese in general.