This year, each store will open in an area divided into seven genres: "local," "world," "curry," "ramen," "dumplings," "karaage," and "sweets." There is also a "Pou Selection Area" that carefully selects recommended menus that do not fit into the genre, and a "Tama Area" and "Beer" area in Tachikawa, where you can enjoy the menus of each store by genre.
From the store opening menu released today, we will introduce the menu you are interested in.
◆ Mie / Toyoken "Black Curry" (Curry)
Traditional menu of Mie's long-established Western restaurant "Toyoken". It is a popular menu that was lined up when the store opened last time, and it takes about a month to complete. Unlike the black appearance, it has a mellow taste that brings out the original sweetness and umami of Matsusaka beef.
◆ Toyama / Menya Iroha "Toyama Black Black Soy Sauce Ramen" (Ramen)
A ramen with a light taste that is contrary to its appearance, using a black sauce that is made by boiling secret fish sauce for a long time and a whole chicken soup that is carefully finished with whole chicken and vegetables. At the Tokyo Ramen Show, it recorded the number one sales for the third consecutive year.
◆ Ibaraki / Ibaraki Food Culture Study Group "Melon Curry" (Sweets)
"Melon Curry", which uses abundant special product melon, will be released this year as well. The bright green color of the melon flesh is impressive. It looks like it takes a little courage to eat, but it seems that the sweetness of the melon goes well with the curry. Please note that the store opening area is "sweets".
◆ "Ice Cornet" (sweets) originated in Shizuoka and Hamamatsu
A new texture sweet that you can enjoy the collaboration of two, hot "cornet type" fried bread and cold ice cream. This year, it will be sold in the "Manpaku version".
◆ Kanagawa / Sankt Gallen "Shonan Gold" (local)
It is a sweet beer that uses "phantom orange Shonan Gold" from Kanagawa prefecture, and it is said that even the burp after drinking will have an orange flavor. The store is open in the local area.
The admission fee for Manpaku is 400 yen in advance and 500 yen on the day. We also sell coupon tickets. Eating and drinking charges at the venue are required separately. The event will be held from May 18th to June 3rd (rainy weather, canceled in case of stormy weather).