Business Focus: Digital events during the pandemic

In 2020 we had a very special year and also for those who like us work in marketing there was an invasion of digital events. We experienced new ways to stay in touch, new ways to embrace each other, new ways to study and work. These are not ways of living and working that we should never have known, on the contrary! The year 2020, said in a very positive way, has accelerated many of these processes. What can the positive pandemic bring us? Surely, looking at the situation, we can answer with "very little", but let's try to look beyond everything.

Digital events: opportunities during the pandemic

Author: SaiKaiAngel

Did this 2020 make the leap into the future shorter? Definitely yes! As for us at Japan Italy Bridge, for passion or need, we made sure to stay afloat and continue to present our proposals ... online!

Anyway, we were already organized and prepared for this, considering the sentence we always said when introducing ourselves as "The future is online". Now, we are sure that that phrase, which we were waiting for it to become our daily heritage maybe in a while, has suddenly become customary good from this moment! We at Japan Italy Bridge are committed, waiting to be able to physically embrace you again, to build and propose digital events and situations that can give you emotions, if not equal, but similar to physical ones.

eventi digitali

We have experienced, during the lockdown, many online events such as school, work, webinars, meetings, often seeing them as something new and more exciting than the online presence. Why? Simply because we are facing something new. Before we get used to this too, let's try to exploit the enthusiasm in all its essence.

Digital Events

Let's talk about online events, for example. Yes, because apart from the online work we have always done, events were the only thing we kept offline and based only on the presence of people. While waiting to do it again, we looked for online solutions that could actually, for the moment, create if not the same enthusiasm, something similar.

How do you organize an online event?

First of all, you have to focus on the guests, just like the event in the presence, nothing changes! You have to identify the people who might be interested in that event and become an interesting link for companies that want to communicate their work to others.

What is the main goal of the online event?

The online event, like the offline one, is to reach as many interested people as possible. You have to make sure that you create the right platform and the right place for them to best facilitate their presentation and communication with other participants. The online event, therefore, becomes a favourable place to exchange opinions that can then become a tool for the contact between companies. One of the positive things we find in this is the reduction of organizational costs. It then becomes completely free without any problems of audio, lighting, culinary entertainment. The most important thing is to have a platform capable of holding and maintaining the event without problems and, certainly, a good connection. Among the most popular platforms are zoom and meet.

Another absolutely essential thing is the ability of the event's creator to entertain guests by ensuring that spaces and moments can be respected. In this case, we need a good "host" who is not very different from those we see on TV programmes. The presenter must be able not only to ensure that the times are respected but also to keep the enthusiasm high for the entire duration of the event, intervening when the situation fades away or when it becomes too bright. Nothing so different from the offline event, in short. This is proof that the creator of the event is part of a consolidated company capable of dealing with any type of situation.

At Japan Italy Bridge, for example, we focus on creating a bridge, as our name suggests, between Japan and Italy. Until this bridge can be built physically, as we have already done with our previous events, two random names "Japan meets Italy" and "Spindle". we are very keen to keep the interest and communication between these two nations high. For this reason we have studied how to make our events online and interesting.

Obviously, one of the things we think may be essential for a digital event, is not the payment, but at least the registration. Registration will allow us to have a closed list of participants and a beginning of moderation. The registration should at least contain the basic information: name, surname and an email to be contacted. In this way, you will be able to have not only a certain moderation of the event, but also a way to communicate suitable for your profile. The guest will not find a bedlam of people who are not interested in anything about the event, but only and only guests interested and enthusiastic to participate, listen and share.

Listening and sharing

eventi digitali

Let's not go so far from the offline event, in this case, the focus is always the same: finding people and companies interested in sharing. We all know how difficult it can be to connect companies of different nationalities, but we are also sure that Japan and Italy have a lot to share and feel united, otherwise, we would not do this job!

The online event should not be scary, if we look at this carefully, we will realize that it is not so different from the event in presence.

So what do we need to create an online event?

  • Identify people and/or companies that might be interested in the event.
  • Create the right environment to facilitate communication between them, perhaps by establishing a dialogue first.
  • Leave the guests in the right place and moderate the time available to them in order to make it the same for everyone.
  • To have a good interlocutor and manager of the event that can enforce time moments and keep up the enthusiasm of the audience.
  • To have the conviction to do the right thing, without being frightened by the difference between offline and online.

Whether it is on a digital platform and in presence, many things remain the same, one of which is enthusiasm.

Never lose your enthusiasm, it is what will allow you to live properly at any time, making the waiting less heavy and above all fruitful. You will learn to "feel" the enthusiasm of the other person and also to create new connections. make it a new challenge!

As for us at Japan Italy Bridge, we are ready to continue to build this bridge also digitally and then continue to do it in person.


Hiroshima, a prefecture waiting to be discovered

Japan Italy Bridge promotes Japan and creates a real bridge between Japan and Italy and today we focus on Hiroshima. The Japan National Tourism Organization promotes tourism and this month focuses on Hiroshima prefecture. Let's give a more in-depth look.

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Hiroshima, a prefecture waiting to be discovered

Author: SaiKaiAngel

History

Hiroshima

photo credits: un.org

The city of Hiroshima was founded in 1589, during the feudal period Sengoku by the Japanese daimyō Mōri Terumoto who made it the capital of his feud. After the battle of Sekigahara for territorial possessions, Terumoto had to surrender Hiroshima to the winner Tokugawa Ieyasu, who decided to have it administered by the daimyō Fukushima Masanori.

In 1871 the city became the capital of the homonymous prefecture and an important commercial and naval centre of Japan. At the end of the 19th century, Hiroshima witnessed further industrialization, which culminated with the war facilities erected during the Russian -Japanese war of 1904, and became Mazda's headquarters in 1920. In 1938 it became part of the broader war scenario of the Second World War. Unfortunately, on August 6, 1945, at 8:16 and 8 seconds, the bomb called Little Boy exploded at 576 meters, with a power equal to 12,500 tons of TNT. The nuclear explosion killed about 260,000 people and injured more than 160,000 in the months immediately following due to radiation.

The Territory

Hiroshima

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The centre lies on the harbour bay towards the sea of Aki-nada and the territory is hilly. Hiroshima has many islands such as Etajima-Nomi and Itsukushima and, inland, the territory becomes rockier with the Gosasou and Shiraki mountains as a road to the Ota River.

As JNTO also explains and assures, you can explore Japan in absolute safety! Visit Hiroshima without fear and in complete peace of mind, you will always be guaranteed the right distance, temperature detection in shops and places of interest, protection such as the mask. Do not risk anything, as the first interest of the person and the tourist there is always safety in every place.

Take advantage to visit this beautiful prefecture that gives us not only great emotions but also enchanting places that you will remember forever. Despite the tragedy caused by the explosion of the atomic bomb, Hiroshima had doubled its pre-war population in 1974 and was considered the "peace capital" of the world. Hiroshima is home to important attractions to visit absolutely, let's see them in detail.

Hiroshima Peace Memorial Park

Hiroshima

photo credits: theplanetsworld.com

Symbol of the need for eternal peace, it commemorates the numerous victims of the first nuclear attack and is located right in the epicentre of the explosion. Hiroshima Peace Memorial Park boasts many important monuments, museums related to the events of that day and its consequences. In addition to the beautiful gardens with their cherry blossoms, we find the Peace Memorial Museum, the Memorial Cenotaph, the Flame of Peace, and the Atom Bomb Dome with the ruins of the old Chamber of Industry and Commerce. A very interesting place is the Children's Peace Monument and the Monument to the victims of the Atom Bomb.

Shukkei-en Garden

Hiroshima

photo credits: theplanetsworld.com

The Shukkei-en Garden is a wonderful garden on the banks of the river Ōta. A space of peace and quiet desired by Asano Nagaakira in 1620. This garden was once the home of Emperor Meiji, and after the damage caused by the explosion in 1945, they literally flourished again in 1951 in all their beauty. The gardens opened to the public after being donated to the city in 1940 and, despite the heavy damage caused by the 1945 nuclear attack, the gardens reopened in all their former glory in 1951. Bridges, paths, a true landscape of calm and relaxation pampered by the sound of streams that draw from the river Ōta.

Hiroshima Peace Memorial Museum

Hiroshima

photo credits: theplanetsworld.com

The exhibitions focused on the explosion of the atomic bomb of the Peace Memorial Museum are very hard and very painful and are exhibited together with exhibitions that extol world peace. This museum is one of the sites that cannot be missed during your trip to Japan, both to experience the rebirth of a prefecture and to pay homage to those who lost their lives during the terrible bombing.

Hiroshima Castle

photo credits: theplanetsworld.com

The Castle of Hiroshima (Rijō), also known as Carp Castle, was the residence of Fukushima Masanori and then passed into the possession of the famous Asano Nagaakira in 1619. In the castle and in particular, in the tower, there is a museum about the history of the castle with images of Hiroshima. In the castle, we can also find three trees that survived the atomic bomb and a bunker used for radio transmissions after the explosion.

Itsukushima island sanctuary

Hiroshima

photo credits: theplanetsworld.com

Miyajima, the Sanctuary Island, is famous for the sanctuary of Itsukushima, dedicated to the princesses Ichikishimahime, Tagorihime and Tagitsu-hime, daughters of the wind god Susanoo. The buildings with the high tide, seem to float magically on the water because they are located on a bay supported by stilts. The show is not to be missed, a feast of colours, red wooden structures and white walls. Honden (Main Hall), Heiden (the offering hall). Haiden (the prayer hall), Senjokaku (the Hall of a Thousand Carpets) and Takabutai used for the Bugaku and Kagura dances are the places you cannot miss during your visit to Hiroshima.

Memorial Cathedral for World Peace

Hiroshima

photo credits: theplanetsworld.com

The Memorial Cathedral is one of the largest churches in Asia, built in 1954 by German Jesuit priest Hugo Lassalle from a design by Japanese architect Murano Tohgo. The Memorial Cathedral has four bells in the 46-meter tower, an organ provided by the city of Cologne and the bronze doors of Düsseldorf.

The Mitaki-dera temple

photo credits: theplanetsworld.com

One of the most beautiful temples in Hiroshima is Mitaki-dera. Built in 809 and rebuilt after the war, it is also famous for its beautiful gardens, which in autumn give a fiery red show to visitors. Also known as the Temple of the Three Falls for its location at the foot of Mount Mitaki, the temple is famous for its red lacquer pagoda, Tahoto and waterfalls.

Fudoin Temple

photo credits: japanvisitor.com

Another beautiful place to visit is the Temple of Fudoin, the architecture of the Muromachi period between the 14th and 16th century with a large main hall containing a carved statue designated as a national treasure.

Hiroshima museums

The city of Hiroshima and the whole prefecture are also famous for the many museums in the area. Below are the ones that we believe are unmissable on your trip to Hiroshima.

Hiroshima Prefectural Art Museum (Hiroshima Kenritsu Bijutsukan)

Hiroshima

photo credits: theplanetsworld.com

This Museum, opened in 1968, focuses on local artists with collections related to the atomic bombardment and a children's gallery.

Hiroshima Museum of Art

The Hiroshima Museum of Art consists of eight world-class art galleries. We can find the collection of paintings by European masters such as Monet, Renoir, Degas, Maillol and Picasso together with leading Japanese artists such as Ryohei Koiso and Yuzo Saeki.

Hiroshima City Asa Zoological Park

Hiroshima

photo credits: japantravel.com

Opened in 1971, the Asa Zoological Park is about 124 hectares large and is home to 170 species of animals, like minor pandas, Japanese giant salamanders, lions, giraffes and rhinos. A place to distract yourself from the other important places in Hiroshima and to entertain the mind, not only for children but also for adults!

Food and beverage

Obviously, with such an interesting trip, we can't forget to eat and drink and that's why Hiroshima gives us unique experiences here too! Not to be forgotten are five famous Sakaguras from Hiroshima thanks to which we can enjoy exceptional sake. Read carefully here for a unique experience in the Japanese tradition.

Honshu ichi - Brasserie UmedaCo., Ltd.

Category】Junmai Ginjo
【Ingredients】Rice, Koji rice (Senbon Nishiki / Hiroshima product)
【Polishing ratio】60%
【Alcohol content】 16.8 °
【Glucose density】 1.8
【Acidity】1.7
【Sake Gradation】 +5
【Aroma】Sweet fruity aroma
【Pairing】Fish in general, chicken, sweets with strong flavour such as cheesecake
【Features】
A Junmai Ginjo Sake produced by Hiroshima Prefecture, preparing "Senbon Nishiki" rice with Hiroshima Ginjo yeast. It is characterized by the fruity aroma of Ginjo sake, slightly sweet taste. It can be enjoyed with fish and cheese dishes.

‘Zoka’ - Kamoizumi Shuzo Co., Ltd. 創業 1912年 founded in 1912
【Category】Junmai
【Ingredients】Rice, Koji, Water (Rice: Yamadanishiki/100% Higashiroshima )
【Polishing ratio】65%
【Alcohol content】16°
【Glucose density】2.0%
【Acidity】1.8
【Sake Gradation】±0
【Aroma】Sweet chestnut, with a strong smell of rice and wheat.
【Pairing】Boiled tofu, sweet with citrus fruits, marinated food.
【Features】
Junmai Daiginjo is made from "Yamada Nishiki" sake rice grown in a field located about 6 km north of the brewery, using Saijo underground water and the Hiroshima Mori technique. The delicate aroma and sweetness of the transparent and gentle rice harmonize perfectly with the fresh acidity. You can enjoy it cooled with a thin cup or glass of wine. Sake certified with Saijo JAPAN brand)

Itteki Nyukon - KamotsuruCo., Ltd.

【Category】Junmai Ginjoshu
【Ingredients】Rice, Koji rice(100% Hiroshima rice)
【Polishing ratio】60%
【Alcohol Gradation】15 - 16 °
【Glucose density】1.0
【Acidity】1.6
【Sake Gradation】+3
【Sweet】Aroma
【Pairing】Sauté of chicken, Gelée of white peaches
【Features】
This sake has as first material the rice suitable for its preparation. A slightly dry Junmai Ginjo sake that goes well with foods with the right acidity, good both cold and hot.

Sempuku Shinriki 【Nickname】Filled with happiness - Brasserie MiyakeCo., Ltd. Sempuku Shinriki

【Category】Saké Daiginjo
【Ingredients】Rice, Koji (Shinriki) rice
【Polishing ratio】 85%
【Alcohol content】 19.0 °
【Glucose density】 1.2
【Acidity】2.3
【Sake Gradation】 +5
【Aroma】Mature aroma, almond
【Pairing】Sukiyaki, Steak, Cheese, Chocolate
【Features】
Kamiriki rice, which is the origin of Chifuku, is 85% processed and is close to the processing speed of rice from the Meiji and Taisho eras. A bottle full of feelings for the preparation of sake, especially suitable for people who particularly care about Japanese sake.

Night Emperor - Fuji Shuzo

【Category】Junmai
【Ingredients】Rice, Hattan Nishiki Koji, Water
【Polishing ratio】65%
【Alcohol content】 15 °
【Glucose density】N/A
【Acidity】1.6
【Aroma】Moscato, walnuts
【Sake Gradation】 +9
【Pairing】Tartare, Lemon Grilled Chicken
【Features】
Night Emperor is a mixed Hachitan Nishiki based liqueur produced in Hiroshima Prefecture. This versatile liqueur is easy to combine with any dish. Soft taste that takes advantage of the characteristics of fresh water preparation and keeps the alcohol content low while maintaining the taste of koji and rice. Good tasted both cold and hot.

We have given you some examples and information that will surely push you to live the Hiroshima experience, but there is even more! Hiroshima prefecture is a treasure chest full of treasures just waiting to be explored by you! What are you waiting for? We at Japan Italy Bridge do not make us repeat it twice, it will be a joy both for the eyes and for the palate and the heart and soul. We will all come out of it enriched!


TENOHA &|TASTE: Hiroshima Hakken

The super wanted HAKKEN menu is back to TENOHA Milano and this time we fly to Hiroshima! Are you ready to start your trip again in the most beautiful Japanese prefectures?

TENOHA & | TASTE: Hiroshima 広島

Author: SaiKaiAngel

Hiroshima is a prefecture known for "Peace" and is located in southwest Japan, between the inland sea of Seto and the Chugoku Mountains, characterized by the Mediterranean climate. Apart from its very important history that unfortunately we all sadly know, Hiroshima has two UNESCO World Heritage sites and many other historical places to visit, for example, the Itsukushima sanctuary in Miyajima, the Peace Park Memorial and the Dome of the A-bomb.

So TENOHA Milano decides to start the new trip in Japan with the HAKKEN menu right from Hiroshima, but let's see what it is all about.

Hakken Hiroshima, menu

HIROSHIMA TSUKEMEN | 広島つけ麺

Hiroshima Hakken

Japanese spaghetti with pork chashu, cabbage, spring onions and cucumber served with dashi broth and soy sauce. Vinegar and sesame are separate.
What is the name of this dish derived from? Tsukemen derives from "Tsukeru" which means dunking and "Men" which means noodles; in Hiroshima in particular, Tsukemen broth is seasoned with large amounts of shichimi pepper to make the broth super red and spicy.

When: Until 31 December, Monday - Friday at 12:00 - 15:00
Cost: 16 € (15 servings per day)

OKONOMIYAKI | 広島風お好み焼き

Hiroshima Hakken Hiroshima Hakken

Japanese spaghetti with pork bacon, cabbage and spring onions all served with okonomiyaki sauce.
Hiroshima style okonomiyaki is described as "food of the soul". Usually, to make okonomiyaki the ingredients are all mixed together, but Hiroshima’s okonomiyaki is different: all the ingredients are laid on top of each other, so completely different attention.

When: Until 31 December, Monday - Friday at 12:00 - 15:00
Cost: 16 € (15 servings per day)

Sponsored by JNTO Japanese National Tourist Board

TENOHA & | RAMEN

ONOMICHI RAMEN | 尾道ラーメン

Hiroshima Hakken Hiroshima Hakken

Ramen in soy fish broth, served with grilled chicken onions, onions, bamboo, nori seaweed and sesame

Onomichi Ramen is typical ramen from the prefecture of Hiroshima famous for its dashi with seafood from the sea of Setouchi. TENOHA is proud to present its Onomichi Ramen! Homemade Chashu Chicken called "Happy Chicken", which is bred stress-free and well cared for. In addition, the ramen is all handmade.
Come to TENOHA &| RAMEN to enjoy the Onomichi Ramen TENOHA version!

When: Until 31 December
Cost: 14 € (15 servings per day)

Sponsored by JNTO Japanese National Tourist Board

TENOHA & | SAKE

Not only delicious dishes but also unique sake for a really special tasting

Honshu ichi - Brasserie UmedaCo., Ltd.

Category】Junmai Ginjo
【Ingredients】Rice, Koji rice (Senbon Nishiki / Hiroshima product)
【Polishing ratio】60%
【Alcohol content】 16.8 °
【Glucose density】 1.8
【Acidity】1.7
【Sake Gradation】 +5
【Aroma】Sweet fruity aroma
【Pairing】Fish in general, chicken, sweets with strong flavor such as cheese cake
【Features】
A Junmai Ginjo Sake produced by Hiroshima Prefecture, preparing "Senbon Nishiki" rice with Hiroshima Ginjo yeast. It is characterized by the fruity aroma of Ginjo sake, slightly sweet taste. It can be enjoyed with fish and cheese dishes.

‘Zoka’ - Kamoizumi Shuzo Co., Ltd. 創業 1912年 founded in 1912
【Category】Junmai
【Ingredients】Rice, Koji, Water (Rice : Yamadanishiki/100% Higashiroshima )
【Polishing ratio】65%
【Alcohol content】16°
【Glucose density】2.0%
【Acidity】1.8
【Sake Gradation】±0
【Aroma】Sweet chestnut, with a strong smell of rice and wheat.
【Pairing】Boiled tofu, sweet with citrus fruits, marinated food.
【Features】
Junmai Daiginjo is made from "Yamada Nishiki" sake rice grown in a field located about 6 km north of the brewery, using Saijo underground water and the Hiroshima Mori technique. The delicate aroma and sweetness of the transparent and gentle rice harmonize perfectly with the fresh acidity. You can enjoy it cooled with a thin cup or glass of wine. Sake certified with Saijo JAPAN brand)

Itteki Nyukon - KamotsuruCo., Ltd.

【Category】Junmai Ginjoshu
【Ingredients】Rice, Koji rice(100% Hiroshima rice)
【Polishing ratio】60%
【Alcohol Gradation】15 - 16 °
【Glucose density】1.0
【Acidity】1.6
【Sake Gradation】+3
【Sweet】Aroma
【Pairing】Sauté of chicken, Gelée of white peaches
【Features】
This sake has as first material the rice suitable for its preparation. A slightly dry Junmai Ginjo sake that goes well with foods with the right acidity, good both cold and hot.

Sempuku Shinriki 【Nickname】Filled with happiness - Brasserie MiyakeCo., Ltd. Sempuku Shinriki

【Category】Saké Daiginjo
【Ingredients】Rice, Koji (Shinriki) rice
【Polishing ratio】 85%
【Alcohol content】 19.0 °
【Glucose density】 1.2
【Acidity】2.3
【Sake Gradation】 +5
【Aroma】Mature aroma, almond
【Pairing】Sukiyaki, Steak, Cheese, Chocolate
【Features】
Kamiriki rice, which is the origin of Chifuku, is 85% processed and is close to the processing speed of rice from the Meiji and Taisho eras. A bottle full of feelings for the preparation of sake, especially suitable for people who particularly care about Japanese sake.

Night Emperor - Fuji Shuzo

【Category】Junmai
【Ingredients】Rice, Hattan Nishiki Koji, Water
【Polishing ratio】65%
【Alcohol content】 15 °
【Glucose density】N/A
【Acidity】1.6
【Aroma】Moscato, walnuts
【Sake Gradation】 +9
【Pairing】Tartare, Lemon Grilled Chicken
【Features】
Night Emperor is a mixed Hachitan Nishiki based liqueur produced in Hiroshima Prefecture. Versatile liqueur easy to combine with any dish. Soft taste that takes advantage of the characteristics of fresh water preparation and keeps the alcohol content low while maintaining the taste of koji and rice. Good tasted both cold and hot.

Curious to try this Hiroshima Hakken?


TENOHA MILANO: Take Away & Delivery

The TENOHA Milano delivery and take away is finally ready! The password is #TENOHAATHOME! Were you afraid to remain without imaginary traditional Japanese dishes?

TENOHA Milano opens at Take Away and Delivery

Author: SaiKaiAngel

Obviously, the best corner of Japan in Italy will not leave you alone and here is ready both the delivery and the TAKE AWAY of TENOHA Milano! 

TENOHA &| TASTE

tenoha take away

CHIRASHI SUSHI

Let's start with this speciality: a box of rice seasoned with vinegar and a dish of your choice:

KAISEN: Fish as the protagonist: salmon, amberjack, octopus, flying fish eggs, omelette, jackdaws, lotus roots in vinegar and dill.

UNAGI: the famous eel from TENOHA Milano grilled with mirin sauce, sake, soy sauce, omelette, jackdaws, pickled lotus roots and... wonderful edible flowers!

WAGYU: incredible but true, to delight us at this moment there is the much desired Wagyu! The best meat in the world at TENOHA Milano. We are talking about the sirloin of Wagyu A5 from Kagoshima grilled with dashi sauce and soy sauce, omelette, their roots in vinegar and still edible flowers.

TERIYAKI: could not miss the wonderful chicken in teriyaki sauce, with an omelette, broccoli, jackdaws and edible flowers.

TOFU: for those who want an all-vegetable version there is grilled and marinated tofu in soy sauce, garlic and ginger.

 

SPECIAL FROM HIROSHIMA

OKONOMIYAKI - The famous Japanese dish available for you, directly from Hiroshima! Japanese spaghetti, pork bacon, cabbage, spring onions and okonomiyaki sauce

In addition to all this, you can also find the rest of the TENOHA menu at this link for delivery.

For the Take Away you can call TENOHA directly, below you will find all contacts.

#TENOHAATHOME : Take Away | Tel. (+39) 02 8088 9868

OPENING HOURS:
Monday - Wednesday - Thursday - Friday

Lunch 12:00 - 15:00
Dinner 17:30 - 21:30
Saturday - Sunday
12:00 - 21:30 continuous time

*Closed Tuesday

TENOHA &| RAMEN

tenoha take away

Even TENOHA &| RAMEN is close to you, even at home and adheres to #TENOHAATHOME! The takeaway and delivery is ready for you with lots of news! In addition to the menu of TENOHA Ramen which you can consult here, there are other formulas not to be missed! Three absolutely new and always so much Japanese sets.

IZAKAYA APERITIVO SET

Asahi
Edamame
Karaage
Yaki Gyoza
OTSUMAMI TEMAKI

Cost 18 €

IZAKAYA RAMEN SET (SHOYU)

Asahi
Edamame
Karaage
Yaki Gyoza
SHOYU RAMEN

Cost 23 €

IZAKAYA RAMEN SET (MISO)

Asahi
Edamame
Karaage
Yaki Gyoza
MISO RAMEN

Cost 28 €

Japan Italy Bridge's advice about the TAKE AWAY menu and delivery : 3 of the best of TENOHA Ramen, tell us as always if you agree with us or your best are other dishes of the vast menu!

SHOYU RAMEN | 醤油ラーメン - Perhaps the most popular: ramen in chicken broth-based on soya, served with a slice of braised pork, spinach, marinated egg, bamboo, spring onions,
nori seaweed and soy sprouts

MISO RAMEN | 味噌ラーメン - a classic not to be missed: ramen in miso chicken broth, served with braised pork, marinated egg, spinach, bamboo, spring onions, carrots,
nori seaweed and soy sprouts

VEGAN | ビーガンラーメン - a speciality of our great chef Itakura: ramen in vegetable broth, sesame cream and soy milk served with fried tofu, bamboo, spring onions, fried sweet potatoes.

Plus you will always find the various wonderful POKÈ DON!

Don't miss the rest of the TENOHA menu at this delivery link. For the Take Away instead you can call directly to TENOHA, below you will find all the contacts:

ORDER NOW!

Tel. 02 8339 0042
TIMETABLE:
MON-WED - THU - FRI
Lunch
12:00 – 15:00
Dinner
17:30 – 21:30

Saturday - Sunday
12:00 - 21:30 continuous time

*Closed Tuesdays

Novità

"DIY RAMEN - Make your own ramen at home.
Our Chef Itakura will provide you with everything you need!

#TENOHAATHOME

TENOHA Milan is with you at all times, do not miss the opportunity to experience Japan at home with a few small steps! It will be a special moment for you and your whole family.


TENOHA & | DISCOVER: Designer Tenjikai 展示会 by Lorenzo Petrantoni

This time, TENOHA Milano proposes a very special exhibition, we are talking about the works of Lorenzo Petrantoni.

Designer Tenjikai 展示会 by Lorenzo Petrantoni @ TENOHA Milano

Author: SaiKaiAngel

Lorenzo Petrantoni Lorenzo Petrantoni

In this exhibition, Lorenzo Petrantoni, with his sophisticated technique of collage of images and words taken from 19th century books, gives life to new illustrations to celebrate the great names of Italian and Japanese design. Once again TENOHA Milano gives us the opportunity to experience Japan here in Italy.

Thanks to Lorenzo Petrantoni, we are able to experience works of great impact, such as covers of international magazines, advertising for prestigious brands, monumental installations, illustrations photocopied from books cut out and glued to compose the final collage. All his works are able to give new life and new meanings to images now forgotten in ancient volumes.

Exclusively you will have the chance to buy online one of the 50 selected works that will be sent directly to your home, you can do it by clicking this link: https://shop.tenoha.it/collections/re-vision-by-lorenzo-petrantoni.

Lorenzo Petrantoni Lorenzo Petrantoni

Lorenzo Petrantoni now lives in Milan and is a member of the 59ème Demi Brigade de Ligne de Marengo. He was born in Genoa in 1970 and after studying graphic design in Milan, he worked as art director at Young & Rubicam in Paris.
 When the artist returned to Italy, he continued to collaborate with some of the largest communication agencies, and then dedicated himself completely to illustration. His illustrations are the result of a combination of nineteenth-century graphics and art, with images from old manuals and dictionaries from the nineteenth century that he collected during his travels. His illustrations, with their being unmistakable, give new life to words, events and characters of other times.
 Lorenzo Petrantoni, with his art, has created campaigns for prestigious brands, collaborated with international magazines and exhibited in numerous exhibitions around the world. Now is the moment of TENOHA Milan and you can experience this great artist and his very special art for a limited period of time. What are you waiting for? Don't miss this opportunity!

Details

When: from October 7 till the end of December, from 11:00 to 19:00.
Where: TENOHA & | DISCOVER - TENOHA MILANO — Via Vigevano, 18, 20144 Milano
Cost: free


TENOHA & | WORKSHOP: SHIBORI with Aki Takeshita

Another special workshop at TENOHA Milano, another piece of Japan available for us: the SHIBORI with Aki Takeshita! A small recap to remind you what SHIBORI is: thanks to this Japanese technique, we can create a work with our hands giving space to our imagination and why not? Show it off and live it!

Shibori workshop with Aki Takeshita @ TENOHA Milano

Author: SaiKaiAngel

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SHIBORI is an ancient Japanese technique that thanks to the binding and folding of the fabric with threads, elastics and pieces of wood, allows us to give life to real works of art, absolutely personal. Aki Takeshita will take us to the total discovery of SHIBORI to give space to our imagination and create new and personal ones.

Who is Aki Takeshita?

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He is an artist born in Kyoto in 1983 who graduated in Textile Design at Tama Art University in Tokyo and then specialized in Shibori thanks to many specialization courses. Since 2014 he is a freelancer between Tokyo and Milan, where he lives. Aki Takeshita now organizes dyeing course with this technique also in Milan.

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Do you want to live another unique experience and feel like you are in Japan without taking the plane? Come and get to discover this technique! We are sure you will love it!

Details

When: October 10th
#1 turn 10:00 - 13:00
#2 turn 15:00 -18:00 (only if there are other requests)

Where: TENOHA & | WORK ℅ TENOHA MILANO — Via Vigevano, 18, 20144 Milano
Cost: 60 €
Seats: 10 max


TENOHA &|TASTE: Tsukimi Aperitivo e SUNTORY Whisky tasting

TENOHA Milano offers us two more exciting and tasty appointments with the TSUKIMI APERITIVO and the SUNTORY WHISKY TASTING! Two unmissable appointments to feel in Japan! Let's see what it is about.

TSUKIMI お月見 APERITIVO @ TENOHA Milano

Author: SaiKaiAngel

TENOHA Tsukimi

What is O-Tsukimi? Literally means "to admire the full moon", but it is the feast of the full moon in autumn and is celebrated on the 15th day of the eighth month of the traditional Japanese lunar calendar. It seems that the full moon of the eighth month was the most beautiful of the year, that's why nobles gathered to celebrate and admire the beauty of the full moon, composing music and tanka poetry verses. Today, the Tsukimi is celebrated by offering the moon the famous tsukimi-dango 月見団子, rice cakes whose shape reminds of the full moon and eating "special" dishes, such as tsukimi soba or udon.

At 7 p.m. there will be a unique and unmissable show: Making of MOCHITSUKI (餅つき) , have you ever heard of it? The mochitsuki is the ceremony with which the mochi is prepared. How does it work? The rice, previously soaked and then cooked, is pounded in the traditional large mortar called usu (臼) with a wooden hammer called kine (杵). Usually two people carry out this procedure: the first one beats rhythmically with the kine while the second one turns and moistens the mochi; a great coordination is necessary to carry out this manoeuvre without hindering each other (and without getting hurt). The dough thus obtained is cut and shaped into small spheres. In recent times the mochitsuki ceremony is usually reserved for special events, including the TSUKIMI, known as the Moon Festival, typically represented by the figure of a rabbit stepping on rice in a mortar to prepare the mochi.

TENOHA Milano makes us celebrate autumn just like in Japan!! A special weekend dedicated to the typical flavors of this festival and its curiosities. An appointment not to be missed!

Wen: 1 - 2 - 3 - 4 October
where: TENOHA & | TASTE — Via Vigevano, 18, 20144 Milano
Cost: Aperitivo 12€ (1 drink + aperitivo box)

SUNTORY WHISKY TASTING

Let's go back to Japan again in our special corner of the Rising Sun, TENOHA Milano, with a special aperitif or an equally unique tasting menu/food pairing with Premium Japanese Whisky from the house SUNTORY (chita, hibiki and toki): no matter how experienced you have ever had, you will surely be amazed by the new tastes that Japan offers you! We are waiting for you for this new special experience!

Quando: from 6 to 14 October 2 Aperitivo options
-15€ 3 Whisky Highball with aperitivo plate (Whiskies are Chita, Hibiki, Toki)
-12€ Special drink with Roku gin and aperitivo plate

from 8 to 11 October: 
Special Tasting Menu/ Food pairing with Premium Japanese Whisky of the house SUNTORY (chita, hibiki and toki) BOOKING Required

Where: TENOHA & | TASTE — Via Vigevano, 18, 20144 Milano

For more information: https://www.tenoha.it/

photo credit: Anna D'averio


TENOHA Milano presenta: Bulk Homme + Beauty Routine

TENOHA Milano reminds the importance of the Japanese Beauty Routine also to men with BULK HOMME! First of all, let's do a little reminder on what the Japanese Beauty Routine is.

TENOHA Milan and the Japanese Beauty routine

Author: SaiKaiAngel

Japanese Beauty Routine is a real statement for our body, a way to remind it every day that we must take care of it. The first declaration of love must be made to ourselves and to our well-being. You too, men! In the TENOHA &| SHOP space of TENOHA Milano, you can do it! Let's take a look at what this new chapter of the Japanese Beauty Routine is and talk about BULK HOMME!

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BULK HOMME was launched in Japan in 2013 since then its rise has been very fast especially in the D2C market directed to the consumer. Now, BULK HOMME includes 18 items with distribution throughout East Asia.
Special attention is also given to design, which is not only very elegant but also environmentally friendly, which is very important especially nowadays.

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There are few products in life for which we can say: "I absolutely need it", with countless brands competing for our attention. But have you ever wondered what qualities are essential for you? BULK HOMME is a unique and refreshing experience that you will look forward to every day. You will see that every day skincare with BULK HOMME will become an essential appointment that you will never be able to do without again. Not only it will help you making that famous "declaration of love" to your body we were talking about earlier, but it will also be a moment of relaxation not only of the skin, but also of the whole body. Simple but exciting, the essence of everyday life that fascinates the senses. The skin-care solutions are effective, presented with style and elegance, and a pleasure to try. Treat yourself with a moment of pleasure just for yourself with BULK HOMME, the brand for men's skin-care.

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BULK HOMME reminds men the importance of a good skin-care with three phases: washing the face, using toner and lotion.
What makes BULK HOMME products unique is not only the special design and quality of the product itself, but also their texture. Usually we are used to products with a heavy, oily texture that eventually turns out to be unsuitable for our skin, we feel it very suffocating on our face. The texture of BULK HOMME products, instead, is also light thanks to the quality natural ingredients including willow, silk protein, Onsen moisturizing water rich in minerals, Yuzu extracts, green apple and green tea.

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If you are a man you cannot miss this opportunity to try BULK HOMME products that directly from Japan you can find in TENOHA &| SHOP by TENOHA Milano! Fortunately now there is this corner of Japan that allows us to have the best products just a step away from us! In case you are not a man, but you are looking for a special and quality gift to give to a man, you will be sure to make a great impression with BULK HOMME products! It's definitely something that men will not be able to do without soon!

Would you like to try these wonderful products for free? Do you want to see them and touch them for real? BULK HOMME promotes its new products through a product testing in TENOHA & SHOP open to all customers!
Don't miss out, we are waiting for you!

when: 26 & 27 September | Morning > 11:00 - 13:00 | Afternoon > 15:00 - 19:00
where: TENOHA & | SHOP c/o TENOHA MILANO — Via Vigevano, 18, 20144 Milano

CHAPTER #3 - SHIBUI | Facial treatment with Japanese products with the founder of Shibui Italia, Raffaella Grisa

"I treat the outside and I cure the inside" is the motto on which personal care is based according to Raffaella Grisa: it is important to take care of one's inner being in order to make the outer beauty appear. We will start with total relaxation by tasting an infusion created with the jetu leaf (an essential element of Ruhaku's cosmetics line) that will help us purifying the inside.

The real workshop will start with the specialist of J-beauty Lorena with a meditative moment thanks to HITO, a special fragrance that heals the soul and balances the chakras. Only after purifying the soul, we will move on to the care of external beauty.

Do you want to dedicate a moment of pure well-being, inside and outside, away from everything that weighs down your person? This workshop will allow you to do it! Do not miss this opportunity and treat yourself with a day just for you!

Of course, the products are also available in TENOHA &|SHOP.

when: 7 November
# 1 session 10:30 – 12:00
# 2 session 14:00 – 15:30
# 3 session 16:00 – 17:30 (only if there are other requests)

where: TENOHA & | WORK c/o TENOHA MILANO — Via Vigevano, 18, 20144 Milano
Cost: 40€
Seats: 10 per session

CHAPTER #4 - DOTERRA | Treatment with essential oils with Marcella Mosci

Every day we are subjected to stress and hectic, due to work and personal problems. Don't you think it's time to stop for a moment to seek some peace and balance? . With essential oils we can do it easily and quickly! In this workshop we will create for you a bio beauty routine depending on your skin with creams and essential oils. The olfactory experience guided by essential oils, will teach us their recognition and the choice of the most suitable product for our skin.

But what exactly is DoTerra? Founded in 2008, DoTerra (from a Latin expression meaning "gift of the earth") was born with the mission to spread the benefits of essential oils with CPTG (Certified Pure Therapeutic Grade®) certification, which stand out for the highest standards of quality, purity and safety in the entire industry. Together with traditional and alternative medicine professionals, it encourages studies and applications of therapeutic grade essential oils in modern healthcare practices. DoTerra has also developed the Co-Impact Sourcing initiative, through the Healing Hands Foundation, which enables sustainable exploitation of resources for oil production, support of local communities and development of social responsibility projects.

when: 21 November
#1 session 10:30 – 12:00
#2 session 14:00 – 15:30

where: TENOHA & | WORK c/o TENOHA MILANO — Via Vigevano, 18, 20144 Milano
Cost: 40€
Seats: 10 per session

What are you waiting for? The moment to dedicate to yourselves has arrived! We are waiting for you!