Mitsuwa's Hokkaido Food Fair Starts Tomorrow

Categories: Food Festivals
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Edwin Goei
I went to lunch at Costa Mesa's Mitsuwa yesterday and saw booths already being set up for the market's annual Hokkaido Fair, a veritable celebration of Japanese food (particularly those from Hokkaido).

The event starts tomorrow, Thursday, September 15 and lasts till Sunday, September 18. Parking will be horrendous; but if it's like most years, the food will be worth the aggravation.

This year, a ramen purveyor named Kagetora will make their first appearance offering a miso ramen and a spicier kara-miso ramen. Pullman Bakery will be back with their curry buns as well as a new item called a "scallop stew bun".

Rounding out the vendors will be those that will sell squid bento boxes, king crab bento boxes, croquettes, fried fish cakes, and more sweets than you'll probably need for an afternoon.

Mitsuwa's own website I think says it best when it writes: "Please experience the greatly boasted tastes!"

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Location Info

Mitsuwa Marketplace

665 Paularino Ave., Costa Mesa, CA

Category: Restaurant

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4 comments
BlackNarcissus
BlackNarcissus

*bitter sigh*

This is the kind of event a broke ass college student like myself would love to attend. This sounds so fun. The closest I'm getting to this is the instant Top Ramen I will be eating tomorrow. Again. Maybe I'll change it up with shrimp flavor.

20ftJesus
20ftJesus

I've been there and it's a bit expensive; fun admittedly. 

Jandra
Jandra

The King Crab Bento box sounds heavenly.

JB
JB

I've never heard of a scallop stew bun, but it's something I want RIGHT NOW, at 9:08 am on a Wednesday morning.....

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