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USA Chef, David Israelow Won the 1st Place in Washoku World Challenge The 5th Competition

| Awards and Honors, Reports | 02/22/2018

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David Israelow from the United States Won the 1st Place in Washoku World Challenge The 5th Competition

Six contestants from the world competed for their highly skilled Japanese cooking

Date: Feb. 22, 2018
Source: Washoku World Challenge Executive Committee

TOKYO – Washoku World Challenge Executive Committee, runs the Washoku World Challenge, a cooking contest in which Japanese cuisine chefs from around the world compete in technical expertise and passion for Japanese food, organized by the Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries of Japan. On Feb. 13th-14th, 2018, six finalists from 5 countries and regions gathered for the final tournament held in Tokyo, and David Israelow (private chef) from the United States won 1st Place. The second place was a tie between two contestants, Christopher Brian Massad (Tankuma Kitamise) from the United States and Daniele Codini (The Ned London) from Italy.

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Wanted Washoku Cooking Challengers! The 5th Competition – Washoku World Challenge

| Events, Foods and Drinks Events & Expo, Tokyo Events & Expo | 09/12/2017

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Washoku World Challenge The 5th Competition: CHALLENGE YOUR TALENT in TOKYO

Date: Sep 12, 2017
Source: Washoku World Challenge Executive Committee

Wanted Washoku cooking challengers -For professional Japanese cooking chefs in the world

TOKYO–About the Washoku World Challenge: The Washoku World Challenge is a cooking contest in which Japanese cuisine chefs from all over the world compete in technical expertise and passion for Japanese food. The contest, the 5th of its kind, is organized by the country’s Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries for non-Japanese chefs.

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