Japan Rice and Rice Industry Export Promotion Association Collaborates with Hawkers for an Exciting Showcase of Local Heritage Food Using Japanese Rice


Gracing the event we have Guest-of-Honour Minister Low Yen Ling and Minister Yoshiaki Takahashi, Embassy of Japan in Singapore showing their support in this collaboration

SINGAPORE – Media OutReach – 17 November 2022 – Is the use of Japanese rice only limited to the country’s beloved dishes such as sushi and donburi? Not quite, and Japan Rice and Rice Industry Export Promotion Association (JRE) is here to showcase its versatility. It is collaborating with hawkers from Rasapura Masters and Hawkers United for a reimagined taste of Singapore’s local hawker heritage showcase. The hawkers will be using premium Japanese rice in their offerings elevating local food.

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About Rasapura Masters

To speak of the origins of Rasapura Masters is to speak of the depth and diversity of Singapore’s world-famous food culture. The name “Rasapura” literally means “City of Taste”, and this food paradise showcases the myriad of delicacies from both local and many other Asian cuisines. It symbolizes Singapore’s spirit of being a trading hub to many countries as it is strategically located along the world’s major trade route. Unique culinary traditions from across the globe have come together to become distinctly Singapore.

Stepping into Rasapura Masters evokes a feeling of being transported back in time to Colonial Singapore. Its setting is designed to reflect colonial grandeur, using gold, black and wooden elements, tastefully adorned with retro furnishings, making the food hall extraordinarily splendid and elegant. Guests are greeted with aromas by the finest street hawkers to serve meals that are truly and impeccably Singapore.

Address: Rasapura Masters, 2 Bayfront Ave, #B2 – 49A / 50 – 53, Singapore 018972
Operating hours: 8am – 11pm (Mon – Sun) | 24 Hours (Selected Stalls | Fri, Sat & PH Eve)