“Global Buibui Market” Report -English version-
That’s ”Global Buibui Market”! In the harvest season, we had a varieties of seasonal foods like fish and vegetables in Easty We had people who living in Kushiro, from different countries cook their own country’s meals with them.
I’ll show you a look of this event in detail.
This event took place atKushiro junior college.We started site management from previous day.
We got many staff-students from National of technology, Kushiro college and Hokkaido university of education in Kushiro students!!!
First of all, this is American booth! Ms. Amy Lovecchio , who has lived in Kushiro for a year, opened up the store!
She sold zucchini breads, truffles, and rice crispy squares. Her smile is so lovely!
We put up signboards which say「May I help you?」in each countries language for each booth.
Next to Vietnam’s booth was Sri Lanka. This is a picture of Thilak Peiris giving a customer hand-care.
He also gave diagnoses about body-buildiingngi in addition to this massage.
By the way, this is a bowl of wonton soup made byLi Yanwei from the Chinese booth.
It’s not really the familiar form of wonton to Japan, is it?
This is the curry shop called「
Ikkenya curry Comin」in Kushiro.
We, Kusuro, set up a booth too. We sold fruit syrup, cookies, cakes and coffee.
And, this is the second project, “Sister-city without permission”!
This time, we made the three areas below a sister-city.
①Yamagata prefecture, Mamurogawa town;Taro,straw work.
②Gunma Prefecture,Tsumagoi village;Mr.Sato‘s Cabbage
③Hyogo prefecture, Tanba city;Organic vegetable(Fuenomichi Farm)
At this event, we also planned an interesting program where customers had to take action at each booth.
They collected each stamp for the sake of increasing interaction between tenants-owners and visitors.
At the end, we took some ceremonial pictures with all staff and tenant owners!
We finished this event without any trouble thanks to a great deal of people’s cooperation. Thanks a million!
We hope that this event will be a trigger for anyone who dropped by and learnt that “there are such people and organizations like this in Kushiro!”
AND! We had an unexpected visitor. Her name is Yuna from Koyou elementary school.
She joined and opened a store at Global Harvest Festival last year.
We wouldn’t have finished this event without any accidents if you hadn’t cooperated with us.
Thanks a million! We’re looking forward to working with you again！