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Look who's cooking at the Cow Parade Niseko Sayonara Party, 3 October 2015 at Ki Niseko

Three celebrated chefs – Yuichi Kamimura (Restaurant Kamimura), Dennis van den Brink (Green Farm Cafe),  Shinichi Maeda (An Dining) – will be preparing special canapes for the Cow Parade Niseko Sayonara Party from 16:00 - 19:00 on 3 October 2015 at Ki Niseko

Yuichi Kamimura's canapes such as Foie Gras in Choux Pastry, Egg and Smoked Herring Roe Sandwich, Eggplant wrapped in Parma Ham will feature fresh, seasonal Hokkaido ingredients and showcase his signature cooking techniques. 

Dennis van den Brink will be preparing Cannellini with Roasted Fennel & Sun Dried Roma Crostini, Smoked Beef Tongue & Romesco Tacos, Roast Pumpkin Stracciatella Gelato for dessert and other delicious canapes using the freshest local ingredients. 

On Shinichi Maeda incredible canapes menu will include Charcoal-Grilled Beef Sirloin Skewers with Miso Ginger Sauce, Konbu Jime Wild Salmon and Salmon Caviar Nigiri Sushi (Seasonal Hokkaido fish), Special Potato Croquette, Poached Yoichi Pear and Yoichi Apple Jelly and more.

Join us for an afternoon of music, fine food and wine! Limited tickets at 2,500JPY available online at www.cowparadeniseko.com or from Explore Niseko.

“I like to showcase the fresh local produce of Hokkaido in new, interesting ways. I think of myself as a restaurateur, not only a chef, as the whole experience of dining – from great good, atmosphere and service – matters.” - Yuichi Kamimura, Michelin-Starred Chef and Restaurateur,Restaurant Kamimura

“I like to showcase the fresh local produce of Hokkaido in new, interesting ways. I think of myself as a restaurateur, not only a chef, as the whole experience of dining – from great good, atmosphere and service – matters.” - Yuichi Kamimura, Michelin-Starred Chef and Restaurateur,Restaurant Kamimura

“Food is a means to feed yourself, it is something that concerns everyone. It is important to make food that people enjoy, and we try to do it in the best way possible.” – Dennis van den Brink, Niseko Green Farm Cafe and DNA

“Food is a means to feed yourself, it is something that concerns everyone. It is important to make food that people enjoy, and we try to do it in the best way possible.” – Dennis van den Brink, Niseko Green Farm Cafe and DNA

“Honesty is the most important thing – it’s the easiest way to live. I like to be honest with everything – with life, work and it’s the same when it comes to food.” – @Shinichi Maeda, Owner and Chef at 杏ダイニング/杏カフェ&バー An Dining / An Cafe&Bar

“Honesty is the most important thing – it’s the easiest way to live. I like to be honest with everything – with life, work and it’s the same when it comes to food.” – @Shinichi Maeda, Owner and Chef at 杏ダイニング/杏カフェ&バー An Dining / An Cafe&Bar