Japanese treats leave mouths watering
The Oishii Food Pavlion is a booth organized by 27 food companies from Hokkaido in northern Japan.
Its tasting area was so crowded that the reporter could hardly squeeze in to see what the chefs were preparing.
The booth was a feast of all kinds of delicacies, from rice to ramen, sashimi to beer, and coffee to snacks.
This year, Hokkaido rice was a huge hit, with visitors gathering around the rice cooker to try it out.
Ding Dandan, the manager of restaurant Kemi, which specializes in cooking rice, was looking for cooperation opportunities.
"This is my first time at the expo, and I'm here to find some more rice brands of good quality," she said.