If noodle making was always this much fun, we might do it more often. Asakusabashi’s Tensai Sansujuku is dragging the kitchen onto the dancefloor at an unorthodox party on June 9, where revellers can knead udon with their feet while busting moves to the anime-tinged sounds of DJs Buri Buri, Moshi Moshi and pals. Assuming all goes to plan (and we’re guessing things might get messy), they’ll be making batches of Kagawa, Osaka and Okinawa-style noodles in the course of the afternoon, and the ticket price includes a free drink and serving of udon (natch). Just don’t try breakdancing or anything, yeah?
Open June 9
Time Doors 11am. Start noon
Admission ¥2,000 on the door; ¥1,500 adv
Address 2-5-8 Asakusabashi, Taito-ku, Tokyo
Transport Asakusabashi Station (Sobu line)
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