Eat the Street: Japanese

HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) - Eat the Street returns to its old Kakaako location for a theme we can all get behind: The tastes of Japan. Join the festivities at Hawaii's famous monthly food truck festival on Friday, March 30, from 4:00 - 9:00 p.m. at 555 South St. in Kaka'ako, behind Restaurant Row.

Brought to you by, in partnership with Kamehameha Schools and Nonstop Honolulu, this month's culinary adventure features a taste of Asia. All the vendors have been asked to provide at least one Japanese/Asian inspired dish for the event, and you can be sure that the dishes will be as inventive and varied as the food trucks attending!

Dine al fresco and enjoy the sounds of Shogunai's DJ crew as they spin great beats to eat to, while Lightsleepers hosts the monthly live art battle. Special for this month, bring your ukulele and kanikapila with Lena Girl of KCCN and Kalei G and Jody Kamisato, with the winners of 'Uke's Rising Stars, in a special jam hosted by the Music For Life Foundation's

Past events have brought crowds of thousands to Eat the Street, which regularly features more than 30 of the best food trucks and street vendors in Honolulu.

Trucks expected to dish out 'ono grindz this month include IL Gelato, Sweet Revenge, Momo Burger, Fairy Cakes, Xtreme Tacos and many others.

Come out on Friday, March 30 at 555 South St. from 4:00-9:00 p.m. Admission to Eat the Street is FREE. There is plenty of parking in the same parking lot as the venue and on the streets nearby.

Eat the Street hosts food truck rallies on the last Friday of every month, featuring a diverse range of food vendors. For more information on Eat the Street, please visit their website or follow us on Facebook at Eat The Street Kaka'ako or on Twitter at @streetgrindz. For more information, call 808-780-9288.

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