Goshiki – EPCOT International Festival of the Arts

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Goshiki makes its debut at the 2020 EPCOT International Festival of the Arts. Previously, the Food Studio was known as Takumi Table from 2018-19. The Food Studio serves “whimsical dishes crafted by Japanese artisans.” This year’s 2020 EPCOT International Festival of the Arts takes place January 17 – February 24, 2020.

Menu for Goshiki at the EPCOT International Festival of the Arts

Food:

  • Sushi Donut: Donut-shaped Sushi featuring Salmon, Tuna, Shrimp, Cucumber and Sesame Seed over a decorated plate of Wasabi Aïoli, Sriracha and Eel Sauce – $8.00
  • Taiyaki: Fish-shaped Cake stuffed with a Sweet Red Bean Filling served with Green Tea Chocolate and Whipped Cream Cheese – $5.75
  • 🆕 Vegetable Gyoza: Vegetable and Edamame filled Gyoza atop Truffle-mashed Potatoes, Shiitake Mushrooms, Pepper Strings and Tonkatsu Teriyaki Sauce – $5.75

Beverages:

  • 🆕 Deadly Sins Brewing Nomi Yasui Draft Lager, Winter Park, FL (4.3% ABV) – $5.00
  • Masu Sake in a Traditional Personalized Wooden Cup – $12.50
  • 🆕 Matsuri Sake Cocktail: Frozen Nigori Sake and Calpico accented with Strawberry and finished with Cotton Candy – $8.50

The Sushi Donut and Taiyaki return in 2020 but with different accompaniments. On the Sushi Donut, cucumber and sesame seed replace avocado and masago, and is served with wasabi aïoli, sriracha and eel sauce. This year, the Taiyaki is served with green tea chocolate and whipped cream cheese, replacing whipped cream and sesame custard.

Photos of Menu Items from Goshiki at the EPCOT International Festival of the Arts

Sushi Donut: Donut-shaped Sushi featuring Salmon, Tuna, Shrimp, Cucumber and Sesame Seed over a decorated plate of Wasabi Aïoli, Sriracha and Eel Sauce – $8.00

Taiyaki: Fish-shaped Cake stuffed with a Sweet Red Bean Filling served with Green Tea Chocolate and Whipped Cream Cheese – $5.75

*NEW* Vegetable Gyoza: Vegetable and Edamame filled Gyoza atop Truffle-mashed Potatoes, Shiitake Mushrooms, Pepper Strings and Tonkatsu Teriyaki Sauce – $5.75

*NEW* Deadly Sins Brewing Nomi Yasui Draft Lager, Winter Park, FL (4.3% ABV) – $5.00

From correspondence with Deadly Sins Brewing‘s Tom Adams, Nomi Yasui means “easy to drink” in Japanese. “It is a crisp lager brewed with Jasmine rice and noble hops that give it a uniquely floral nose.” From Untappd: “Nomi Yasui begins with a thin crackered malt and a hint of herbal snap on the finish. The beer is crisp, refreshing, and dry.”

Masu Sake in a Traditional Personalized Wooden Cup – $12.50

Masu Sake in a Personalized Wooden Cup $10.00
Masu Sake in a Traditional Personalized Wooden Cup – $12.50

Masu Sake in a Personalized Wooden Cup $10.00
Masu Sake in a Traditional Personalized Wooden Cup – $12.50

It’s a souvenir and a sizeable drink all in one. You really do get a wooden cup, which the Cast Members are more than happy to personalize with your name written in Japanese on the side. The sake was your average sake, but it was ladled into the wooden cup from a huge barrel. A really unique experience, something only Festival of the Arts can pull off.

*NEW* Matsuri Sake Cocktail: Frozen Nigori Sake and Calpico accented with Strawberry and finished with Cotton Candy – $8.50

Location of Goshiki at the EPCOT International Festival of the Arts

Goshiki is located adjacent to the Japan pavilion on the World Showcase Promenade. You can find it at number 15 on the map below.

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