Okamoto Kitchen has been around since 2015, since then, they’ve been catering to hungry anime fans across southern California.
Recently they’ve announced and funded their newest project; their anime series based on their real-life experiences in the food truck business as portrayed by their mascot, Haru-chan!
Okamoto Kitchen founder, Gerald Abraham, spoke to us exclusively about their newest project, their food, and future plans. Watch our exclusive interview:
Hungry For more? Okamoto Kitchen took us behind the scene in this overview video of their delicious J.F.C. (Japanese Fried Chicken) Plate.
To learn more about Okamoto Kitchen, their food & their anime project visit their official website here.
Did miss out on watching Trinity Seven at Anifest? We’ve got you covered! Harkins Theatres Cerritos 16 is hosting a Trinity Seven: Heavens Library & Crimson Lord advance screening on March 28th!
Each admission ticket includes (x1) Trinity Seven Poster from Japan (While Supplies Last), (x1) Trinity Seven Postcard & (x5) Trinity Seven Collectable Limited Trading Card (5 of 9 cards: randomly selected)
Poster from Japan (While Supplies Last )
Trinity Seven Postcard
Trinity Seven Collectable Limited Trading Card (5 of 9 cards: randomly selected)
Attendees will also have the opportunity to take a photo with different characters from the film
BUT WAIT, THERE’S MORE!
As a TKN exclusive, we are giving away FREE tickets to this event! Just type in code 328TRINITY7 during checkout for a FREE ticket! click here for the event page!