The San Diego Ramen Festival is the newest and most exciting food event happening in San Diego!  It’s time to get your ramen on – and you can go ramen crazy on Thursday, November 14th, at the Fourth Annual San Diego Ramen Festival! We will NOT run out of ramen this year!

All general admission and VIP tickets are NOW sold out!

We will have different types of ramen, all ready for you to try and slurp to your ramen delight!  We will have a variety of ramen vendors, each ready to serve their delicious recipes in 12-ounce servings! And we are going totally ramen crazy with a ramen eating contest, ramen inspired art by local artists, live entertainment, vendors, and a beer garden!

Taking place at the Port Pavilion on Broadway Pier, located at 1000 N Harbor Dr, San Diego, CA 92101, this event will make you go crazy for ramen!  Go ramen crazy!

We love ramen and welcome you to show your love of ramen, too!

The San Diego Ramen Festival started as a Ramen Eating Contest at the Asian Cultural Festival of San Diego.  Our committee loves ramen so much, that we wanted to incorporate some ramen fun in the festival – and it was such a hit that we had to create a festival just for ramen!

The San Diego Ramen Festival is the crazy ramen result of mixing toppings from Silk Road ProductionsAzuna-Kai, and the Japan Society of San Diego and Tijuana.


About Japan Society of San Diego and TijuanaPresenting Organization of the Ramen Festival

jssdtMission Statement

The mission of the Japan Society of San Diego and Tijuana is to promote goodwill and advance business, civic, educational, and cultural interchange and understanding between the people of Japan, San Diego, and Tijuana.

The Japan Society of San Diego and Tijuana (JSSDT) was formed in 1996. Prior to that time, separate organizations existed, including an independent Japan Society of Greater San Diego. The existence of separate entities meant that the Japanese business community and others interested in Japan-America relations were unable to give their complete support to any one organization. A consensus developed that an independent, unified organization, based in San Diego, was essential to meet the community’s needs.  Learn more about the JSSDT at


About Azuna-Kai (San Diego Japanese Community Center) – Co-Presenting Organization of the Ramen Festival

azunakai logoMission Statement

To preserve, share, and promote the Japanese and Japanese American culture through providing social, educational, and cultural programs to the San Diego community.

Originally starting as an after school language program for children in 2010 as San Diego Town Japanese School, Azuna-Kai extended its programs and outreach to adults and older adults in December 2012.  A 501(c)(3) non profit organization, you can learn more about them here


About Silk Road ProductionsProducer and Creator of Ramen Festival

silk-road-productions-logo-header-4aSilk Road Productions is a premier, Southern California-based event management and production team that has been recognized by the United States Congress, the State of California, the County of San Diego, and the City of San Diego for their events and for their service to enhancing and educating the communities in San Diego.  A full service event production firm, Silk Road Productions works with private entities, corporations, and nonprofits to make their events flow seamlessly, while ensuring event and organizational goals are achieved.

Silk Road Productions has created several renowned and acclaimed events, including the Asian Cultural Festival, the AMP Music Festival, the Filipino Sun Festival, among many others.  Silk Road has also been instrumental in Asian themed events presented by the San Diego Padres, SeaWorld, the San Diego County Fair, and more!  Learn more at