The San Diego Ramen Festival entertainment will be a variety of cultural and modern performances that will have our audience Go Ramen Crazy!


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5:00 PM Yako & Aya Duo
6:00 PM La Jolla Taiko
6:30 PM Terry Matsuoka
7:00 PM Mochi Cafe
8:00 PM Genbu Daiko



Our main DJ throughout the night will be Los Angeles based DJ OGGY!

DJ Oggy is one of the best Club DJs in Los Angeles. He has been rocking for Mega Dance Club, Celebrity Events, High School Basketball Game, Radios and more, over 150 gigs every year for over 15 years. As a music producer, a lot of his works has been played by DJs at FM Radio, their mixshow, gigs and festivals.

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Genbu Daiko

Formed back in August of 2015, Genbu Daiko is a contemporary percussion ensemble specializing in taiko – the art of Japanese drums.

Although the team mostly drums in synchronization, the performers are encouraged to apply their individuality and interpretations to share with their audience a percussive experience in rhythmic creativity.


La Jolla Taiko

La Jolla Taiko is a community-based group comprised of members of all ages and backgrounds. The group has developed a base in traditional taiko artistry and spirit, and infused that with influences from a wide range of contemporary and world music.

La Jolla Taiko enjoys adding new instruments to the ensemble and experimenting with new grooves and musical timing. Committed to providing performances and classes that reflect this passion for taiko drumming, La Jolla Taiko hopes you enjoy your taiko experience, and that some part of it may inspire you as well!

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Mochi Cafe

Mochi Cafe was formed in 2009, and since then, it has been our mission to bring a taste of Akihabara’s iconic maid cafes to San Diego, and to appreciate, celebrate, and educate our community on this unique aspect of Japanese pop culture.

Our colorful maids and butlers bring Japan’s maid cafe scene to life here in California. Whether playing games with guests or dancing on stage, Mochi brings a welcoming and charming atmosphere wherever we go.

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Terry Matsuoka

“Terry Matsuoka is a singer-songwriter with intricate musicianship, tight pop songwriting and a soulful voice. Listeners find comfort in the laid-back Southern California vibe and relatable scenarios of his songs. He has shared billing with artists as diverse as Steve Poltz, Patricia Barber, Far East Movement, and Jewel at storied venues like LeStat’s, the Viper Room, Java Joe’s, and the Casbah and events like Kollaboration, and Street Scene. He has released four albums of original music. His music is available on Apple Music, GooglePlay, Amazon and Spotify. So please listen to, and share his music.” Visit his website at


Yako & Aya Duo

Yako Eicher is a Pianist, Vocalist, Composer. She was born in Iwakuni Japan, Yako started Classical piano training at 5 and graduated from Kunitachi College of Music in Tokyo. She then established her own Music Teaching business called the Yako Dream Project. Yako is currently living in NYC as a teacher and music promoter and hopes to continue working both in the US and in Japan.

Aya Kameoka is a Vibraphone/marimba player/singer-songwriter. In 2012, she entered the Kyoto Conservatory and studying vibraphone, gaining live experience at the live house where she worked part-time. Her vibraphone and her singing style are influenced by Tomoko Kageyama. She was a member of Jazz scene in New York.