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Wagamama takes things back to basics with their latest drawing competition


In an age where children spend their time on video games, computers or mobile phones, wagamama has decided to shake things up with their latest drawing competition aimed at kids exploring their creative side. the japanese-inspired noodle house is calling all kids to get involved in the competition by either visiting a wagamama outlet or asking their teachers to give wagamama a call. the competition ties  in with kids going back to school on 15 January, and the final submission date is February 15

How can kids take part in this contest? It’simple.  in the restaurants, or at school, kids will be given a hoshi sheet to design and draw a home for hoshi. hoshi could live in a cave or a castle – there is no right or wrong. after hoshi’s home is perfected, the sheets are handed back to the staff or teachers,  before they are sent to wagamama hq for evaluation. there are no rules of regulations for the competition – just creativity, so kids can use their imagination!

At the end of a month of fun, our elite panel of judges will pick one winner and four runners up on February 19th, and the victor will be awarded the ultimate birthday bash with hoshi

Wagamama will also be taking kids ‘back to school’ this january with the continuation of educational visits across dubai locations. under the watchful eye of hoshi (and maybe a few adults) children will learn about how the japanese-inspired dishes are made, orders are taken and the restaurants are run. kids also will get to take home goody bags available as part of the school visits, which includes origami inspired worksheets, stickers, aprons, jute bags and an attendance certificate