LIVES KITCHEN




Work, Eat, Laugh
LIVES Food Truck Project

LIVES KITCHEN

The LIVES Food Truck Project, which has been a popular lunch destination in Tokyo since 2018, is dedicated to "work, eat, and laugh" for people with disabilities. The purpose of the LIVES Food Truck, where staff with disabilities and volunteers enjoy working together, is to convey the importance of building deep human relationships with each other, regardless of disability, and to contribute to raising social awareness to create a working and living environment that is inclusive of everyone. For the staff working here, it is also a place where they can take the next step toward employment.

▼LIVES KITCHEN Instagram
https://www.instagram.com/liveskitchen_/

 



■Open
11:30-13:00 / until Sold Out

■Main Locations

Every Tuesday
In front of Kawada Construction (Kita-ku, Tokyo)
https://maps.app.goo.gl/8cdDk2DfUADDhFvv6

1st and 3rd Wednesdays
Kotohira Shrine, Kotohira Tower (Minato-ku, Tokyo)
https://maps.app.goo.gl/FC8rZuN3FB2ncwXt8

2nd and 4th Wednesdays
Hilton Tokyo (Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo)
https://maps.app.goo.gl/FJ6L2YP3V8jjYsDc6

Every Thursday
In front of Toranomon Hills, Shintora-dori (Minato-ku, Tokyo)
https://maps.app.goo.gl/R75rgFa7kZ2vviYz7


*Students only
*Every Monday
On the campus of Showa Women's University (Setagaya-ku, Tokyo))
*Every Friday
On the campus of Meiji University (Suginami-ku, Tokyo)

 

■Our menu for June 2024

DEAN & DELUCA
Chef's Lunch Box

Taco Rice (Supervised by Chef Yonezawa, "No Code")
Taco meat with just the right amount of spiciness and ground meat flavor, is accented with the sweetness and acidity of fresh tomatoes. The creaminess of the cheddar cheese finishes and balances the whole dish. The accompanying deli is a Mexican bean salad with creamy coleslaw, mixed beans, corn, and avocado.

Chef Yonezawa, "No Code"

 

LIVES KITCHEN Original Keema Curry 
LIVES KITCHEN's popular Keema Curry served with carrot and cabbage salad.

 

Our Project's Renewal, and 5th Anniversary!
Get involved today and help us move forward!

As we celebrated the 5th anniversary of our activities, we renewed our project with the hope of spreading this initiative to an even greater number of people.

For this new project, we have welcomed a new partner, DEAN & DELUCA, a global food boutique, and will be working with collaboration.

With the LIVES food truck as a starting point, we aim to be a positive step forward, creating new value and change, by bringing together cooks, chefs and people from diverse backgrounds with the vision of creating an inclusive society.

DEAN & DELUCA, which aims to be a food platform, and "Chef's Gathering Box," a valuable and delicious lunch box, created by restaurant chefs from various genres.

 

 

The individuality of each person shines through, with everyone working together, eating together, and laughing together. Your generous support will be a big step towards a more inclusive society. 

Please support LIVES Kitchen in connecting local communities through “eating together.”

 

 

■ About LIVES Project

https://hataraku-taberu-warau.jp/en/

Hands On Tokyo has been working with many Community Partners related to people with disabilities for the past 14 years. In 2017, the LIVES project started, involving these partners, our volunteers and sponsors to spread awareness and understanding.

Our vision is to create a perfect inclusive society a place where everyone's personality is valued and every individual is able to work, eat, and laugh together, regardless of their physical and mental capability.

 

■Get involved today
https://www.handsontokyo.org/topics/405/

Hands On Tokyo was approved by the Tokyo Metropolitan Government as an "Approved Specified Nonprofit Corporation" in December 2017. Donations for Hands On Tokyo are Japanese Yen tax deductible. For more information, please go to the "DONATE TODAY" page.

■ If you would like to support the LIVES Food Truck financially, please visit the Hands On Tokyo website page below. Please indicate "LIVES Food Truck Project" on the donation application form (Donation to be directed to…).