Tasting Seven Different High Quality Sake with Food Pairing
Hosted by Takashi and his Team
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Number of Guests
2 - 8 guests
Enjoy learning about quality Japanese sake with complimentary dishes and snack pairings.
Taste varieties of sake from different regions of Japan
Enjoy your sake with complementary Japanese and Western dishes
Learn all about the history, culture, and production of sake
Discover what types of foods go well with each type of sake
Sake is one of Japan’s signature alcoholic beverages for its unique flavor. Each region of Japan has its own specialty sake, each having a different taste and texture. Sake is made by fermenting rice through a complex production process. While sake is internationally known for being a stand-alone drink, it is closely tied to Japanese food and religion. Through this experience, you will be introduced to Japanese sake's history, culture, and cultivation. An expert sommelier will explain a little about the history of sake, how sake is made, and the different sake varieties available. In this session, you will also taste different types of sake from a specially chosen collection, trying many varieties of sake available, from sparkling sake to sweet sake and sakes for dessert pairings. You can choose a course that includes five or seven different types of sake. The sake will also be served with a multi-course meal of complementary Japanese and Western dishes.
Explanation about the sake and food
Examples of seven types of sake (60ml-75ml each): sparkling, Daiginjo, Honjozo sake, Junmai sake, Nigori sake, Special Junmai sake, Kojo-zake
Dishes to complement the sake
Transportation to and from the venue
Food and beverages other than the alcoholic beverages and snacks provided in this program
Meeting Point and Meeting Time
In front of Kikai Shinko Kaikan Honkan building (2 minute north of Tokyo Tower). Details will be shared upon booking. The address of Kikai Shinko Kaikan Honkan building: 3 Chome-5-8 Shibakoen, Minato City, Tokyo 105-0011
In accordance with the laws of Japan, persons under 20 years of age are not eligible to participate in this program.
This is a shared program. Multiple groups may join this program at the same time.
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Place a Booking
Select at least 2 guests
Select at least 2 guests
(20 - 120)
Earliest available date: October 3, 2023
Please note that the time is in Japan Standard Time.