Enjoy the marriage of delicious Japanese cuisine from a master chef while you learn about sake from a British sake pro.
This month sees the return of the Sake Exchange Tokyo (Workshop).
The event will be held at KURAND's own cozy little dining
space in the heart of Shibuya, just a hop and a skip from the New South
Exit of the station.
THE MAIN FEATURES
A workshop by a Sake Teacher Performing on an International Stage
Your host for this small, private workshop is Christopher Hughes, an
internationally recognised Sake Sommelier and Teacher of the WSET (Wine
Spirits and Education Trust) sake qualification in Tokyo. Enjoy a guided
presentation with sake and food that introduces sake and sake culture
from a wide variety of viewpoints. Whether you are new to sake or an
aficionado, you are sure to gain something new from this experience.
Discover the joys and hidden magic of pairing Japanese cuisine with sake!
Once seated, guests will be served 6 courses of delicious Japanese cuisine
expertly prepared from carefully selected ingredients by a master chef.
These will be married with a selection of KURAND's originally produced
top-flight sake delivered straight from the brewery. Only, this time we are serving the sake on the rocks.
Why on the rocks? Join the event to learn the answer and experience sake
like you have never experience before.
THE FULL MENU (subject to change without prior notice)
• Tomato Tempura
• Okra & Sansho Pepper
• Gyusuji (Boneless Beef Shank Broth) (A speciality of Sakeba)
• Eggplant in Soy Sauce and Ginger sauce
• Deep Fried Japanese Yam (another Sakeba speciality)
• Ice Cream with a Sake Twist
Title：Sake Exchange Tokyo (Workshop)
Date / Time：5th August（Sun）12：00〜14：00
Cost：5,000 Yen / Incl Tax（6 Dishes paired with sake）
Venue：Sakeba（Tokyo, Shibuya-Ku, Shibuya[masked] Conpal Building 7F）
Access Link: http://sakeba.me/access/
TERMS & CONDITIONS
*Refunds cannot be given for any reason.
*Photos and videos taken of the event may be reproduced or leveraged free of charge online or offline for future event promotions in various media such as magazines and websites.
*As this event is all about enjoying sake healthily, we ask that you drink plenty of water and take extra care not to overdrink.
*It is illegal to drive a car or ride a bike under the influence of alcohol or consume alcohol if you are underage. You may be asked for photo ID to prove your age if you look underage. Participants who have come by car or bike will be refused entry.
*Staff accept no responsibility for disputes or trouble between participants, theft and or accidents.