In this event, you’ll join a live streaming tour and visit a real brewery located in Japan!
Also, you’ll actually try their sake from the Japanese brewery while enjoying the tour.
The sake will be delivered directly to you!!
The Brewery Tour
About The Sake
|NITO YAMADANISHIKI 55 720ML
Junmai Ginjo • Made from 100% Yamadanishiki rice The concept of this bottle is “If you run after two hares, you will catch neither” as you can see two hares on the label.
They made it so that the drinker may get the best balance of two contradictory senses.
For example, “taste and fragrance,” “acid and flavor,” “heavy and light,” “sweet and spicy,” “first taste and aftertaste”, and “simplicity and complexity.”
When you drink this sake, you can enjoy two different patterns, first with alcohol and then with a meal. Pairing the sake with food will enhance the taste and bring the experience to a higher level.
You’ll end up drinking until the very last drop before you know it!
This is a valuable opportunity to visit their brewery virtually and talk to the producer!
Buy your tickets, get comfortable, and enjoy the virtual tour from your screens!
- If you have purchased a ticket and cannot attend, you may cancel your order until two days before the event.
- Because the sake will be delivered directly to the participants, this event will be exclusively for NYC residents. If you’re not NYC residents, you will purchase a ticket including no sake.
- Participants will be asked to provide their address as drinks will be delivered via food delivery service by the event date.
- You must be 21 years or older to participate, and we may ask you to show your ID to receive the drinks.
About the Brewery
In 1690, Maruishi Brewery started brewing sake in Okazaki, Aichi Prefecture, an area that is full of history and nature.
Since then, they have continued to make sake by fusing the latest technology and chemistry with the traditions and sensibilities that have been passed down for more than 330 years.
Maruishi Brewery pursues “Sweetness,” “Aroma,” and “Acidity.” The “sweetness” conveys the rich sugary taste of rice. The “aroma” conveys the fragrant aroma of sake, and the “acidity” conveys the strength and transparency of the aftertaste!