Charity tasting party Liquor saves the future What we can do now is Experience games Amusement event held in Japan.
We're doing it this year too!
The 11th Charity Tasting Party
Sake, shochu and 64 Japanese wine companies gather at Yokohama Port!
You can drink alcohol at the booth freely.
Good luck with you!
The proceeds are donated to sick children and children in the facility.
Have a lunch box, go to the Yokohama port in spring! If you can help the children's future a little, I was supported by the sake breweries and wineries with enthusiasm. We will donate all proceeds from this tasting session to the future of our children.
[How to enjoy sake five times to save the future]
"Take a snack!"
There is no sale of food at the venue.
Please bring your snacks with you.
I will prepare a free table.
Please note that firearms can not be used!
"GET Sake Brewery Goods / Kuramoto Goods"
At the venue, we sell sake ware, sake ware and kuramoto goods.
Sales will be donated to the Tiger Mask Fundraiser, so don't miss it!
"Don't mess up the standing birds! Take your trash home!"
As you will receive a trash bag at the reception desk, please bring your trash home.
Please do not throw it away at the station or nearby convenience store!
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"The 11th Charity Tasting Party will save the future-What can we do now?" Will be held at the Yokohama Port Osanbashi Hall (Naka Ward, Yokohama City, Kanagawa Prefecture) on March 24, 2019 (Sunday).
Name: The 11th Charity tasting party Sake saves the future
Date: March 24, 2019 (Sun)
Time: 13: 30-16 : 00 ※ Reception is from 13:00
Place: Yokohama Port Osan Bridge Hall [map: Google Map]
Fee: Advance ticket 3,500 yen, same-day ticket 4,000 yen Advance ticket purchase >> From here
▼ Access to the nearest station
/ Minato Mirai Line "Japan Odori Station" 7 minutes on foot
· JR, Yokohama Municipal Subway "Kannai Station" 15 minutes on foot.
Following the growing popularity of sake in recent years, the promotion event "EXPERIENCE SHOCHU NYC" for the purpose of expanding the share of shochu and awamori in the US market was held at the Aster Center in Manhattan on the 13th. The event is co-sponsored by the Japan External Trade Organization (JETRO) and the Japan Brewing Association Central Association (JSS). A total of 16 shochu and Awamori sake makers exhibited and exhibited 44 brands.
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The tasting and drinking event is such an amazing festival, held in Tokyo, Japan. In this session, participants have a chance to try various kinds of wine all over the world such as: shochu, beer, wine, whiskey, tequila and specially, the Japanese traditional wine "Sake". Participants can taste all kind of wine they wish.
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