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AN INTRODUCTION TO SAKE. Learn in a fun and informal setting as I guide you through a tasting of 5 carefully selected sakes that best represent its diversity from highly polished ones to cloudy ones to aged ones, sharing the story behind each brand...more
Suggested duration: 2-3 hours
5-24-5 | Tavern on S, Sendagaya, Shibuya 151-0051, Tokyo Prefecture
On that day two foreigners and two Japanese attended.
Because I am a Japanese, at first I thought that I knew about SAKE in its own way.
But that was a misunderstanding.
Christian has taught me a lot of things I don't know even Japanese!...More
As first sake tasting experience it couldn't be better. Signor Sake is extremely knowledgable this field, and his way to convey his passion is clear and effective.
We had chance to do an open discussions around sake world in with the other guests as well...More
I really recommend to everybody who is visiting Tokyo or is living in like me to do this experience with Chris. I thought I didn’t like sake before this tasting. I completely changed my mind and I really enjoyed to know about History of each...More
My son and I enjoyed a informative, yet fun, evening with Christian and friends. My son, the chug-a-lug beer man, is definitely hooked on sake now. He really only went because I wanted to go but stated afterwards that he thoroughly enjoyed the evening and...More
Wow! What a fun and informative tasting! If you’re interested in sake, this is a MUST GO lesson! We were able to taste sake with character and I learned much more than expected. My love for sake is now bigger than ever. The other participants...More
If you are doubting whether you should go, don't. I've been wanting to get to know more about sake, the different styles and what my personal preferences are for a long time. Finally I decided to do something about it. The evening 'an introduction into...More
Amazing sake tasting. Christian's sake selection is awesome, I enjoyed every one of them. I am Japanese but don't know much about sake like all others. Christian is so knowledgeable and has passion for sake. It was beyond my expectations and great opportunity to get...More
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