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Japanese Sake Seminar 2021 (Online)

Date
 1. Nov 18 , 2021 
   2. Dec 16,  2021
   3. Jan  20,  2022 
   4. Feb 17,  2022
​  Thursday, 6-7 pm *PST
Fee
       Free
       *Sake purchased for tasting paid for by participants.
       *You can join this seminar without purchasing any sake, but you'll have a more fun, 
         immersive experience with each lecturer as you learn proper tasting methods and
         how to convey
 the flavor.
       *Once you complete all sake testing lectures, you will receive a small sake tasting cup! 
*You may register for every day or choose any day at your convenience
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Contents of each day (60 minutues)
       1 Lecture 30 mins
      2 Q & A
      3 Sake Tasting Corner  

   *A sake tasting corner will be set up for the last 15 minutes of each seminar.
         *You can obtain sake available at local supermarkets that sell Japanese foods.
         *You can also purchase sake online. Visit one of these online shops. 
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Lecturer Schedule
       1 Marcus V Pakiser, Sake-samurai, Republic National Distributing 
            Fundamental knowledge about Japanese sake, its history, sake rice,
   how it’s made, its differences from wine (manufacturing methods/
            nutrition), the various types of sake, etc.

             Miss this seminar? Check out the seminar recording and materials.

      2 Sarah Yokitis, Yaegaki Corporation of USA (California)
            Differences between sake produced in the US and sake produced in
            Japan, such as the rice used, the rice malts used as starters,
            the manufacturing processes, and the taste characteristics.
            Also, ways to drink, as well as food pairings that go well with both
            US and Japan-made Sake.

      3 Mutsuko Soma, Hannyatou (Seattle, WA)
            Foods compatible with sake, Japanese food, pairing with foods
            that use Japanese ingredients, introduction to how to make simple
            appetizers that go well with sake
          *Introductory demonstration by a chef from a Japanese restaurant
          *Collaborate with "Japanese Food Day" event by the Consulate-
               General of Japan in Seattle. 
Japanese Restaurant Day


       4 Masakazu Minatomoto, Kobe Shushin-Kan Brewery (Kobe, Japan)
            Virtual tour of Hyogo sake breweries
          *Introduce sake breweries that act in consideration of Terroir
      and the land, and environment.

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