Biggest Kyoto Sake Event You Cannot Miss in May 2019

Time for Sake Event!

SAKE spring 2019 Kyoto, the largest sake event in Kyoto will be held on May 25 (Saturday) and 26 (Sun) on 2019 May at the main venue World, Kyoto. Also local restaurants in Kiya-machi and Ponto-cho area will offer the space as the venue too. It’s in the right middle of downtown Kyoto!

The highlight of this event is ‘all you can drink sake’. Therefore you will not have to worry how much it will cost after tasting many cups!  You can check out about 20 sake breweries and more than 50 brands of sake all over Japan. You will be able to try Kyoto local sake brands such as “Tamanohikari” by Tamanohikari brewery and “Kagura” by Matsui-shuzo brewery.
Also famous sake such as ‘Dassai’ by Asahi-shuzo brewery in Yamaguchi Prefecture and and “Nito” by Maruishi-jozo brewery in Aichi prefecture will be one of the choices you can drink in this event!  Enjoy tasting different kinds of sake and find your own favorite bottle!

Event Details

SAKE spring 2019 Kyoto
Date: Saturday 25th and Sunday 26th May 2019
Time: 12: 00-17: 00
Main venue: World, Kyoto (97 in Shinjo-ku, Kyoto Prefecture, Kyoto)
Sub-hall: Restaurant in Kiya-machi and Ponto-machi area

Ticket Details

■ Ticket 4,000 yen ( sold on the day)
Includes : All you can drink sake + original sake glass
*Only advanced tickets are available to buy online (sakesp.com/kyoto/).
*Advanced tickets could be sold out quickly.
*You can buy snacks and food at the bar. 

Other Sake Related Events in/near Kyoto this Spring

Get on Sake Train this Winter/Spring!

Local Sake Festival in Fushimi Kyoto

******* Do you also want to try more great local sake produced in Kyoto while visiting the city? Join us on a Kyoto Insider Sake Experience tour. You’ll get to try and learn about a variety of sake and the secrets of sake and Kyoto culture!

 

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