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Sake Matsuri

Try more than 60 types of sake while snacking on bites from Paper Bird and Toko at Sydney's first Japanese sake festival.
By Jonathan Ford
October 05, 2017
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Sake Matsuri

Try more than 60 types of sake while snacking on bites from Paper Bird and Toko at Sydney's first Japanese sake festival.
By Jonathan Ford
October 05, 2017
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Sake has really blown up in Australia over the last decade, with more and more bars able to access Japan's national drink. Of course, we're not sake masters — there are so many more varieties of rice wine that we haven't had the chance to experience yet. Enter Nihonshu Australia, an association of sake importers, who are aiming to change that once and for all.

Presented by Nihonshu along with REVEL — who organise boozy events including Pinot Palooza and Game of Rhones — Australia's first sake festival is coming to Carriageworks on Saturday, October 28. There'll be more than 60 types of sake on offer, each representing the drink's different styles, serving temperatures and prefectures of origin in Japan.

For $60, punters will get access to unlimited tastings plus a free Plumm glass valued at $35. Food will come courtesy of Paper Bird and Toko, while Déjà vu Sake's Yukino Ochia — Australia's only certified sake educator — will also be in attendance.

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