Nov 2
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Nov 3

Japan Harvest Festival

11:00am – 4:00pm
Free

Japan Harvest 2019 event will celebrate a variety of experiences, trials, and contests covering agriculture, forestry, fisheries, and food. It’s a festival to celebrate the unique charms of Japan’s domestic produce. The festival provides a special chance to meet local farmers and will feature a series of workshops – these require tickets which are available in advance.

One of the event workshops at Japan Harvest 2019 will be “Fermentation Life Starts Today!” Here, visitors have a chance to experience (and taste) fermented foods and the process like never before. The event will be held at 3 × 3 Lab Future as a one-day series of activities centered around the theme of Japanese history and traditional fermentation culture.

The “Fermentation Life Starts Today!” exhibition will take place on November 3rd, 2019. Take the opportunity to see a selection of local specialties and experience the charm of Japan’s fermentation with your five senses. Drink your way through the sake fermentation process, look forward to making amazake (sweet sake), or roll up vegetarian sushi in the kitchen corner.

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