Sun, Oct
02

Oedo Nihonshu Festival

1:00pm – 7:00pm

Nihonshu (popularly known as saké outside Japan) has been enjoying something of a revival recently.

This event, which has been held since 2014, takes place along the pedestrian-only Kanamono Dori near the South Exit of JR Kanda Station (the venue has moved from Kanda Myojin Shrine).

Update: In 2017, the Nihonshu Festival will not be held. It is expected to take place again in 2018.

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