If the word “sake” gets a reaction from you that’s anywhere between “What’s a sake?” to “Hell yes, please!”, head over to this year’s Sake Fukurou Matsuri for an afternoon of Japan’s iconic alcoholic beverage and food. This year’s theme is “Pairings”, so prepare to taste test delicious combinations.
The event is held in Ikebukuro Station. It’s ¥1,500 for a ticket and ¥2,000 for a day ticket, so come in and take it slowly.
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