Sacred Sake Tasting
Japanese Sake has a long history in Japan. Since 700 A.D. it was used in religious ceremonies, since drinking Sake was believed to bring you closer to the godly realm.
For almost 1,000 years (until fairly recently!), sake was mainly produced in shrines and temples. Even now, Sake is one of the three main offerings presented to the Shinto Gods.
Learn all about the history of this ancient relationship, while tasting the delicious Niigata Sake in the heart of a Shinto Shrine.
- Enter the main hall of the oldest Shrine in Niigata City.
- Learn all about the relationship between Sake and Shinto while enjoying the warm company of your friends and our guides.
- Learn a few easy tricks to sake tasting that will make you seem like an expert.
- Find the ideal match for each drink among the specially chosen appetizers.
-4 types of delicious sake
-Specially chosen appetizers
-All other fees
-Transportation to/from the event
2,500 JPY with campaign
5,000 JPY regular price
AreaNiigata City (Furumachi Area)