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Sake Matsuri to be held at F1 Pit Building from 10 to 12 May 2024

10 May 12 May

Sake Matsuri 2024
Sake Matsuri 2024

Sake Matsuri returns from 10 to 12 May 2024 and will be held for the first time at the iconic F1 Pit Building.

Over 250 sake and Japanese spirits from close to 100 Japanese breweries will be available for festival-goers to taste at each three-hour free-flow session. Fuel up with modern Singaporean bites from Fatt Choy Eating House as well as oysters from The Oyster Cart. The free flow sessions will be held on 11 and 12 May 2024 from 11 am to 2 pm and 4 pm to 7 pm.

Sake Matsuri 2024

Free-flow sake highlights include Sakurada Sake Brewery’s collaboration with Shata Shuzo (previously Tengumai Brewery) to produce Noto First Sakura + Tengumai Junmai Ginjo. Kojima Sohonten Co has released Toko with Green, a Junmai sake that is blended with two types of Junmai sake using traditional Edo-period milling techniques. The 427-year old and the 13th oldest sake brewery in the world achieved carbon neutrality in its production facility last September. A more sustainably produced Toko Junmai Dainjo Aigamo Farmed uses locally sourced Dewasansan rice from Yamagata, cultivated using Aiganmo-Robot farming method. One of the most luxurious labels available for sampling is the Zankyo Super 7 2023, a Junami Daiginjo with 7% rice polishing ratio from Niizawa Brewery Co. in Miyagi.

Sake Matsuri Singapore will donate all net proceeds from a series of three industry-led sake and food pairing sessions to aid recovery efforts in Ishikawa where the Noto Earthquake also damaged numerous sake breweries. Funds will be channeled to quake victims through the Embassy of Japan in Singapore and the Japan Red Cross Society.

These pre-festival sessions priced between S$88 and S$128 per person will be guided by Sake Samurai Elliot Faber, Inter Rice Asia’s Adrian Goh and Reuben Oh from The Kabuki Works. THey have teamed up with The Dempsey Project and Fatt Choy Eating House to serve up a select menu of the restaurant’s specialities paired with premium sake. Details will be released on https://www.instagram.com/sakematsurisg.

AirJapan B787-8 Rendering
AirJapan B787 8 Rendering

With the launch of flights between Narita, Tokyo and Singapore from 27 April 2024, newcomer Air Japan has come on board to sponsor four flight vouchers to Tokyo worth S$400 each. Register for the contest at the airline’s booth at Sake Matsuri 2024.

A trade show specifically for food and beverage trade professionals will make its debut on 10 May from 11am to 5pm to raise the level of sake appreciation in Singapore. Renowned sake experts from SIngapore and the region, including Mr Kenichiro Kojio, President of the 4-centuries-old Kojima Sohonten Co, will present a variety of topics from sustainability in sake production to the serving of sake in non-Japanese restaurants.

Tickets for the free-flow sessions are priced at S$55 per person or S$250 for a group of five. Trade shows tickets can be secured by pre-registering at www.sakematsuri.sg

S$55 – S$250

F1 Pit Building

1 Republic Boulevard 038974 Singapore

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