Sake Tasting & Film Screenings
This event is now over
- Feb 5-7, between 5-8pm — Sake sampler pickup dates at participating restaurants in Baltimore region
- Feb 9 (Tue), 7-8pm — “Why NOW is the time to drink sake” by Monica Samuels. Followed by sake tastings!
- Feb 10 (Wed) – Feb 12 (Fri) — Kampai! Sake Sisters Film Screening
- Feb 13 (Sat) – Feb 15 (Mon) — “Koi no shizuku” (For Love’s Sake) Film Screening
About this event
The Baltimore Kawasaki Sister City Committee invites you to join a socially distanced Sake and Film event. We are almost there…. Let‘s Stay Home and enjoy experiencing Japan’s favorite beverage, SAKE!
Registered attendees receive access to all three events: A Virtual Sake Tasting Experience, and TWO Sake Film Screenings.
A complimentary “Sake Sample Set” is available to participants who registered early to pick up from one of our participating restaurants in the Baltimore region. (PLEASE NOTE: There are no more complimentary sake sets left — they were available on a first registered, first served basis and have proven to be very popular!)
If you were chosen for a complimentary set, we will email a sake sample voucher with your restaurant pick-up location in the Baltimore region. Please be sure to pick up your sake set at your designated restaurant on your voucher; restaurants will verify your name on their respective lists. Pick up locations cannot be changed and we will do our best to accommodate your restaurant preferences. We thank you, in advance, for your understanding.
Learn more about sake!
In collaboration with NHK WORLD-JAPAN, we bring to you the additional programs related to sake:
SAKE R-Evolution: A Fever Brewing across the Globe
SAKE R-Evolution: Heady Milestones in a New Era
And please take the survey after watching NHK WORLD-JAPAN’s programs!
In collaboration with JETRO-Kanagawa, we bring to you the additional programs related to sake:
Crafting the Perfect Sake in Kanagawa
Organizers and supporters
Presented by: Baltimore-Kawasaki Sister City Committee (BKSCC)
Sponsored by: Embassy of Japan in the United States of America
Supported by: Asian Arts & Culture Center at Towson University, Baltimore Sister Cities, Inc. JETRO-NY and Kanagawa Office in NY, NNHK WORLD-JAPAN
Restaurants: Matsuri in Federal Hill, State Fare in Catonsville, Ramen Utsuke in the Inner Harbor
Breweries: Imada Brewery, Izumibashi Brewery, Tensei Brewery