Every year since 2013, the "Salon du Sake" event takes place in Paris and allows sake lovers to meet with sake professionals. Urakasumi is participating in this year's edition held from October 6th to October 8th. More than 500 types of sakes and more than 120 different producers were gathered in the largest scale event of sake up to now. We will work harder on promotion in order to further increase the visibility of the "Urakasumi" brand in France and its surrounding countries!
For the 2018 "Salon du Sake", Urakasumi Sake Brewery was proud to participate along with our distributor Societe Kioko as we were able to make a direct contact with local business owners, professionals, and consumers. Introducing a new product to be distributed in France, the"Genshu Urakasumi", we were very pleased to receive the extremely positive comments of those who tried it. Since "Junmai Urakasumi", "Urakasumi Zen", and "Yamadanishiki Junmai Daiginjo Urakasumi" were also offered during the event, not only were the sake-lovers delighted to taste signature products from our brewery, but first-timers also made great discoveries as the culture of sake is expanding in France and Europe.
We would like to thank everyone who participated in this success as we hope to see you all enjoy the classic and elegant Urakasumi Sake in France. Your comments are precious and your satisfaction is our priority.
We are promoting Urakasumi sake at MEIDI-YA in Singapore from today the 21st for 3 days!
We are promoting "Urakasumi" sake in restaurants in Taipei with our distributor "Long Star".
This year is our 6th year since Urakasumi first started to export to Sri Lanka.
In order to help understand the world of sake, we held some staff trainings at several hotels and also a sake pairing dinner at Nihonbashi which is among the Asia's 50 Best Restaurants List 2018！
We had an honour to hold a sake dinner event at Kaiseki Yu-zen Hashimoto to pair Urakasumi sake with beautiful Kaiseki dishes.
We then exhibited at the biggest sake festival in Canada, Kampai Toronto, yesterday.
Participants enjoyed over 175 items of sake, shochu and liqueur from more than 30 sake and shochu makers from Japan and Toronto!