After two rainy days the sun shone gloriously on the participants of the Tajimi Mino ware/sake festival at the North Exit of Tajimi Station, by the new park built there. Participants of the event Monday, September 18, could choose from a large variety of Mino ware sake cups as well as sake from a record number of local breweries.
Gifu Prefecture is well known for its excellent sake, and the Mino area in Gifu is a famous production centre for Mino ware. This event allowed participants to experience both. We recommend a visit to a local pub to enjoy both the beauty of Mino ware as well as local sake. A half hour train ride from Nagoya will take you there.
Sake/ceramics event Sept. 16 - 18
"Where mino ware ceramics and japanese sake meets"
A Mino ware ceramics/sake event will be held on September 16 (Sat) - 18 in Tajimi, at the Koei Tosui Square, 1 minutes walk from the train station.
You will be able to enjoy sake from Tajimi, Toki, Mizunami, Ena, Nakatsugawa, and Kani, all cities in the traditional Mino area in Gifu Prefecture. It's a rare occasion where you can drink sake from so many local breweries - 10 to be precise.
The Tile Coins are use to pay for the drinks in the event space.
The Starter Set includes 8 Tile Coins, a Mino ware sake cup of your choice, and yawarigi water (to soften the intoxication).
People who pre-order will also receive a Japanese tenugui hand towel.
The Trial Set includes 3 tile coins
The Additional Coin Set includes 5 extra tile coins.
Organiser: Tajimi Machitsukuri Ltd.
You can pre-order the Starter Set by mail (email@example.com) or phone (0572-23-2636), or order on the Web (https://kokeitosui.thebase.in/)
Please your name, telephone number and the number of event tickets you wish to order.
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We are visiting Stockholm September 5 - 6
Discover Tajimi's editor Hans Karlsson is visiting Stockholm September 5 - 6. You are welcome to mail him if you would like to meet. Please use the contact form on this site. See you there!
Hans o. Karlsson
Chief blogger for Tajimi Tourist Association.