Say kanpai! to the Japanese celebration of Nihonshu No Hi, or Day of the Sake, which will be celebrated in San Francisco on Saturday October 6th. This will be the ~7TH ANNUAL SAKE DAY~ to come to our fair city, and the celebration will feature more than 100 sake tastings, as well as food and sake pairings. The event is organized by True Sake, the super sake shop here in the city, and Nombe. Some of the sakes will be quite rare, and the izakaya-style food will be provided by Nombe and Mari Takahashi of Sozai. Live Okinawan music by Sushi Cal Band will provide your sake soundtrack, and be sure to check out the silent auction.
The event will be held at the Japanese Cultural and Community Center of Northern California in Japantown, and all proceeds will benefit the center’s programs. The festivities go from 5pm-8pm, and tickets are $65 until September 30th. After that they will cost $75 online, or $80 at the door (and bring your ID!). 1840 Sutter St. at Webster. For questions, contact True Sake at 415-355-9555.
Saturday Oct 6, 2012
$65 until September 30th, $75 after, $80 at the door.
Japanese Cultural and Community Center of Northern California
1840 Sutter St. at Webster