Enjoy a great time over Japanese sake tasting and food pairing in this remarkable activity. Not only you get to relax and mingle with the locals and fellow tourists but you also get to capture some of your heart’s emotions by putting it on a blank canvas and bringing it to life. The activity starts with learning all about Japanese sake productions. You get to take down notes on what food is best for this certain type of Japanese sake and get more insider’s tips as the activity goes on. After that, delicious food such as sushi, sweets, and snacks will all be served accompanied by various types of Japanese sake to taste. In here, you get to be familiarized with how one Japanese sake tastes entirely different to the next one. Of course, it doesn’t stop there because, after that, it’s time for the painting session where you will paint various portrayals of Japan’s most iconic mountain, Mt. Fuji. What’s great about this is that you get to bring home your masterpiece and hang it anywhere at the comforts of your home. It’s the perfect exploration of art, great food, and sake.
Highlights of Japanese Sake Tasting and Painting Your Own Mt Fuji Event in Tokyo:
- Learn all about Japanese sake production and get tips on how to choose the perfect sake with your food
- Paired with delicious local snacks, sushi, and sweets, have a taste of different types of sake from Takesago Brewery which is located at the base of Mt. Fuji in Shizuoka Prefecture
- Create your own masterpiece by participating in a painting session which is inspired by the various portrayals of Japan’s most iconic mountain
What is Included in the Price:
- Snacks, sweets, sushi and Japanese sake served
- Materials for the painting session
- Bring home the painting you created
Minimum of 2 people. If you are a single traveler, please contact us.
Located just fifteen minutes away from one of the busiest intersections in the world, Daikanyama is often referred as the Brooklyn of the Japanese capital, Tokyo. This popular destination showcases the perfect marriage between rural and urban life – small boutiques, old houses, quiet parks, fine architectures, and open-cafés and restaurants. The streets are lined with lush trees and greens, making it feel like it’s summer all year round. It gives off that laidback and relaxed vibe that most Japanese people crave, a beautiful escape from the boisterous crowd of the city, and succumbing to the quiet and peaceful afternoons of the day. Daikanyama also features arts and culture, making it the perfect place for artists and enthusiasts to enjoy the artsy, modern life.
Exploring the place on foot is encouraged but one can always opt to ride the bicycle. Around the area are places you can swing by and check such as art galleries, parks, independent bookstores and music stores, and small restaurants which are all perfect for thoughtful conversations and sharing quality time with family and friends. Daikanyama is the perfect place for anyone who wants to escape the city life.
Meeting Location and Meeting Time:
The meeting point will be in front of LUSH Cosmetic Store, which is by the entrance to Daikanyama Train Station.
Address: 20-11 Daikanyamachō, Shibuya-ku, Tōkyō-to 150-0034
Google Maps: https://goo.gl/maps/X62fFNxjrJx
Meeting time is at 5:45 pm. The event starts exactly at 6 pm and ends at 8:30 pm.
The easiest way is to come on the Tokyu Toyoko Line from Shibuya Station to Daikanyama Station.
Special Notes from the Organizer:
Our painting teachers will provide an apron to protect your clothing but we suggest wearing casual clothes as there are sometimes stains from the acrylic paints we use for the studio session.