Late
Sep
 2022

Sake Walk 2022

Sake Walk is the biggest sake event in Hong Kong, dedicated to the enjoyment of Japan’s most famous drink.

With over 80 sakes from 14 premium Japanese breweries, this is your chance to both sample and purchase some of the most famous sakes in the world.

This event takes place at the courtyard of the beautiful 1881 Heritage, a landmark in the heart of Tsim Sha Tsui. This former Marine Police Headquarters is one of Hong Kong’s oldest surviving buildings, and an amazing venue for any event.

If you’re really serious about sake, you can also join a Sake Masterclass to find out what sake is made of, how it’s produced, and how to drink it correctly. Classes feature a 60-minute talk followed by a guided tasting of four sake varieties.

By joining the masterclass, you will learn how to pair sake with different meals. The food pairing tips will help you recognise the versatility of sake, and know what kind of food options are the best match. Spaces are limited, so remember to sign up for our masterclass when you purchase your ticket.

To prevent the spread of COVID-19, many events have been canceled. Always check official sites before heading to an event.
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