The Art of Japanese Urushi  &  Sake Tasting
Oct
6
6:00 pm18:00

The Art of Japanese Urushi & Sake Tasting

  • Japan Society

Join us for a seminar about the beauty and culture of Japanese Urushi (lacquer)
originating from Ninohe City, Iwate Prefecture, in northern Japan. 

Tasting of Nanbu-Bijin, Japanese premium Sake, to follow 
Urushi art demonstration by Urushi artists from Japan

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Ninohe Journey in New York
Oct
4
9:00 am09:00

Ninohe Journey in New York

  • Metropolitan Pavilion

By Invite only!!

New York Mutual Trading’s Japanese Food and Restaurant Expo features exhibitors showcasing new products in food, seasoning, and restaurant ware, and draws quite the crowd of people from the food and restaurant industries in the Northeast. (Last year, 1200 people attended the Expo.)
At the Expo, there will be a space designated for Ninohe specialties, and the producers will have the opportunity to tell attendees about their product and offer samples. 

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EN Japanese Brasserie
Oct
3
Oct 5

EN Japanese Brasserie

  • En Japanese Brasserie

EN Japanese Brasserie will offer a Nanbu-Bijin Tasting Set (appetizer included), and lacquer ware will be available for sale. Appetizers created by executive chef Abe Hiroki.

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SakaMai
Oct
3
Oct 5

SakaMai

  • SakaMai

The modern izakaya and sake bar, SakaMai, will offer a Nanbu-Bijin Tasting set at a special price. Appetizers created by executive chef Takanori Akiyama

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Kyo-Ya
Oct
2
Oct 4

Kyo-Ya

  • Kyo-Ya

njoy a Ninohe Journey Kaiseki 10 course dinner paired with 5 different kinds of Southern Beauty - Nanbu Bijin sake at Kyo Ya, one of the hardest reservations to get in New York. Executive Chef Chikara Sono will be serving a menu designed around Ninohe ingredients and plated on Joboji Urushi Workshop Co.Ltd. lacquerware. Limited to 12 people per day. 

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