Thank you to everyone who signed up for our Niigata Tour. We have a full group, so registration is closed. But, if you are interested in traveling with us in 2014, please consider our Okayama Tour for a perfect combination of sake and art. We look forward to hearing from you.
Meet David Padberg, Executive Chef at Raven & Rose. He talks about his experience traveling to Akita with Sake Brewery Tours. Sorry, David, I forgot to hit record at the beginning. David, it was fun and a great pleasure to travel to Akita with you!
In Niigata, Geigi is the correct name for Geisha. Sake Brewery Tours to Niigata welcome dinner on Feb. 17 gives you a taste of the old elite society of Niigata with exquisite local cuisine, sake, and Geisha dance performance. Take a peek at the Geigi performance in the old quarter of Niigata.
Music of this video is pretty loud. So, don’t be startled when you start to play.
On the 2nd day of our Niigata Tour (Feb 17 – 21, 2014), Miyao-san will be guiding us through the beautiful Fukushima-gata slough where he grows sake rice in the summer. During the snow season, the vast plains become home for migrating swans.
Meet Miyao-san in the video! He and his family believe in sustainable organic farming.
Also, the French and sake dinner pairing at historic Imayo Tsukasa brewery gives you an idea what our evening will be like on the 2nd day.