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JASSW Features Japanese Sake

The Japan-America Society of the State of Washington (JASSW) held a Celebrate Washoku series event featuring Japanese sake at 415 Westlake on May 23. Participating vendors introduced sake to locals and business representatives and shared ideas on how to match it with cuisines from around the world. Nik Virrey of Naka Restaurant, who was voted the Seattle’s best bartender in 2015, also joined the event. The JASSW’s next event will be “Salmon Meister” on June 25 featuring the local salmon industry and business between Japan and Alaska.

Photo courtesy of Japan-America Society of the State of Washington

ワ州日米協会による和食イベントが5月23日にシアトル市内415 Westlakeで開かれた。世界 各国の料理に合う日本酒をテーマに日本酒ビジネス関係者が様々な日本酒を出席者に紹介。日本 酒の広がりの可能性が探られた。日米協会は25日に地元市場を中心にアラスカ、日本との鮭ビジ ネスに関するイベントも予定している。

(写真提供 = ワ州日米協会)

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