The Hiroshima Sake Seminar- Sake and Cheese in Le Cordon Bleu Tokyo takes place in a series of events started in Paris on October 6th, 2018. On that day, Le Cordon Bleu Paris took part in the 5th Sake Fair in France. In recent years, the French have demonstrated a keen interest in Sake, which is attracting a growing number of chef and gourmet fans, thanks to its fruity and spicy flavours which have proved to be remarkable matches even for the most classical French dishes. Hiroshima Prefecture is keen on promoting Sake to France gourmets, for this reason, Hiroshima Prefecture’s Sake Producers' Association and Le Cordon Bleu decided to join forces to present a tasting of two emblematic products: Sakes from Hiroshima prefecture and Cheese, the gastronomic element which for French gourmets, is most suited for pairing with alcoholic beverages. For years, Cheese and wine pairing has been a classic basic of gastronomy and the pairing between sake and cheese has taken the alternative to wine to a surprising sophisticated level, sometimes bringing complexity into traditionnally simple cheeses. Now, Le Cordon Bleu and Hiroshima Sake are bringing the concept back to Japan, looking forward to spreading the cultural bridge also from Japan.
Lecture & Tasting
Saturday, March 9th 2019, 14:00-16:00 (English)
Alcohol will be served during this course. Participants must be at least 20 years old.
5,000yen (Tax included)
Le Condon Bleu Tokyo
《 Remarks 》
＊The seminar is presented only in English.
＊ Online registration only. *Applying over the phone or in person is not permissible.
＊ There will be no refunds provided in the event of absence and/or late arrival. Please note that class date cannot be changed. For further details, please refer to class terms & conditions.
＊ Please be reminded that this class may be cancelled if the number of the participants does not reach the required number.
【Guidelines of the day】
- The registration starts 30 minutes prior to the class.
- Please register at the reception 10 minutes before class. We do not accept registration after class begins.
- Things to bring： Materials for note taking, camera (no video and voice recording).