I had a Japanese Sake Party in May since my husband got nice sake from Aizu. I served “Snowdrop（スノードロップ）” as an aperitif for my guest.
This was made of Japanese sake and yogurt by Akebono liquor in Aizu. We chose a fresh strawberry flavor that is a limited product only in spring. The sweetness is modest and very tasty. Everybody loved it .^^
We chose “Kazenomori（風の森)” for next one. This was made by Yunaga liquor in Nara. This sake was full with umami with a slightly sparkling texture, and had a refreshing taste like wine.
I made some seasonal dishes using some fresh horse mackerel(Aji) and bonito(Katsuo).
If you want to try my dishes with Japanese sake, contact me. We can negotiate and I will arrange for you. ♪
I went to Aizu in Fukushima with my family during Golden week (long Japan’s holiday in May). We went from Shinjuku expressway bus terminal. It took about 4 hours to get to my hometown. May is a good season for watching fresh green forests and beautiful flowers. ^^ We enjoyed staying my parents’ house and visited nice shops and restaurants in this trip. ♪
Aizu cotton maker “IIE Lab”
Italian Restaurant “Ristorante Luce（リストランテルーチェ）”
Japanese Restaurant “Takino（田季野）”
Japanese Restaurant “Tsuruga（鶴賀）”
We met a private mascot “Otane-kun（おたねくん）” on the street. ^^
My name is Hiromi. I’m a house mom who lives in middle Tokyo and organizes Global Space Net events. I like cooking and drinking and also love to spend time with people who are from different cultures and backgrounds.
I often arrange lunch parties and walks in town for fun. ♪
I’m also qualified as a Sake Expert by the Japan Sake Association.
If you want to interested in my party and food, contact me. We can negotiate and I will arrange for you. ♪
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