Locals are invited to the House of Suntory’s pop-up tasting

The pop-up, rooted in the three pillars of Suntory: WA, Omotenashi and Monozukuri.

The House of Suntory invited the publication to their pop-up at Hyde Park Corner on March 15, to a delightful sensory journey, which captured the essence of Japanese culture.

The pop-up, rooted in the three pillars of Suntory – WA (harmony with Japanese nature), Omotenashi (experiences of Japanese hospitality and culture), and Monozukuri (Japanese craftsmanship), creates an immersive experience where visitors physically and digitally step into the essence of Brand Japan.

Eloise de Bruyn and Anliee Jansen van Rensburg. Photo: Asanda Matlhare

Elevate your understanding of Japanese craftsmanship and culture through exclusive weekend lifestyle masterclasses starting at 11:00. Each masterclass, spanning 120 minutes, includes a tantalising tasting pairing experience.

Tickets for these Saturday masterclasses are available at R1 200 per person to be purchased here.

Marie-Lais Emond. Photo: Asanda Matlhare

Daily Brand Tasting Experience:

Delve into the world of Japanese izakaya-style establishments with the daily brand-tasting experience, offering expertly curated food, gin, and whisky pairings. Tastings will be hosted on weekdays (Tuesday to Friday) at 13:00 and 19:00, providing a perfect opportunity to savour the essence of Japanese flavours.

Seize the opportunity to immerse yourself in Japanese culture pop-up, open for seven weeks.

With lunch and dinner seating for 12 people at a time, secure your ticket priced from R400. Book via Quicket and the doors open to the public from March 16.

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