At the Luxury Resident’s Lounge in Oakwood Premier Tokyo
WINING & DINING in TOKYO and Bellwood International will hold a special dinner and Japanese music event at the Resident’s Lounge of Oakwood Premier Tokyo. The event features live Japanese traditional Nagauta and Shamisen performance, five kinds of Japanese finger food, Soy Sauce Linguiça, Japanese Wagashi Sweets, as well as three kinds of Japanese sake to savouring. Limited to 30 guests. Please make your reservation (reserve a table) as soon as possible.
Japan Premier Night Features
Dynamic Japanese traditional Nagauta and Shamisen Live Performance by 4 musicians
Three kinds of Japanese Sake selected by a long established Liquor store; Mitsuya Saketen since 1925.
Six kinds of Japanese Food
Seasonal Japanese Sweets presented by Vegetable Wagashi Lab
Beautiful Tableware presented by TSUNE
Date: Friday, September 20, 2019. From 7pm to 9pm (Door Open at 6:30pm)
Venue: Oakwood Premier Tokyo, Resident’s Lounge
Address: 1-8-2 Marunouchi, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo
Fee: JPY8,000 (Tax and service charge included)
Japanese Finger Foods, Main Dish, Dessert
1: Japanese Style Egg Pinchos
2: Canape of thinly-sliced Burdock Root
3: Bagna càuda Japanese Style
4: Rich-flavored tofu resembling the taste of foie gras and cheese
5: Pork and Leek with Yuzu Pepper
6: Soy sauce flavored Linguiça
7: Wagashi; Japanese Sweets made with Vegetables
Reservation and Ticket
Please purchase your digital ticket via the link below and show the ticket’s (QR Code) at the reception. To avoid congestion on the day, we will using the digital “PassMarket” ticket services through Yahoo! JAPAN. Thank you for your understanding and cooperation.
Cancellation policy: Cancellations and no-shows after September 17 will be charged the full fee.
Produced by Business World Corporation, Bellwood International and HONDA WORKS
Supported by Mitsuya Liquor store, Muneo Global, Vegetable Japanese Sweet labo, TSUNE、
Performed by Okayasu Kiyora (Nagaura), Okayasu Kayo (Nagaura, Shamisen), Mochizuki MIsaho (Fue) and Umeya Takane (O-hayashi)