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Sakekasu Workshop and Lunch

Sakekasu Workshop and Lunch – Recipes and Beauty Care – Feb 22, 2017

Fermented foods are great for the gut and the skin, so come learn at the Best Living Japan/On Japan Sakekasu Workshop and Lunch. You will learn all about Sakekasu and how to use it in food anSakekasu Workshop and Lunch d drink recipes and as a skin lotion and cream. The Sakekasu workshop and lunch will be on Wednesday, Feb 22nd, 2017 from 10:00 – 12:30 (includes the workshop and lunch) in Omotesando. Only 20 seats are available so register soon.

Fermented foods, such as Sakekasu, has 10 times the fiber than rice helping with constipation, and supposedly has over 100 enzymes which help lower cholesterol and prevent diabetes and obesity. Sakekasu also contains ceramide which promotes the natural exfoliation of the skin aiding with moisture, elasticity and removing discoloration. Sakekasu is the white residue “mush” from the sake making process. Kasu literally means garbage “to throw away” which people use to do, but now that we know the health benefits Sakekasu is being used as a cooking ingredient from soups to cakes and for beauty products.

Sakekasu Workshop and Lunch

The Sakekasu Workshop will be conducted by a Ms. Satoko Utsugi who is a bi-lingual sake sommelier.

10:00-11:30 Satoko’s workshop. Learn about Sakekasu – how to use in cooking and beauty care, and where and how to buy.

11:30-12:30 Lunch and mingling. Lunch will include recipes made with Sakekasu. The recipes will be provided to you. You will also be able to try Amasake (a non-alcoholic drink made from Sakekasu).

Satoko Utsugi, Sakekasu workshop

Profile of Satoko Utsugi

Satoko is an international sake sommelier certified by SSI (Sake Service Institute). She has been organizing and hosting various Japanese sake events both for Japanese and non-Japanese guests with an aim to share the diversified Japanese sake world with them. She tastes over 300 types of sake each year and visit numerous sake breweries while searching for the latest advances and trends in the Japanese sake world. She is passionate about the health and beauty effectiveness of Japanese sake including Sake-kasu (fermented mush), and use it in varied way in daily life other than enjoying it just as an alcohol beverage.

About OnJapan Project

OnJapan is a unique community platform focused on Japan. With OnJapan CAFÉ at Harajuku, Tokyo as a hub, the Project has already launched OnJapan EVENT and OnJapan TRAVEL, as well as creating original projects to connect international travelers and the global community interested in a deeper and more rewarding experience of Japan with individuals and organizations in Japan.

For more information about OnJapan, please visit: www.onjapan.tokyowww.facebook.com/onjapantokyowww.twitter.com/onjapantokyo

Sakekasu Workshop and Lunch Details

Event Date and Time: Wednesday, February 22, 2017; 10:00 – 12:30

Location of Event: OnJapan CAFÉ, 6-8-1 Jingu-mae, Shibuya-ku Tokyo TEL: 03-6434-1228 (behind Kiddyland)

Cost: 4,000 JPY per/person for worshop and lunch. Registration is necessary. Cancellations must be received two days before the event.

Register here! 


Sakekasu Workshop and Lunch

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