Our guests are Shuso Imada, general manager of the Japan Sake & Shochu Information Center and Sebastien Lemoine, co-host of the fantastic podcast Sake On Air.
The Japan Sake & Shochu Information Center and Sake On Air jointly organized the fascinating online event Sake Future Summit 2020, which was held on Saturday, November 21st and Sunday November 22nd.
Since the program ran in Japanese Standard Time, many of us who have a massive time difference to Japan may have missed the event. Shuso and Sebastien will share with us the takeaway points from the summit.
Japanese sake has a history of 2000 years and it is truly a precious, soulful beverage. However, the consumption of Japanese sake has been steadily declining over the last decades. On the other hand, sake is becoming increasingly popular outside Japan.
In this episode, we will discuss what is happening in the Japanese sake industry and its future based on the takeaway points from the first-ever global sake summit! We will also discuss the shochu industry, a traditional Japanese spirits that is as important as sake.
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