The second time in Sydney, a fun-packed Japanese festival “Sake Festival” & “Edo Digital Art Exhibition” where visitors can taste Japanese sake and experience its traditional culture, will be held at Carriageworks in Sydney on Saturday 30 September to Sunday 1 October!
Food stalls by local restaurants.
Free Sake 101 seminars and food pairing sessions.
Panel talks by Australian sake industry professionals.
Live Japanese drum (taiko) performance, singer, DJ, dance performance, HANANINGEN show.
A special digital exhibition on the theme of the Edo period (1603 - 1867) in Japan. Introducing Ukiyo-e paintings, the life in Edo, and the historical charm that began in the Edo period.
President, Izumibashi Sake Brewery. Born in Ebina City, Kanagawa Prefecture in 1968. Current President of Izumibashi Sake Brewery...
Wayne Shennen is a seasoned hospitality professional, having worked in the industry since 2002 and lived in several countries, including...
Simone is based in Melbourne. She has been traveling to various locations in Japan since 2003 and spent the best....
Sandra is an accomplished Australian Sake Educator who has dedicated her career to promoting Japanese Sake, providing....
Wadaiko Rindo Sydney is a Sydney-based Japanese taiko drumming ensemble established in 2010 with the support of...
Hananingen, a Japanese floral arrangement technique, has reached Australia with a florist YUKA KONNO becoming the first person....
The Consouls are a Sydney based ensemble that combine jazz and video game music to create a sound unlike any other. Think Mario meets...
Nana Koizumi（Trumpeter, Singer） - Nana Koizumi, based in Nara Prefecture, Japan, is a trumpeter, vocalist, composer, educator, graphic...
The V2R Trio (Virtual 2 Reality) is not your typical classical piano trio. They are a Sydney based Video Game Music (VGM) piano trio...
Tataku is a Japanese drumming team from Australia Taiko Academy in Sydney. The members of Tataku are from 13 years old to 18 years old...
We, Twisting Tornadoes, are a dance team formed by elementary and high school students who all have Japanese backgrounds. At the Sake...
Break Juku is a kids' breakdance and Hip Hop class taught by experienced dancers to raise future Street Dancers. Classes are conducted...
Hideboo is an established Australian Bboy. He migrated to Australia in 2004 and has since been involved in the Australian Hip Hop...
Ren is an artist who specialises on ‘Shodo’, Japanese traditional calligraphy. In 2003 he gained Australian permanent residence as an...
WABORI KIMONO is a mixture of Australian Sprit and Japanese Elegance. This is a wonderful combination of Indigenous Art of Australia and...
Altitude Attitude Beverage
Asahi-Shuzo Sake Brewing
Black Market Sake
Chiyomusubi Sake Brewery
Hakutsuru Sake Brewing
Ippin Yoshikubo Shuzo / Grow Green Tea
Japan Prestige Sake Association
Jun Pacific Corporation
Just Liquor Ashfield
Kiku-Masamune Sake Brewing
Miyao Sake Brewing
Niigata Daiichi Shuzo
Sake Honda / Bottle Shop Mino
The Wine and Beverage
Convini by Yorimichi
Life it Labo
Mama Kim's Kitchen
Sushi Bar by Masuya
Ceramic Studio En
Pine Village Pty Ltd (EPON Golf Oceania)
The Zen Concept - KIKINOKI & JINOKI
Exploring NARA, The Heartland of Japanese Food Culture
Hokkaido Tourism Organization
Responsible Service of Alcohol practices will be observed.
Australian Sake Festival Ticket Refund Policy:
If you have Australian Sake Festival tickets and the event is cancelled or postponed, we will contact you to offer you a transfer of your booking to a future event or a refund. Tickets will not be refunded for a change of mind.
Even if someone else will be attending the event with your ticket, you do not need to change the name on the ticket. You will not be refused entry if you are not the person named on the ticket. You will be required to check in.