Legends in their field, Shibanuma have been producing top quality soy sauce since 1688- that’s over 300 years! Now these experts are putting on a special exclusive event with Japan Centre on Saturday May 16th. If you consider yourself a foodie and are curious to learn more about Japanese cuisine, this is an event you cannot miss…
A family business since 1688 (the same year as the ‘Glorious Revolution’ in Blighty and the birth date of Anne Robinson for all you history buffs), Shibanuma are renowned throughout Japan for producing superior quality soy sauce utilising traditional methods.
Here’s what Shibanuma say about themselves:
Our family business has been passed down through generations since 1688, offering quality based
artisanal soy sauce. Even today, we continue to produce our soy sauce in wooden barrels with care &
precision in a natural environment as we did hundreds of years ago.
We’re delighted to be working together with Mr. Shibanuma, Proprietor of Shibanuma Soy Sauce, to be putting on this very special event. Here are the details you need to know:
What is it? A special lecture from Mr. Shibanuma on producing soy sauce the traditional way since 1688. This is bound to offer a fascinating insight into soy sauce production by the man who knows best.
There’ll also be food sampling, which will include pairing sublime Shibanuma soy sauce with complimentary food samples – and sake.
When is it? Saturday 16th May – 16.00 – 17.30
How much? Tickets cost just £15, including complimentary samples.
So do something a little different and get informed, taste exceptional cuisine and have an afternoon to remember with Shibanuma and Japan Centre.