WABI: New Japanese Event This Summer

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Find out more about WABI - the latest food and drink event introducing Londoners to Japan's finest exports!

A unique opportunity to sample the tastes of Japan in one location, Japanese food and drink event - WABI - will introduce visitors to hundreds of different sakes, teas and Japanese products rarely accessed outside of Japan.

Taking place on 7th and 8th July, WABI will offer participants the opportunity to taste a variety of different sakes from around Japan - from the cloudy and fruity, to the sparkling and dry, with the chance to learn more about this popular Japanese drink from the on-hand experts. Visitors will also be able to purchase sake on site, alongside a variety of other Japanese products such as homewares and ceramics.

Visitors will also be encouraged to book in to workshops and masterclasses at the event, which will include: demonstrations from chefs, sushi making workshops, cocktail making and sake walks. If you have a foodie friend, make sure you drag them along for this weekend of Japanese-cuisine feasting.

Exhibitors at this two day event will include the likes of:


We’ll be there to provide you with all the information you’ll need to know before booking a trip to Japan


One of the major Japanese airlines flying directly from the UK to Japan

The Kyoto Distillery

Makers of KI NO BI gin - the first gin to be made in Japan!


Japanese food and drink company

The event will be held at The Lindley Hall, Elverton Street, London. Trade sessions will run on Friday 7th July from 12:00 - 16:30, after which there will be three consumer sessions to choose from:

7th July: 17:30 - 21:30

8th July: 11:00 - 15:00

8th July: 16:00 - 20:00

If you love all things Japan, or you’re keen to learn more about Japanese drinks and cuisine, make sure you get yourself a ticket. Sales are expected to go live any day now, with a limited number of tickets available, so get in there quick!

For more about the event, see the website here: www.wabi.live/.

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