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Marriott International Japan Fairfield by Marriott Roadside Station Project A tasting event to enjoy plum wine and sake will be held on June 22nd (Saturday) in Wakayama Prefecture, the country’s number one producer of plums!

Marriott International Japan
[Fairfield by Marriott Roadside Station Project] A tasting event to enjoy plum wine and sake will be held on June 22nd (Saturday) in Wakayama Prefecture, the country’s number one producer of plums! ~Collaboration with Nakano BC Co., Ltd. Event exclusive to hotel guests ……
Fairfield by Marriott Roadside Station Project (Location: Oyodonaka, Kita-ku, Osaka; Project Manager: Masahiro Taguchi) will be held on Saturday, June 22, 2024 at Nakano BC Co., Ltd. in Kainan City, Wakayama Prefecture. We will be holding a plum wine and sake tasting event in collaboration with . This event is exclusive to guests staying at the Fairfield by Marriott Wakayama Kumano Kodo Susami on the day of the event.
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https://fairfield-michinoeki-japan.com/ja
The Fairfield by Marriott Michi-no-Eki Project operates 29
lodging-specific hotels across the country and advocates a style of “traveling through the unknown charms of the region” using the hotels as bases. The concept of this project is “Let’s explore the unknown of Japan,” and the aim is to have you experience something unique to the region and discover unknown charms from all over the country. This plum wine and sake tasting event was also planned to allow you to experience the charm of Wakayama Prefecture.
Wakayama Prefecture has a mild climate with small temperature differences throughout the year, and long sunshine hours, making it a suitable place for growing agricultural products. Among them, plums have been ranked No. 1 in Japan in terms of production and yield for several decades. In collaboration with Nakano BC Co., Ltd. located in the “Plum Kingdom” of Wakayama Prefecture, we will be holding a plum wine and sake tasting event. The plums used in Nakano BC Co., Ltd.’s umeshu are only Nankoume, the highest quality variety from Wakayama Prefecture. A professional plum wine brewer carefully assesses the condition of the plum wine and creates high-quality plum wine that has the perfect triple signature of color, taste, and aroma. At the event, you can also taste Japanese sake such as umeshu made with
Beninankoume, one of the rarest Nankoume plums, and Junmai Ginjo Chokyu. Also, limited to 16 people, you can experience soaking plums in plum wine using Nanko plums from Wakayama Prefecture. Please take this opportunity to experience the unique charm of Wakayama
Prefecture.
Event details
[Date and time] June 22, 2024 (Sat) 16:00-19:00
[Venue] Fairfield by Marriott Wakayama Kumano Kodo Susami Lobby Lounge [Participants] Those staying at Fairfield by Marriott Wakayama Kumano Kodo Susami on the day of the event
[Participation fee] Plum wine and sake tasting: Free
      Plum wine pickling experience: 2,200 yen per person (tax included)       *You can take the pickled items home.
(Please pay at check-in. Cash not accepted, credit card payments only.) [Application] Plum wine and sake tasting: Not required If you are staying at the hotel, you are free to participate during the event hours.

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*Some: 16:00-17:00 8 people
*Second part: 17:30-18:30 8 people
*Persons under the age of 20 or those planning to drive are strictly prohibited from tasting alcoholic beverages.
About Nakano BC Co., Ltd.
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Founded in 1932. The brewery started out manufacturing soy sauce, and now operates as a sake brewery that produces liqueurs such as sake and plum wine, and distilled spirits. The company name “BC” is an abbreviation for “biochemical creation” and comes from our desire to improve our research and development capabilities and create unique products. Based on the fermentation technology and research and development that we have cultivated for the sake “Nagakyu”, we are working on creating new products that make use of ingredients unique to Wakayama, such as plums, mandarin oranges, sansho peppers, and persimmons, which are the agricultural products of Wakayama, which boasts the highest production volume in Japan. I’m here. While valuing working with the local community and contributing to the community, we are actively working to expand into overseas markets, and are currently expanding our sales channels to approximately 35 countries. https://www.nakano-group.co.jp/
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After graduating from graduate school, he joined Takara Shuzo Co., Ltd., a sake brewing company headquartered in Kyoto Prefecture. In 2005, I returned to Wakayama to take over the family business, and became involved in sake brewing, developing various products centered on plum wine, and gaining experience as a sake brewer. After accumulating a variety of experiences, he became the representative director and president in October 2015.
In addition to alcoholic beverages such as sake, plum wine, and shochu, Nakano BC has expanded into the production of plum juice, and in recent years has expanded into the production and sale of health foods using plum extract and aroma oil. In order to let everyone know about the charms of Wakayama, we would like to increase the number of places where people can enjoy drinking. I hope you enjoy drinking and enjoying it.
Fairfield by Marriott Michi-no-Eki Hotel plans to continue holding many events in various locations where you can fully enjoy the charm of the region. By holding events that can only be done in a location far from the city, we hope to provide guests with something to enjoy during their stay and contribute to the revitalization of local tourism. Event announcements will be posted on the official website, LINE official account, and SNS such as Instagram, so don’t miss out. Fairfield by Marriott Roadside Station Project
Official website: http://www.fairfield-michinoeki.com
Official Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/fairfieldmichinoeki/ Official Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ff.michinoeki
Official LINE account: @ffmichinoeki
For more information about the Fairfield by Marriott Michinoeki project and to make reservations, please visit
http://fairfield-michinoeki.com.
About Fairfield by Marriott
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