This weekend we attended a Japanese food walk in Copenhagen which we’ve initiated on behalf of our client Visit Japan – and nicely organized by Katrine Klinken. During the day, the participants got to get “a bite of Japan” in Copenhagen (litterally) as we started off with a Japanese inspired breakfast, followed by Japanese green tea and matcha cake in Muji’s tea house in Central Copenhagen. The day ended at Jah Izakaya where high quality sake and Japanese snacks were served.
Everyone also got a nice JNTO branded goodiebag with inspirational materials, a small purse and a few snacks from Muji. Besides sharing a lot of interesting info and facts during the day, connecting the places we visited to Japan and Japanese food, Katrine Klinken had also prepared a quiz about Japanese food and food culture.
All in all the event was a great success and served as a great teaser until the participants can actually visit Japan – either again or for the first time.