The world's largest sake celebration outside Japan returns to Honolulu with an unparalleled selection of hundreds of premium sakes in peak condition. Sakes reflect every brewing region and style in Japan, with a rising number from U.S. brewers. About half are ultra-premium daiginjos, and more than half the sakes are unavailable in the U.S.
Rising to the occasion, 20 of Hawaii's top chefs and restaurants will present an eclectic lineup of sake-inspired pupus to nibble between sips.
What else? Izakaya Alley is back, bigger than ever, with upscale Japanese street food in a festive, lantern-lit outdoor setting. And limited Early Access tickets offer an exclusive one-hour headstart on the festivities.