The 2015 Sushi & Sake Fest is just around the corner…
Please join us Wednesday, November 4 at the Museum of History & Industry for this once-a-year chance to enjoy some of the region’s finest sushi and premium sake—all while supporting an important community organization and learning about some of the exciting developments on our horizon.
Individual tickets are $100 and can be purchased through Brown Paper Tickets or by downloading this form and mailing it to Densho along with a check.
Sponsored tables seat eight guests and are available for $2,000.
Buy your tickets now before the event sells out!
Sake room and MOHAI exhibits open.
Sushi reception starts.
Entertainment will be provided by acclaimed jazz pianist, Deems Tsutakawa.
Short program. Enter to win drawing.
*Times subject to change without notice
Food & Beverage
There will be fresh sushi prepared by fabulous local chefs, premium, sake and Japanese beer served at the Fest.
Participating Sushi Restaurants
Sake & Beer
We would like to welcome Vinum Wine Importing & Distributing, LLC as the distributor for companies who donate sake and beer for the Sushi & Sake Fest.
Beer and Sake Providers
Japan Prestige Sake Association presents guest sake makers from Japan.
2015 Sushi & Sake Fest Sponsors
We appreciate the generous support from all of our sponsors and supporters. Please contact Densho’s Special Event Manager for more information about Sushi & Sake Fest sponsorship opportunities.
Delta Air Lines | KLM Royal Dutch Airlines | Air France
Gobo Enterprises, LLC
Victor and Mary Ikeda
Frank and June Sato
Contact Densho’s Special Event Manager for details about sponsorships: [email protected]
If you are unable to attend but would like to make a donation to Densho, you may donate online or contact Densho at 206-320-0095.
Venue, Directions, and Parking Information
The Sushi & Sake Fest takes place at the Museum of History & Industry at South Lake Union (860 Terry Avenue N, Seattle, WA). Please allow extra time due to the construction in the area.
Parking will be available on the east side of Westlake Avenue North. From there, walk across the bridge and Lake Union Park to reach MOHAI (map).
Please contact [email protected] or (206) 320-0095.