Powerful girl who loves sports.
- 英語, 日本語
- グルメ, アウトドア･スポーツ, ファッション, 伝統文化, お酒
- About Mediator
- Hi! I’m Kanako. I am an undergraduate student. I like excersise, having experienced swimming, cheerleading, and athletics. I’m belonging to the “ Yosakoi” club at university,which is a traditional Japanese dance. We dance with very traditional Japanese folk song, but the choreography and costumes are very modern. I have performed Yosakoi in Taiwan before. If you like dancing or can teach me your country's dance, I’m very happy to share the experience with you!
A very informative and interesting tour which helped me to understand Japanese culture, especially with regards to sake brewery better. I have never been to Japan previously but the hosts were very friendly and interactive, encouraging us to particpate in the various quizzes and sharing more about their own experiences. It was eye-opening and I am now more interested to travel to Japan in future. The content of the tour was engaging as well because it shared about the various sake brewery process and history behind it, making it more indepth as I am hearing it firsthand from the hosts. In addition, the hosts shared interesting sake recipes that we can try to replicate at home to share with our friends! I especially liked the milk + cocktail sake as I have never tried this combination before. Recommended tour!
Awesome tour. They were really well prepared with videos and slides to help me understand about Japan's sake (rice wine) making.
I've learnt alot of things (eg. sake mixed with milk and that sake can be used to beautify skins) and they even offered us to tour us around aichi prefecture when we go there.
The tour's greatest strength lies in the student tour guides. Their passion in their presentation, alongside their enthusiasm in making the interaction two-sided was engaging and effective in breaking the ice rapidly. They were very intuitive and willing to listen to our opinions and experience in Singapore as well, which elevates the tour one step further, into an exchange of cultures and knowledge. I would highly recommend this tour for other people, not only to know better about this sake factory, but Japanese culturues beyond.