"Iwate, land of gold" unveils at the House of Sake
Japan’s second largest prefecture, Iwate is located to the northeast of Honshu Island. Already admired by Marco Polo, the wonders produced on these terroirs are presented in Paris. There is of course sake which was developed in the region during the seventeenth century and whose know-how is now particularly recognized. But also gastronomic products that tell the maritime riches of Iwate, its agricultural tradition and especially its crafts. Thus, ironwork, lacquer, marquetry, carpentry of art and dye deploy their splendors. A wealth of ideas for unique Christmas gifts.
Until March 31st, 2017. www.lamaisondusake.com