Kampai Festival

15 things we liked at the Toronto festival of sake

The second annual Kampai Toronto festival of sake was on Thursday night at the Distillery District's Fermenting Cellar. Hosted by SIO (The Sake institute of Ontario), it featured over 120 different sakes from North America and Japan. Also on offer were tapas style delights from 12 local restaurants. With the tickets selling out quickly, 500 lucky guests were privy to a wonderful array of Japanese food and drinks culture.

Check out our slideshow of 15 of our favourite things from the event.

Photos by Morris Lum


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