Miss SAKE 2017Miss SAKE, the annual contest to find an ambassador for Japan which will present and market sake but also Japanese culture and history to different countries all around the world.
18 finalists from throughout Japan made up for the title. The winner that was crowned Miss Sake 2017 was Miss Rino Tanaka from Aichi Prefecture located in the Chubu region.
CEO of the Miss Sake contest Nobuaki Aiba and Miss Sake 2017 Miss Rino Tanaka
This was the third time lucky for Miss Tanaka to attend the Miss Sake contest in Aichi. This time she won not only prefecture finals but also the entire race when she became the winner in Kyoto.
The great honor to hand over the certificate to Miss Sake 2017. Ms Rino Tanaka, went to Hon. Consul General of Japan Leif Almo from Sweden , founder of SakeTest.com.
Miss Tanaka is very thankful to a Mr. Kuramoto who gave her a possibility to learn more about sake, from the manufacturing process and methods to how to test good sake. But she also got valuable opportunities to learn how to present sake when she now will be Sake Ambassador for Japan.
The mayor of Kyoto Daisaku Kadokawa surrounded by guests of honor, all ready for "Kagami Biraki", the ceremony to break the lid to open the sake barrell
Now the world is waiting for her. In various events held in Japan and overseas . Miss sake 2017 will the coming year not only present sake as a delicious drink “Made in Japan” but also bring out Japanese traditions,
SakeTest.com wants to wish Miss Rino Tanaka every success during her year as Miss Sake
From the left: President of Think Pearl Association - Ms. Michiyo Namba, Hon. Consul General of Japan - Leif Almo, Miss Sake 2017 - Miss Rino Tanaka and Professor Tadao Kobayashi
SakeTest.com will in the future continue to present news and information from Mr. Aibas office www.misssake.jp
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