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one spesh week only, the garden courtyard of The Hoxton, Shoreditch is being transformed into a super Japanese sake bar, just in time for spring. Originally created as a thirst-quenching treat for Japanese sports lovers during the Tokyo ’64 Olympics, cup sakes are individual servings of the spirit presented in highly decorative cans. In collaboration with The Museum of Sake, The Hox Cup Sake Bar will have 20 varieties of cup sake ready to sample…super rare outside of Japan…and will pay homage to their origin by screening footage from the Tokyo games on a 20 metre long concertina paper bar. There’s also a series of sake tasting events scheduled for the week, pairing brewers up with local food institutions, led by sake samurai Natsuki Kikuya. So get down there for your own sake…

6pm-11pm Mon-Fri, 12pm-11pm Sat & 12pm-8pm Sun, Mon 29th Feb – Sun 6th March 2016
The Hoxton Shoreditch, 81 Great Eastern St, London, EC2A 3HU