Win sake and a sake cup in a gacha! SAKEPOST Gacha, where you can win 100 ml pouches of sake from all over the country, together with sake vessels, at the Sake & Food Fest 2024 to be held at Tokyo Skytree Town® from 23-24 March.

FARM8 Co.,ltd

03/22/2024 8:00 am

Sake & Sakeware Gacha with prizes of local sake loved in regions all over Japan. SAKEPOST Gacha, produced by the sake subscription service SAKEPOST, can be experienced in Tokyo on 23-24 Mar (Sat-Sun) at Tokyo Skytree!

FARM8 Corporation (Nagaoka City, Niigata Prefecture / Representative Director: Atsushi Kabasawa) will hold a gacha booth at the “Walker Fest / Sake & Food Fest 2024″ (Venue: Sky Arena in Tokyo Skytree Town) organised by KADOKAWA Inc. on 23 (Sat) and 24 (Sun) March. SAKE POST”, a regular sake delivery service delivered by post, will have a gacha booth where visitors can win sake and sake containers produced by SAKE POST.

The sake you win by turning the gacha is randomly selected from over 70 sake breweries across the country that have partnered with SAKEPOST, a regular delivery service, and you can take home a 100 ml pouch of the brand. The winner will be chosen from a list of more than 70 sake breweries in partnership with SAKEPOST, which is a regular delivery service.

Sake containers made in Tsubame-Sanjo, such as copperware, wooden Masu and glass drinking cups, are also randomly selected to accompany the sake, providing an opportunity to experience a different kind of sake from other regions of Japan.

What is SAKEPOST Gacha?
SAKEPOST Gacha became a hot topic when it made its first appearance in Tokyo in September 2023 at a five-day limited event at Tokyo Station Gransta Square Zero, where it was enjoyed as a new kind of gacha with sake and sake vessels to be won. This is the second time it has appeared in Tokyo.

When you spin the wooden SAKEPOST gacha, you are guaranteed to win a combination of sake and sakeware.
The sake can be taken home in a 100 ml pouch size at random from among 70 partner sake breweries across the country, while the sake container can be any one of Tsubame-Sanjo copperware, wooden Masu or glass drinking cups, without missing out on anything.

The sake has no brand information on it, and by scanning the two-dimensional code on the back with a smartphone, you can view a variety of information about the sake, as well as a questionnaire on the opinions of users across the country who have drunk the same sake.

The gacha is operated by SAKEPOST.
This gacha is operated by SAKEPOST, a sake subscription service delivered by post. SAKEPOST is a subscription service for those who want to enjoy sake a little at a time.

SAKEPOST is a service started with the memory of wanting to create an opportunity to make locally-rooted sake breweries that produce delicious sake from all over the country better known. It is our hope that the SAKEPOST gacha will also create a variety of sake encounters.

Event overview.
What is Walker Fest?
Produced by Walker, which introduces outing destinations, the Food Fest is a food festival. The event is based on the concept of a marriage between sake and food, and is a great opportunity to enjoy the attractions of Japan.

Sake breweries from all over Japan participate!
Sake breweries from Tohoku, Hokuriku, Kanto, Kinki, Chugoku, Shikoku and Kyushu will open stalls. Each will offer a selection of their best sake. Enjoy the charm of the sake while getting a feel for its characteristics.

Event overview.
Sake & Food Fest 2024at Tokyo Skytree TownⓇ 4F Sky Arena
Date: 23 (Sat) and 24 (Sun) March 2024
Time: 23 (Sat) 12:00-20:00, 24 (Sun) 11:00-19:30
Last orders 30 minutes before each day.
Please note that the tickets may be sold out.
Venue: Tokyo Skytree TownⓇ 4F Sky Arena
Address: 1-1-2 Oshiage, Sumida-ku, Tokyo
Admission: free (tickets are required to purchase products)
Organised by: KADOKAWA Corporation Walker Fest Executive Committee

Tickets worth 500 yen, redeemable for goods at the venue, are sold in bundles of four or eight. Both alcohol and food can be exchanged.
The SAKEPOST gacha can be turned once with two tickets.

Cherry blossom forecast and timing of the SAKEPOST gala.
The timing of the event coincides with the forecasted blossoming of the cherry blossoms in Tokyo, so it will be a good time to go out after getting sake and sake cups from the gacha for cherry blossom viewing.
Enjoy an unforgettable weekend with locally-beloved sake from all over Japan, which is usually unavailable in Tokyo.
Please note that drinking under 20 years of age is prohibited by law and alcoholic beverages cannot be served to those under 20.

SAKEPOST Gacha management company.
Planning and management
FARM8 Ltd.
Representative Director: Atsushi Kabasawa
Head office: 3662 Raigo-ji Maeda, Nagaoka City, Niigata Prefecture
Established: February 2015

Liquor distributor.
FERMENT8 Corporation (FARM8 Group)