The 1st Japanese Alcoholic Beverages Symposium “Shuen – Wine, Shochu, and Sake – Towards the future of Japanese alcoholic beverages” (the 4th Sakeology Symposium, the 17th Symposium on Shochu & Fermentation Studies at Kagoshima University), jointly organized by Sakeology Center, Niigata University; the Institute of Enology and Viticulture, University of Yamanashi; and the Education and Research Center for Fermentation Studies, Kagoshima University, will be held in a hybrid format (on-site and online) on Thursday, November 25 from 1:00 p.m. at the Niigata University Central Library Hall.
The three Centers signed a Collaborative Agreement in September 2021 (Note 1) to further promote education and research activities related to Japanese alcoholic beverages.
As the first step of these activities, the three Centers will hold the 1st Japanese Alcoholic Beverages Symposium and introduce the respective initiatives of the Centers, overviews of each Japanese alcoholic beverage brewing, and the latest activities and research.
Online participation is available for the general public.
We look forward to your participation.
(The symposium will be held in Japanese.)
The 1st Japanese Alcoholic Beverages Symposium “Shuen – Wine, Shochu, and Sake – Towards the future of Japanese alcoholic beverages”
・Date and time: Thursday, November 25, 2021, 13:00 – 16:50
・Target: Everyone is welcome
・Method: On-site and online (Zoom)*Only online participation is available for the general public
・Number of participants: 400
・How to apply :*Please fill out the Google Form (https://forms.gle/9mptx2mURZmaXC836)
・Application deadline: Sunday, November 21, 2021
Those who have applied will be contacted on Monday, November 22, with information about the online connection (Zoom).
If you do not receive an email after November 22, please contact Sakeology Center.
*If you are unable to use the Google Forms, please contact us by email or phone with the following information;
Name (furigana), Affiliation, Phone number, Email address (for sending Zoom information)
*Personal information will not be used for any other purpose
Contact: Sakeology Center, Niigata University
TEL 025-262-7079 (Monday-Friday, 9:00-17:00, except holidays)
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