ozeki_junmai_cupOn July 16, 2009, Kanpai NY and Soba Totto co-sponsored a “Cup Sake Matsuri” with UrbanSake.com at the Soba Totto Bar.

The event was part of “One Cup Sake” week here on UrbanSake.com. We had a great turn out and sold out all the cup sake they had! The distributor of the Cup Sake is JFC International and they even provided party favors for us in the form of Oyaji eyeball fans. really, really, fun and helped keep us cool!

We packed the bar with folks eager to try cup sakes! Here are the sakes we sampled that night:

Since Everything sold out, I assume everyone found the Cup Sake to be delicious. I sure did! A special “Thank You” to Eamon-san for organizing the Meetup and suggesting the event and to Bartender Gen-san for ordering the sake and being such an enthusiastic supporter! Here are some pictures from the event. Enjoy!

Cup sake was displayed on the bar and kept cold with ice!  That really was a delicious selection of fun cup sake.

Cup sake was displayed on the bar and kept cold with ice! That really was a delicious selection of fun cup sake.

Bartender extraordinaire Gen at Soba Totto.  Serving Cup Sake and his signature Fresh Fruit Cocktails!

Bartender extraordinaire Gen at Soba Totto. Serving Cup Sake and his signature Fresh Fruit Cocktails!

Eamon-san and friends enjoy Cup Sake at Soba Totto!

Eamon-san and friends enjoy Cup Sake at Soba Totto!

Enjoying  Oyaji and Kitaro Cup Sake!  Both actually Junmai Daiginjo grade... Wowza!

Enjoying Oyaji and Kitaro Cup Sake! Both actually Junmai Daiginjo grade... Wowza!

Oyaji cup uses Goriki sake rice.  Kitaro Cup uses Yamada-Nishiki Sake rice. Both are delicious!

Oyaji cup uses Goriki sake rice. Kitaro Cup uses Yamada-Nishiki Sake rice. Both are delicious!

After the Cup Sake ran out I had to resort to drinking sake from a regular glass!! ... and during One Cup Sake week no less!  Shocking!

After the Cup Sake ran out I had to resort to drinking sake from a regular glass!! ... and during One Cup Sake week no less! Shocking!

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