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Special Event: Japan Booze Blind LIVE

It’s almost hanami season!

Every year, Japanese throw outdoor parties beneath the sakura (cherry blossoms). Known as hanami, these flower-viewing parties are really just an excuse for families, co-workers or groups of friends to meet and drink together.

To celebrate the arrival of the cherry blossoms in Tokyo, Japan Eats is hosting an exclusive LIVE event. Hosted by Christopher Pellegrini, Japan Booze Blind will go out live Sunday, March 28th at 3 p.m. (Tokyo time) on Livestream. We know you’ll have questions about hanami season – what it is, and how best to celebrate it. We invite you to submit them via email (pellegrini@japaneats.tv) or in the chatroom during the show.

This is your chance to get involved. We look forward to hearing what you have to say!

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2 Responses to “Special Event: Japan Booze Blind LIVE”
  1. What a great idea! This will be such a fun time for a live showing. I can’t believe hanami is just around the corner!

  2. hanami2010 says:

    we’re putting together a mashup ( hanami2010.com ) to help pp; find the perfect place and day 😉

    do you know a good source for the daily progress of the sakura front?

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