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The art of wrapping

 
 

Join us at The Leopard Bar where you can learn the art of tenugui whilst enjoying Japanese cuisine.

 

23rd August 2019

Learn the Japanese art of wrapping using a tenugui, with an expert from Japan House London. Hosted in the stunning Leopard Bar at The Rubens at the Palace overlooking the Royal Mews of Buckingham Palace, this evening will commence with a sake cocktail or a welcome glass of Champagne. 

A tenugui is a beautiful piece of Japanese fabric used for gift wrapping. The workshop with Japan House, the cultural home of Japan in London presenting the very best of Japanese art, design and gastronomy, will teach you how to wrap with your tenugui, as a sustainable alternative to using disposable materials.  

Tenegui workshop

Alongside the workshop, enjoy a delicious selection of Japanese cuisine created by Chef Suren, including maki rolls, soft shell crab tempura, nigiri and edamame beans. Head bartender Angelo will also be on hand to provide expert knowledge about the bar’s sake collection, with a sensational Japanese cocktail menu. 

Includes:  

  • Tenugui workshop 
  • A selection of Japanese cuisine (maki rolls, soft shell crab tempura, nigiri, edamame beans) 
  • Welcome sake cocktail or glass of Champagne 

Price: £75 per person 
Time: 7pm 
Venue: The Leopard Bar at The Rubens at the Palace 

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In partnership with: Japan House.

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