Miss Sake India project is aimed at selecting a Cultural Ambassador to share a love and understanding of sake, Japanese cuisine and the charm of Japanese culture
Began in 2013 in Japan, Miss Sake contest has now expanded to six countries including India.
Miss Sake Contest in Japan is supported by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry & Fisheries; Ministry of Economy, Trade & Industry; Ministry of Environment; National Tax Agency ; Japan Tourism Agency; Intellectual Property Strategy Headquarters; The Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA); Japan Sake and Shochu Makers Association; and Japan Sake Brewers Association Junior Council.
Over the years, Sake has gained popularity across the world and has become a true ambassador of Japan’s beautiful culture & traditions
In the present times, the India – Japan relationship is at its all-time best, and the bond between these two ancient civilisations has deepened
Indians have started appreciating Japanese food and beverages as is evident from the mushrooming authentic Japanese restaurants in India