Everything You Need To Know About the “Japanese Sake & Tea Tasting Night” In New Zealand

Everything You Need To Know About the “Japanese Sake & Tea Tasting Night” In New Zealand

Café Genshin fans are growing overseas!

This summer, Café Genshin was served at the "JAPAN SAKE & TEA TASTING NIGHT", an event taking place in Auckland, New Zealand on July 31, 2021.

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The event was organized by Sakura TV, a TV channel that provides information about Japan in Australia and New Zealand.

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There were more than 50 guests. They enjoyed Japanese food and sake at a local Japanese restaurant. Café Genshin was served before the conference and during dinner and was very well received by the guests.

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Being able to attend a conference dinner without wearing a mask is quite enviable in the current situation...

In Australia, police authorities have implemented quarantine to prevent the spread of the virus. One person per family is allowed to go out only for daily shopping, all stores are closed and businesses are shut down. New Zealand had done the same, making it one of the few countries in the world where the virus was calm. New Zealand has had no cases of infection for several months, and the economy continues to thrive.

Unemployment is at an all-time low, the economy is reportedly improving in cost of living, and the government is raising interest rates to keep the economy under control. Regardless of the job, the minimum wage would be ¥1600, cars are selling like hotcakes, the city is filled with cranes under construction, and real estate prices are rising at an annual rate of over 30%, creating an economic bubble.

On the other side of the world, we are very happy to hear that the local people are doing well and have enjoyed Café Genshin.

We hope that Japan will soon overcome the epidemic, and revive its national life and economy. Thanks to Sakura TV and all the people involved in this event!

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