Did you know that the salmon sushi was a Norwegian invention? Thanks to Norwegian efforts initiated over 20 years ago, salmon has become one of the world’s most popular types of sushi, a project that started at this very location - the Norwegian Embassy in Tokyo. We invite you to bring your colleagues, business connections, dear partners and friends to this historical location for our first NCCJ Norwegian Seafood Sushi Party on June 11th - to enjoy the combination of what without a doubt represents the best of two worlds - Norwegian salmon and Japanese sushi.
We are delighted to announce that Mia Sætre Bernhardsen from the Norwegian Seafood Council also will share some of her insights from the seafood market in Japan at the event, and tell us a little bit more about the history behind Norway's salmon success.
*Note that there will also be served other types of sushi fish that are not Norwegian.
|When:|| Tuesday, June 11 (18:30-21:15)
(The gates open at 18:10)
|Where:||Norwegian Embassy in Hiroo【MAP】|
|Participation fee:|| 6,000 yen members / 7,000 yen guests
*participation fee collected upon entry
*limited seats available for guests
|Register:||By Friday, June 7th, 2019|
Please note that all participants must register in advance and that no-shows or cancellations after cancellation deadline on Friday, June 7, may be invoiced depending on the nature of the cancellation or no-show.
Space is limited so an early registration is recommended. We initially limit attendance per organization to 5 and priority will be given to NCCJ members and their guests. Please let us know early on if you wish to put in a request for more participants. We will do our best to accommodate you.
Please note that non-members must register as guests of NCCJ Members or by other invitation. Please contact us for information.
We would like to thank the Royal Norwegian Embassy for their hospitality in opening up their facilities on this occasion. Likewise we sincerely ask for your kind consideration, keeping in mind, that this is a residential area and noise must be kept down accordingly.