Park Hyatt Tokyo holding Organic Festa 2013
The Park Hyatt Tokyo will host the Organic Festa 2013 on Saturday and Sunday, the first in a series of collaborative events in the Organic Spring 2013 campaign, promoting ecologically friendly lifestyles and organic goods.
Following three successful Organic Market programs since December 2011, the hotel is once again working with NPO EUOFA to co-sponsor this event.
The event will take place at Gallery 1 in front of Delicatessen, with an array of delectable food items on offer including chocolate, olive oil, tea and special organic chocolate cookies from Executive Pastry Chef, Anthony Stettler; alongside household products such as organic cotton towels and soaps. Most notably, there will be a wide selection of organic wines from France on offer, with representatives from the actual vineyards on hand to provide insight and recommendations.
Furthermore, Delicatessen will hold a special edition of the popular Grape Grazing promotion, offering a selection of organic wines, paired with an appetiser plate made from organic produce. Guests will be able to learn about bio-farming from the producers themselves, while experiencing first-hand the bountiful aromas and rich natural flavors of these wonderful goods, in a relaxed yet stylish setting.
Dates/Times: Saturday April 6 from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. and Sunday April 7, from 11 a.m. to 6:30 p.m.
Venue: Shinjuku Park Tower, Gallery 1 (in front of Delicatessen, 1/F, Park Hyatt Tokyo)
Vendors: 20 stalls (organic food, beverages, cosmetics, knick-knacks, etc.)
Product example: Organic chocolate cookies, 1,000 yen (4 pieces)
Organic Festa Grape Grazing
Date: Saturday April 6 from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m.
Venue: Park Hyatt Tokyo, Delicatessen (1/F)
Price: 3,500 yen per person (inclusive of tax) - maximum of 20 persons
Content: Unlimited tasting of selected organic wines from those on offer at Organic Festa. Inclusive of an appetiser plate using organic produce.
For inquiries or reservations, please contact Delicatessen on 03-5323-3635 from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.