A Japanese Retrotainment...
LONDON, ENGLAND (23rd July, 2014) REZtron Ltd., today announced it will be dedicating an evening filled with a very Japanese vibe that includes, Sake tasting, traditional Japanese dining, Japanese retrogaming and of course Karaoke.The event will be hosted at one of London's oldest Japanese restaurants, Matsuri in Mayfair on 6th of August.
The evening will start off at 6.30pm with a Sake Masterclass by Asami Tasaka from World Sake Imports where attendees will get a brief introduction and importantly sample glasses of sake.
Following the Sake introduction the Matsuri bar will be filled with iconic videogames from the yesteryears and as always with REZtron events it will be displayed on SEGA consoles spanning four generations, including Master System, Mega Drive/Mega-CD, Saturn and the pioneering Dreamcast.
Attendees will be able to get their hands on games such as Shinobi,Strider,Space Harrier 3-D,Final Fight,Streets of Rage 2,Bangai-O,Bomberman,Shenmue,Jet Set Radio, Godzilla Generations, Shutoko Battle,Dragon Ball Z,Fighters Megamix,Street Fighter II and many more....and as always, displayed on retro CRT TVs and a Projector screen.
There will be a competition running on Shenmue's mini game QTE Title during the first half of the evening with a host of prizes up for grabs for the highest score.
To keep things true to REZtron’s retrotainment spirit there'll also be some 80s/90s Karaoke during the evening on the SEGA Wondermega.
The FREE event will take place on Wednesday 6th August,6pm til 11pm. You can register your interest through Eventbrite.
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Established in June 2013, REZtron is a pop-up retrotainment bar & event specialist inspired by the fusion of 80's chic, Japanese Otaku culture and retro games.
When Matsuri restaurant was opened in 1993 in the heart of Mayfair, we introduced not only traditional Japanese food, such as sushi and tempura, but also a new style of Japanese cuisine, Teppan-yaki, aimed at bringing the Japanese eating experience closer to Londoners’ hearts. The name 'Matsuri', which means 'festival' in Japanese, was chosen because Japanese festivals were traditionally linked to harvests and seen as a way of celebrating the best produce in each region.
Matsuri is a joint partnership between Central Japan Railway Company, the major Japanese high speed train operating company, and Kikkoman, the world's most famous soy sauce company.