Weekend Series vol.1 -Hop Harvest Festival with YOKOHAMA BEER-

Sep 18, 2020

Weekend Series vol.1 -Hop Harvest Festival with YOKOHAMA BEER-

Something special for your weekend.

PANWOK’s new “Weekend Series” begins this month, held on Saturdays and Sundays between 3 p.m. and 6 p.m. The Hop Harvest Festival with YOKOHAMA BEER marks the inaugural edition. The four-week collaboration event will run from Saturday 26 September until Sunday 18 October. 

From seasonals to classics, there will be six craft beers on offer, alongside a limited edition PANWOK menu including bamboo-steamed handmade shumai designed to match the beers.

Hops are harvested in summer each year. While beers usually use hops from overseas, for this event a limited edition Yokohama IPA is on tap, which uses fresh hops grown in Yokohama.

Let’s cheers to this year’s hop harvest together. We look forward to seeing you, be it for one beer or many!
Please note that you will be asked to santize your hands on arrival and to have your temperature taken. Admission may be refused if your temperature is 37.5°C (99.5° F) or higher.

Event Information
Dates: September 26, 2020 – October 18, 2020.
Time: 3 p.m. – 6 p.m. on Saturdays and Sundays
* Takeout OK (beer only), reservations possible for eat-in customers
Price: craft beer from 900 yen, food from 700 yen.


Yokohama is famous for both western-influenced dishes and Chinese food, and on the first floor of THE KNOT YOKOHAMA you can enjoy them side-by-side. Veteran chefs create dishes that change with the seasons, allowing you to enjoy something new each time you visit. Experience the best of Yokohama’s food culture at a place where the ‘pan’ and ‘wok’ unite.
* Currently open for breakfast and lunch only outside of events.


In Yokohama, the birthplace of beer culture in Japan, this is the oldest brewery still operating. As international award winners, YOKOHAMA BEER continues to create only a top quality product and values connections with the local people. The staff are hands on throughout the entire process, including the sowing and harvesting of wheat and fruit, and other raw materials used in brewing. They aim to deliver excitement through beer.