Japan based Licensed Sake distributor and Japanese Sake exporter of smaller Artisan breweries with generations of history and awards, targeting Sake importers Japan based Licensed Sake distributor and Japanese Sake exporter of smaller Artisan breweries with generations of history and awards, targeting Sake importers

What is Amazake??

AMAZAKE   In Japan, convenience stores are a popular destination for locals due to their vast selection of snacks and drinks. While sake is a well-known alcoholic beverage in Japan, there is another rice-based drink that is even more popular: amazake. The name "amazake" translates to "sweet sake," and it is...
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What is Doburoku

Sake has become popular in the United States and Europe, so nowadays you can find bottles of sake from Japan in most retail stores. Although the range is limited to the main commercial makers   In Japan, drinking sake at home is declining in popularity. Japanese consumers now prefer beer, wine...
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Sake cocktails

Sake cocktails have come a long way from their humble beginnings as a simple mix of sake and other ingredients. In recent years, the popularity of sake cocktails has exploded, with mixologists around the world using sake to create a wide variety of unique and delicious drinks.   The history of...
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History of Japanese Sake

Japanese sake, also known as nihonshu, is a traditional alcoholic beverage made from fermented rice. It has a rich history dating back thousands of years and has played an important role in Japanese culture and society.   The origins of Japanese sake can be traced back to the Yayoi period (300...
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Japan is asking its young people to drink more booze

Japan is asking its young people to drink more booze The government has launched a campaign to kickstart drinking alcohol among younger generations – and save the country’s sake industry Get this: the Japanese government wants young people to drink more alcohol, not less. That’s right: faced with younger generations that drink...
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Cool sake and sweets combinations 2022

A selection of great sake and sweet combinations that you have probably not heard of overseas and shows how sake can be used in fun ways to create great flavors   Firstly from our Kyoto partner brewery Sasaki   Sake Cheesecake   A cheesecake for adults using Jurakudai and sake lees from Junmai Daiginjo from...
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Sasaki’s sake society commitment

Our export sake brewery partner Sasaki very much supports their local community. Protection of Kyoto principles and culture is an integral part of their business model.   -------------------------------------------------------- Sasaki believes changes that can be made on a business level can have a positive impact at a societal level and therefore benefit all. There...
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Sake Means Constant Evolution

In another new chapter, the company is set to open its first brewery in the United States with a brand called “Dassai Blue.”   The immensely successful Japanese sake brewer Asahi Shuzo has just released a new product called “Dassai 23 Centrifuge.” Using centrifugal mixing technology, the company aims to create sake...
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Contribution to society and the community through the deliciousness and enjoyment of sake

Our sake export brewery partner Fukui has been working on "." Efforts to conserve rice terraces through "Haginoro Junmai Ginjo Satoyama" which started in 2002. They also want to help society through their sake brewing, such as providing sake lees for "Lake Kuni Cheesecake" to Ayumi Workshop, whose mission is to...
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Understand Japanese sake

Here we help you understand Japanese sake, the national beverage of Japan; it is one of the world's most complex and beguiling drinks. Its history dates back more than 2,000 years, to when rice cultivation was brought to Japan from China. The Chinese introduced the indispensable technique of using...
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Japanese Sake Tasting the right way

  Japanese Sake tasting involves the following sequence of steps. The procedure is basically the same as for wine tasting. (1) Observe the appearance, including color and clarity.   (2) Evaluate the uwadachika (orthonasal aroma) by bringing the vessel up to the nose and smelling the aroma given off directly by the sake.   (3)...
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Enjoy the Japanese Sake aroma

  The character of a Japanese Sake can be classified into four types. The unique character of Sake aroma is the because of different production methods, ingredients and water. These characters can be classified into four types. Of course everyone's ideas and feelings are different and, like wine, it comes to...
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Sake drinking temperatures

Sake Drinking Temperature Sake drinking temperatures are an important part of Sake. Sake is a drink that can be enjoyed at many temperatures. Each temperature has a different name. Sake can be enjoyed at a wide range of temperatures. Each temperature has a different name, and you can enjoy unique aspects...
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Food and Sake Pairings that aren’t Traditional Japanese Dishes

Original words by: Sam Slaughter         Original Article: https://www.themanual.com/food-and-drink/food-sake-pairings-guide/ Food and Sake Pairings Food and Sake pairings will always bring a stock answer,  people will say Japanese Sake matches Japanese food, most likely sushi. A lot of us have only had Japanese sake when it has been served alongside sushi....
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What Is Japanese Sake?

Original words: Steven John      Original Article: https://www.themanual.com/food-and-drink/what-is-sake-explained-best-sake/ What Is Japanese Sake? The national beverage of Japan, sake (pronounced “sah-KAY”) is a fermented rice wine that has been enjoyed since at least the 8th century CE, though some historians believe it was consumed hundreds of years earlier. It is brewed using highly polished sake mai rice,...
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