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

Export sake is the USA is booming

When Shinobu Kato first tried sake as a young man in Tokyo, it tasted harsh and sharp to him. He hated it. But, he recalls, an older colleague told him that he was drinking cheap, poorly made sake. As he was introduced to better styles, Mr. Kato grew to...
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Sake brewers toast big rise in global sales

Sake is a traditional Japanese alcoholic drink that has been gaining new fans all over the world. However, in its home market, Japan, the drink is losing its appeal among consumers. According to Genki Ito, the founder of Tippsysake, a US website that imports and sells sake, there are...
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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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Taiwan sake boom starts to challenge Japanese traditions

Until recently, guests at Ya Ge, a Michelin-starred Cantonese restaurant in the Mandarin Oriental hotel in Taipei, mostly paired their food with European or Australian wines. Those desiring a stronger kick would go for Taiwanese-style wines like the white Kaoliang or the yellow Shaoxing. In the last few years, though,...
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Here’s why sake is getting popular with consumers these days

Thanks to prominent sake distributor figures pushing the envelope and creating a flourishing market for the fermented rice beverage, Singapore has a thriving sake scene.   When not being around sake and donning their happi coats, it’s hard to imagine these three men dedicating themselves to improving Singapore’s sake industry.   Adrian Goh...
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What is Fruit Sake?

For those of you who have visited Japan you may be aware of chu-hi, you will find an abundance of different flavored chu-hi in convenience stores and supermarkets however you may be less aware of the new trend: Fruit Sake. Chu hi is what we would call alcopops, coolers or...
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Global Sake market: 2023 update

--------------------------------------------------------------- Japanese Sake export: 2023 update 2 The Japan Sake Brewers Association has announced that the total amount of sake exported in fiscal 2023 (January to December) was 41.08 billion yen (87% compared to last year), and the quantity was 29,000 liters (81% compared to last year). The number of export...
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The American Sake Market

USA Sake Market Overview The USA Sake market continues to be the global number one importer of Japanese Sake. 2016-2017 saw an increase of 16% 2017, with a dollar value increase from 800 million yen to 6 billion yen. This is an increase of 1.7 times from 2007 levels. Sake...
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Japanese Sake in the UK

2021 UPDATE and COVID UK export value has doubled over the last 10 years, however due to COVID export value fell from 2019-2020 by around 2,000,000 GBP. This decrease was expected and given the Olympics and tourist travel soon (hopefully) opening up again, Sake sales are expected to rebound and...
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The potential of Japanese Sake in Australia

  Is the Australian Sake market a key target for Sake exporters? Demand in Japan for Japanese Sake has (unfortunately) been decreasing recently, partly due to changing palates of the younger population and because of the increase in popularity of wine, and more recently Craft beer. Statistics from the Japan Sake...
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