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Why Japan’s Best Sake is Made in Fukushima?


In 2018, Japanese sake from Fukushima Prefecture won the most gold prizes at the Japan Sake Awards for a record-breaking 6th year in a row.

But why is that so?
For seeking the answer, this video takes you around Fukushima in the harvest season of rice.

Sake Tours by Inside Japan


The Inside Japan Concept When planning a holiday what really matters is that you…

Sake Tasting in Tokyo

Sake Tasting in Tokyo Originally the production of sake (actually called ‘nihonshu’ in Japan, with ‘sake’ being a term to cover all alcoholic drinks) was the preserve of…

Sake Courses – Sommeliers Australia

Wine & Spirit Trust (WSET) in Australia The Wine & Spirit Trust (WSET) was established in the UK in 1969. Today, WSET is available in 70 countries, and provides internationally…

Kyoto Sake Spring

Kyoto City’s Biggest Sake Event “SAKE Spring 2018″ Kyoto will hold it’s biggest Japanese sake event SAKE Spring 2018 on Saturday April 28th & Sunday April…

Jojima Sake Festival

Jojima Sake Festival The abundant waters of Chikugo River as well as the large grain rice and fragrant Hita cedar trees in the Jojima area make…