Month: August 2020

What happened when Irish meet sake? In this sake video, sake amateurs tried out 4 types of Japanese sake and other alcohol. Japanese sake, shochu, and…

Okinawa Sake Breweries Okinawa Prefecture is located on the Ryukyu Islands. In the Okinawan dialect, Awamori is called “Saki”. For the locals, sake was Awamori. Japan’s oldest…

Egg sake, or Tamagozake (卵酒), is a traditional home remedy drinks in Japanese households. By mixing the beaten egg, heated sake, and sugar/honey together, the drink…

Oita Sake Breweries Oita Prefecture is located on the island of Kyushu. It borders Fukuoka Prefecture to the northwest, Kumamoto Prefecture to the southwest and Miyazaki…

In this sake video, Master of Sake, Yuji Matsumoto, introduces the way of drinking Sake bomb. Sake bomb is one of the most popular ways of…

Koji is a sweet fragrant mold that’s often used to make beverages such as Sake. In this sake video, it will be showing the traditional sake…

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.