As summer pokes its head around the corner, we have just completed production of our own take on a summer-classic: hand-crafted sparkling sake. The project is a collaboration with Takizawa Brewery in Saitama. Available now at all our branches for Read More
Written By Chris Hughes Event: KURAND Shibuya Sake Festival 2016 Date: 14/05/2016 Turnout: 2800 People Against a backdrop of beautiful sunshine and the buzzing of cicadas (not to mention the frequent passing of the Yamanote line) we held our third Read More
This is the final part of our two-part article on Meisui. See part 1 here Gokosui (Nara Prefecture) Source：Wikipedia Gokosui is a highly fragrant type of Fukuryusui found in the Fushimi area of Japan. An area that, ever since the Heian Read More
This article forms the first part of a two-part article. Good water brews good sake. Now, this might seem like a bit of a no-brainer, because well, yes, it is, but out of the key elements identified in brewing good Read More
Just how many sake breweries do you think there are in Japan? Go on! have a guess! Recent reports put the figure at around 1500. But just which prefectures are the most populated? We decided to put together a ranking Read More
Introducing the breweries who have taken time out of their business trip to Tokyo to pop over to our 4 branches in Ikebukuro, Asakusa, Shibuya & Shinjuku and share a toast with everyone.
On Sunday 3rd April, people from all nationalities came together for another bout of sake imbibing and international exchange at our Asakusa branch.
Introducing our new one-coin system, already being rolled-out at all branches of KURAND SAKE MARKET