Greetings Sake Lovers, One recent trend we are seeing at KURAND that we thought was quite cool is home-cooked food in little Tupperware boxes. There is nothing more satisfying than when you find the perfect sake to complement your culinary Read More
A Mini Miracle Gone to Press Before we can dive into a lecture on pressing sake, it is first necessary to explain why we press sake in the first place. Therefore, our starting point for this article is the Mash Read More
Produced together with the brand Fukunishiki in Hyogo Prefecture, this is our new entry-level KURAND original product. It is available at all our branches. What is “Te-Hajime”? Te-Hajime is intended to provide that first encounter with sake. With a lower Read More
Written by Shimachiro (Member of the KURAND team) Greetings Sake Lovers, Here at KURAND, one of the main goals behind our all-you-can-taste bars is to give boutique breweries from all over Japan a stage to promote their products. At present, Read More
One of our staff introduces a recent find from a visit to our Asakusa branch in the form of a sake brewed by a young female Toji in the making.
A top 10 ranking of which prefectures consume the most sake
“Matcheese” is a new product / project produced together with Tokushima Prefecture’s Miyoshikiku Shuzo under the supervision of the popular specialist cheese shop “Daigomi”, in South Aoyama, Tokyo. It is available at all our branches from 2nd June.
Following on from the success of both SHUGAR and KURAND, we are proud to announce our latest venture HAVESPI. Just like sake, shochu faces an uncertain future. At one point, Shochu was booming. However, factors such as the economic downturn Read More