Greetings sake lovers, There comes a time when in between sips of sake, all sake lovers come to ponder the same question. And that is: why is the sake bottle this colour? . The same brewery may use a multitude Read More
Greetings sake lovers, Have you ever come across a sake label featuring a turtle? The fact is that believe it or not, turtles have always been a popular animal with sake brewers for some reason. But why? We decided to Read More
On Sunday 17th July, people from all nationalities came out of the merciless Tokyo summer heat and into our nice fully air-conditioned Asakusa branch for another bout of international exchanges through sake imbibing in the form of Sake Exchange Tokyo.
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
On Sunday 3rd April, people from all nationalities came together for another bout of sake imbibing and international exchange at our Asakusa branch.