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THE 10 BEST VESSELS FOR WARM SAKE

 
What’re the 10 Best Sake Sets for Warm Sake?
Do you know Sake could be heated up?? It is pretty common to have hot or warm Sake in Japan. Even though it is sometimes called “Warm Sake”, it is not like boiling Sake, of course. Don’t make Sake too hot.
If you want to know the temperature for serving […]

A BEAUTIFUL PATTERN BLOOMS. TRADITIONAL HAND CRAFTS OF SATSUMA KIRIKO

 

◆ What is exactly the glass technique of the Kiriko that is still being very popular
 

The glass products of Kiriko are still very popular and has got huge fans in Japan.

It shows a unique pattern with cuts when processing the glass. Many of them are mainly being cutting off the corners of cubes.

Satsuma Kiriko and […]

THE POPULAR AND LOVELY VESSELS FOR WEDDING

 

 

 

 

The Japanese traditional wedding according to Shinto rites sometimes can be held at a shrine.

It is where solemn and sacred man and woman swear their eternal love through god of the shrine.

During the wedding, there is a ceremony in which the couple who becomes husband and wife take sake from God with Sakazuki (sake cup) […]

DRINKING VESSELS WITH BEAUTIFUL COLORS. AN ATTRACTIVE BIIDORO OF TSUGARU

Sake drinking vessels made of glass have received attention.

There is increasing the number of Sake lover who is particular about having Sake with the Sake drinking vessel made of glass which contrasts well with the beauty of Sake that it can be seen just a fresh and clear liquids.

This time, we would like to explain […]

SAKE MADE BY KIMOTO METHOD

 

If you hear sake, there are lots of types such as sweet, dry, or namachozo (live storage sake).

Sake is classified by a difference of the method to produce or preserve and of water or rice polishing rate, which is the ingredient of sake.

 

Here, I will show you sake made by the most traditional sake-making method,

which […]

THE BEST GLASS FOR DRINKING REISHU(COLD SAKE); GOOD FOR A GIFT

 

Reishu is cold sake with a sharp taste and refreshing so many people want to drink it in hot season.

What kind of glass do you use for Reishu?

Now that you drink delicious Reishu, you should be particular about the glass.

 

And if possible, it would be ‘iki (cool)’  to use the glass set to feel Japanese […]

THE FAMOUS SAKE PRODUCING AREAS IN JAPAN (SAIJO, NADA, FUSHIMI)

There are many places which are called Sakagura (sake storehouses) to produce sake here and there all over Japan.
High quality sake is produced in each place; they make the best of climate of each place and rare ingredients such as local water and local rice.
Do you know the great sake producing areas that are especially […]

SAKE – TYPES AND FEATURE JUMMAISHU, GINJOSHU, DAIGINJOSHU

 

There are many kinds of SAKE such as Daiginjo and Jummaishu,

and you cannot find the difference especially you are a beginner drinker.
I think if you drink SAKE person, you actually don’t know about deeply.
I will show you the types of SAKE and each feature.

 
1. The types of SAKE
1.1 To classify by the ingredient
You can classify […]

SAKE – TYPES AND FEATURES

There are many kinds of SAKE such as Daiginjo and Jummaishu,

and you cannot find the difference especially you are a beginner drinker.

I think if you drink SAKE person, you actually don’t know about deeply.

I will show you the types of SAKE and each feature.

 

 

 
1.The types of SAKE
 
1.1 To classify by the ingredient
You can classify the […]

WHY ARE THERE SO MANY KINDS OF SHOCHU MADE IN KYUSHU?

 

Speaking of shochu, Satsuma shochu” from Kagoshima,

“Kumashochu” from Kumamoto and “Awamori” from Okinawa are famous.

Actually, Most of the shochu distributed in Japan are made in Kyushu and Okinawa.

And looking at consumption of shochu of by prefecture,

Kyshu and Okinawa are ranked high and it is no exaggeration to call them “the kingdom of shochu.”

For example, when […]