How to look at labels so you never fail when selecting Japanese sake

When choosing Japanese sake, you must first look at the “label”. But there is a lot of information on these labels, and we are sure that you must get confused at times regarding what information to actually refer to.
There are many types of Japanese sake, but there are mainly two categories of flavor. One is […]

Sake Monthly Sale

Do you know what Japan’s “gengo” is? Gengo refers to a new emperor’s era name, and “Meiji”, “Showa”, and “Heisei” are some examples. This gengo will be renewed in May. The new gengo will be “Reiwa”, taken from Manyoushu, a collection of old Japanese poetry. The meaning of this name appears to have been explained […]

Sake Monthly Sale

Last month, we introduced an egg-shaped snack and sake with a rabbit theme in accordance with Easter. How was it? This month we will introduce standard sakes and an unusual sake for anyone who knows Gundam! We will also talk about sakes, snacks, and vessels, as well as recommended ways to drink them and snacks […]

How many calories in Japanese sake and plum wine? How to drink without gaining weight!

Hi everyone! Japanese sake that is sweet and easy to drink has become mainstream recently, and there are more people that choose to drink Japanese sake.
But Japanese sake is made of rice and is sweet, possibly leaving many of you thinking that it may make you put on some extra pounds.
On top of that, plum […]

What is Mino ware (yaki)?

This time we would like to feature a special pottery product that is found in various parts of Japan, mino ware (yaki)! I’m sure most of you have no idea what it is when you hear this word. As opposed to other pottery, mino ware does not have one specific style. Here we go!

History […]

Sake Monthly Sale

Did you enjoy last month’s monthly special sale? We introduced various types of chocolate in accordance with Valentine’s Day, as well as sake with gilt. This month, we will introduce egg-shaped snacks to match with Easter as well as sake with a bunny theme! We will introduce sake and snacks, as well as sake vessels […]

Amazake (sweet sake)

It has gotten colder and we are nearing the end of the year. In Japan, people begin to drink amazake during events such as New Year’s and then Hina’s Festival.
It has fatigue restoring effect and prevents summer dullness, and was originally known to represent summer, but it is also good for beauty and excels in […]

Sake Monthly Sale

Did you enjoy selling last month’s monthly sale special? Last month we had a lineup characteristic drinks like plum wine, sparkling wine, and dassai. I think some of you even purchased all of them. In fact, it is difficult to choose among Japanese sake isn’t it, especially when you don’t have much experience with this […]

Saketalk will start selling Japanese sake on a monthly basis

Happy new year! I know this is abrupt, but is there anything you would like to start this year? For those of you who want to start drinking Japanese sake this year, want to start delving into the world of sake vessels, and who have not decided what to begin anew this year…saketalk supports all […]

Unorthodox at first glance – Japanese sake on the rocks

There are so many brands of Japanese sake. The taste varies a lot depending on what you choose, and the type of sake you like might be completely different from the others. Also, there is an unlimited number of ways to enjoy a type of sake by altering the temperature.

Many people actually think that you […]