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Japanese sake day :)

It’s around time to open new sake of this year 💜

Today, My friends and I went to Fushimi, Kyoto to tast a first Japanese sake of this year :) The area is very famous of Japanese sake and there’re a lot of Sake brands and storehouses🏠. 217 woorden meer


Shizuoka Sake Tasting: Fuji-Takasago Brewery-"Karakuchi"

As a general rule I always take notes when drinking sake in a Restaurant or bar in Shizuoka Prefecture (and very often elsewhere!) as some of the same sake are impossible to find elsewhere because they are brewed on order. 415 woorden meer


Ama no Kura Sake Brewery Kyoto

In Amanohashidate, in the northern part of Kyoto prefecture, there is a famous vineyard where you can taste and buy locally-produced wine. Unfortunately, it’s terrible. I think countries should stick to what they do best, and, just like you wouldn’t expect much from Italian sushi, so you shouldn’t expect much from Japanese wine. 436 woorden meer


Kacho Falmouth: beautiful Japanese food in Cornwall

Dydh da from Kernow (hello from Cornwall)!

To commiserate the fact that I am now closer to being 30 than 20, I decided to hole up in the motherland for a long weekend, lick my wounds and generously apply anti-wrinkle cream. 349 woorden meer

Miyashita Hare No Kuni "Sunshine Country" Junmai

The Details:

  • Brewery: Miyashita
  • Prefecture: Okayama
  • Designation: Junmai
  • Seimaibuai: 65%
  • ABV: 15.5%
  • Rice: Akebono
  • Price: <$35.00

The Basics

As a junmai-shu, this saké is made only with water, rice, koji, and yeast (i.e. 475 woorden meer


XO sauce

mrs balls chutney, sweet chili sauce, sweet chilli sauce, soy sauce, BBQ sauce, mirin, sake, ginger, lemongrass, lemon grass

(Best served in lamb steamed buns)

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Friday Night Fun


Sake is a popular alcoholic beverage in Japan. Actually, sake is not a specific drink, but is any alcohol in Japan that is made by the process of fermenting rice. 40 woorden meer

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