They say that if you want to have a successful blog, the key thing is timing and to write posts timely and when the subject you’re writing about is current and relevant. So here is my blog post about Sake Day in Japan which occurred 2 months ago on October 1st! Sake day is so […]
Archive for the Sake Tasting Category
On a recent trip to Awajishima (Awaji island, a tiny island inbetween Honshu and Shikoku, just off the coast of Kobe), we stopped in at the local sake brewery Sennenichi to pick up a bottle of the local brew to take home. We were greeted very warmly and were very quickly invited for a mini-tour […]
If you’re ever in Itami Airport in Osaka, head over to the far end of the West Terminal and in the corner you’ll find a sake shop that houses a wall of sake tasting vending machines. So you take one of the small sake tasting cups, place it in the machine and insert your ¥100. […]
47 Cup sakes from the Forty Seven Prefectures in Japan!
Back in November of last year I went to my first proper Sake Tasting which was held in the Kobe Sheraton Hotel on Rokko Island (a man-made island just off the coast of Kobe). I’ve been to informal tastings at sake breweries but I was intersted to see how a sake tasting differed from a […]