Entries Tagged as 'Sake'

月曜日, 3月 5th, 2012

The city of Sake “Saijyo”

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The city of Sake “Saijyo”

Saijyo is well known to be the place for famous Japanese sake such as Nada and Fushimi, is located about 35 minutes away from Hiroshima station by train. For those that are interested in Japanese sake lets head out of Hiroshima city.
Saijyo is located in a basin about 250~300 meters in height, and sake [...]

月曜日, 2月 21st, 2011

Ginza Sankon Part2

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Ginza Sankon Part2

Some time ago, I introduced “Ginza Sankon”, a famous dining room of sake and side dishes located in Ginza. In December 2010, it closed down, much to the regret of many sake fans. The master and his wife had worked for 25 years, running their dining room on weekdays and search sake cellars all over [...]

火曜日, 11月 9th, 2010

Ginza Sankon

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Ginza Sankon

Experts in sake must love this place. On Saturdays, Sundays, and other holidays, the master and his wife visit sake cellars in all over Japan to look for sake of good quality. They say that sake sold in the market and sake in competitive prize shows are completely different. Sake in competitive shows is too [...]