About SAKE

About SAKE

Sake made in the northern land

What is Otokoyama?Otokoyama is a Japanese sake born from the nature of Hokkaido. We have inherited traditional brewing t...
About SAKE

what is sake

Sake is an alcoholic beverage produced through Japan's unique traditional brewing method, utilizing rice, rice koji, wat...
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Dassai Sake: Exploring Its Unique Characteristics

Dassai Sake stands out from other Japanese sake due to its numerous distinctive features. In this discussion, we will de...
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Unveiling the Intricacies of Sake’s Flavor: From Rice to Aging

Sake's captivating flavor is a result of a multitude of factors coming together harmoniously. Elements like sake rice, y...
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Explore the Charms of Sake! Annual japanese Sake Events to Enjoy

Throughout the year, various sake events are held both within Japan and internationally, promoting the deep allure of sa...
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japanese sake calories

Calorie of sake The calorie of sake varies depending on the alcohol content and amount. As a general guideline, the calo...
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Master the world of sake! Drinking Guide for Beginners

Sake is loved by many people for its deep history and unique flavor. Even if you are a beginner, I will explain how to e...
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yeast and sake

what is yeastYeast are single-celled fungi that are widely distributed in nature. Yeast can use sugar as energy, and by ...
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Sake and rice varieties

Sake and Rice Varieties Sake is a traditional Japanese alcoholic beverage made using rice and koji. Various types of ric...
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Enjoy deliciousness for a long time! Proper storage method and precautions for sake

Enjoy deliciousness for a long time! Proper Storage Methods and Precautions for Sake Sake is an important factor in enjo...
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Types of sake

I will explain about the types of sake.Sake is made from rice, koji mold, and water. Rice has the most important role in...
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Exploring the Charm and Uses of Japanese Sake Kasu

Have you ever heard of Japanese sake kasu? It's actually the leftover part from the process of making sake, and it's use...