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Seasonal Sake, Seasonal Look

Founded in 1645 in central Kyoto, SHOUTOKU Company produces sophisticated handmade sake brewed according to the Japanese traditional method called "Junmai-Ginjo" 

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Thursday, 14 January 2016

The sake from Tosa 土佐市

SUIGEI 酔鯨 which means “Drunken Whale” is sake from Tosa city土佐市 located in Kōchi Prefecture, Japan. The sake has been enjoyed by many from all over the World Singapore 

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Wednesday, 23 December 2015

Gold Yamadanishiki Junmai, with added gold flakes

Yamada Nishiki 山田錦 is a short grain of Japanese rice which is commonly use in high quality sake by sake brewers for its ability to absorb water and dissolve easily 

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Tuesday, 06 October 2015

酔鯨 Suigei Sake Salon

Suigei Sake Salon which is located in front of GINZA SUSHI-ICHI Singapore is one of the places in the heart of Singapore to enjoy the finest sushi and the best sake 

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Monday, 05 October 2015

Knowing Masumi Yumedono 大吟醸 夢殿

Specially made for National competition, Yumedono 大吟醸 夢殿 is the champion sake of Masumi and had been awarded Gold Medal under the Daiginjo A class 

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Monday, 13 July 2015

Types of Japanese Sake (Nihonshu)

There are several different types of sake, and we hope this article can help you to understand four basic criteria used to place sake into the traditional categories such as daiginjo, junmai 

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Tuesday, 16 June 2015

Kanpai, Hakkaisan from Niigata

In Japanese, Tokubetsu 特別 means “special” and let discover how Hakkaisan Tokubestu Junmai is special in many ways. Brewed in one of the premier and most famous sake brewing regions 

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Wednesday, 03 June 2015

白鹿 Hakushika Memorial Museum of Sake, Hyogo Prefecture

Lies in the city Nishinomiya 西宮市 of Hyogo Prefecture located in the Kansai region on Honshu island are some Japan's popular tourist attractions that include Shukugawa Park 

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Saturday, 02 May 2015

Ladies may prefer Masumi 'Sanka' 山花

Masumi sake, founded by the Miyasaka Brewing Company in 1662, has a long and interesting story with over 350 years of history. Masumi had done well enough to gain the praise 

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Wednesday, 08 April 2015

How to serve Hakushika 白鹿 sake

Outside of Japan, most people have the image that sake must be served warmed but in actuality, whether or not to warm sake should be up to the type of sake served 

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Monday, 16 February 2015

What is Sake Bomb?

If you have been out drinking at Japanese restaurants or bars, chances are you have heard of Sake Bomb or Sake Bombing. Commonly known as beer cocktail, Sake bomb is some kind of fun game 

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Sunday, 08 February 2015

Ohmine Shuzou from Yamaguchi, Japan

Yamaguchi 山口 also known as the Western Kyoto in Japan is famous for its nature, Onsen (hot springs) and cuisine like Fugu (Blowfish) and Kawarasoba (Roof-tile noodle) 

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Tuesday, 20 January 2015

The Southern Beauty from Iwate

Iwate is the second largest prefecture in Japan after Hokkaido, blessed with fertile land and beautiful nature. Famous for producing great rice and has high quality source of fresh spring water from various mountains 

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Monday, 29 December 2014

The legend of 白鹿

Unknown to many, the sake brand ‘Hakushika’ 白鹿 which literally means ‘white deer’ in English came from an old Chinese legend during the Tang Dynasty. The brand name was chosen to represent 

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Wednesday, 17 December 2014

Awamori: Another Japanese distilled beverage

We know much of Sake and Shochu but not many of us are aware of this Japanese distilled beverage called Awamori (泡盛). Pronounced as ‘A-wa-mo-re’, it is an alcoholic beverage distilled exclusively 

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Friday, 12 December 2014

Kikusui Sake in a POUCH?

A Niigata 新潟 sake brewery has recently made sake portable and lessen the hassle on the opening and closing of bottle cap. Known as the Kikusui smart pouch 

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Sunday, 07 December 2014

Enjoy Masumi per shot glass

Only at Kensai Kitchen, diners get to try out Masumi sake per shot glass at $6.90 or 3 glasses promotion at $16.00. ‘Kensai’ in Japanese is represented by two characters 健菜 

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Friday, 28 November 2014

Enjoy sake with Hinoki Masu

What is the appropriate way to enjoy sake? Most people are familiar with drinking sake in small porcelain cups but few are yet aware that sake may be enjoyed with different kinds of cups such as Masu

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Thursday, 13 November 2014

かんぱいKanpai with Keith Norum

We were pleased to have Miyasaka Brewery’s ambassador, Keith Norum, at Kensai Kitchen last evening to share about the Masumi Sake premium range 

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Friday, 31 October 2014

Masumi 真澄 Welcome You

Get invites to attend exclusive Masumi sake event in Singapore? Like us on Facebook and be our fan on  www.facebook.com/likehaijapan as we will be bringing you

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Wednesday, 17 September 2014

For Old Times’ Saké

Hakushika Junmai Ginjo Sake falls under the authentically traditional range of Hakushika Sakes. It is fermented for a long stretch of time under a cold climate to ensure a flavorful smooth texture

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Thursday, 11 September 2014

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