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Sake, Health and Longevity by Yukio Takizawa, MD is an outstanding introduction to sake, the nutritional and national beverage of ...Japan. Dr. Takizawa establishes the health benefits of sake in preventing the incidence of life-style related diseases inevitable in modern living. Included in the book is valuable information on the cultural history of sake of this wonderful and uniquely soothing beverage, as well as the cultural history of sake, its manufacture and accompaniment to Japanese seasons and festivals, and food recipes wherein one can use sake's subtle flavors. read more

TY KU SAKE

This wine is from Japan, Nara region. The Crown Jewel of Sake. TY KU Sake White was voted the best sake in the world. The pinnacle... of ultra premium sake, TY KU Sake White is a rare special designation Junmai Daiginjo which represents the very top 1% of all sake. Handcrafted in Yamagata, Japan with over 60% of each rice grain milled away. TY KU Sake White is the gold standard for sake brewing, using only the very best ingredients & techniques and is reserved for the true connoisseur .. RICE - Yamada Nishiki (best sake rice in the world). Over 60% of rice grain milled away.WATER - Soft and pure iron-free natural spring water from Toyama Mountain, Japan.YEAST - Proprietary blend of the famed #9 and Yamagata yeast strains for fruity aroma.KOJI - Made by hand in the finest traditional cedar-lined koji room.. TY KU Sake White is exceptionally refined and smooth, uniting floral notes with banana and vanilla. Extremely delicate yet rich and supple; hints of spice permeate. TY KU Sake White captivates even the most discerning palate with complex layers of soft citrus. Wine Sake read more

SAIYA BREWERY

This wine is from Japan, Akita region. Produced in Akita by the Saiya Brewery, makers of Yuki No Bosha, this is a favorite among l...ocals of the region. Yuri is the name of the local area of Honjo-shi and Masamune is an old term for Japanese sake.. Seimaibuai: 68%Nihonshudo: +2.5Acidity: 1.3Amino Acidity: 1.0Rice: HitomiboreYeast: House YeastShubo Method: SokujoPressing: YabutaFiltration: Charcoal filtrationPasturization: Pasteurized in tank, bottled while sake is still warmAlcohol Percentage: 16%. This sake is mellow and rustic and has a firm structure, which makes it enjoyable at a range of temperatures, from chilled to warm. Its nutty and earthy notes are balanced by an underlying fruitiness and it complements grilled meats, stews and fish. RICE Wine Sake read more

SAKE ONE CORPORATION

This wine is from Japan, Aomori region. Shizuku, or free run, method of filtering creates whimsical floral aromas & slight creamy ...richness on the front palate with subtle flavors of fruit & spice towards the finish. Wine Sake read more

HAKUSHIKA

This wine is from Japan. Alc/Vol: 14.5%Rice Polishing Rate: 70%Rice Varieties: Nihonbare and other domestic rice varietiesNihon Sh...udo (Sake Meter): +7 (very dry)Serving Temperature: Chilled, room temperature or warmed. Excellent for pairing with nigiri sushi, makizushi rolled sushi, katsu breaded and deep fried recipes (tonkatsu pork cutlets, prawns, mushrooms), Japanese style wafu hamburger steak, gyoza, ramen, and robatayaki grilled dishes. RICE Wine Sake read more

SAIYA BREWERY

This wine is from Japan, Akita region. Seimaibuai: 55%Nihonshudo: +1.5Acidity: 1.5Amino Acidity: .08Rice: Akita Sake KomachiYeast:... Special House YeastShubo Method: SokujoPressing: YabutaFiltration: SF FilterPasturization: Once. This junmai ginjo is a favorite with new and seasoned sake drinkers alike. With a seimaibuai of 55%, it is soft and light on the palate, with a delightful fruitiness characterized by peaches, strawberries and papaya. It finishes with a white pepper spice.. Best served chilled, it complements light foods like salad, sushi and sashimi. It also cools down spicey Asian foods. It can also be paired with very salty or rich foods, as well as certain cheeses and desserts. RICE Wine Sake read more

TY KU SAKE

This wine is from Japan, Nara region. Super Premium, Junmai Ginjo, Japanese Sake. TY KU Sake Black is rapidly becoming the most po...pular sake in the U.S with its unparalleled quality, taste & style. TY KU Sake Black is specially craft brewed in Nara, Japan, home of the world's first sake brewery dating back to 680 A.D. This super premium Junmai Ginjo sake utilizes 45% milled sake rice. This classification represents the top 6% of all sake in the world. TY KU Sake Black is crafted for true food & wine aficionados.. RICE - Specialty Yamada Nishiki & Akebono rice. 45% of rice grain milled away for purity.WATER - Pristine iron-free natural spring water from the mountains of Japan.YEAST - Famed #9 yeast strain brings forth delightful fragrance and aroma.KOJI - Handmade koji rounds out the full-body and flavor.. TY KU Sake Black's refined flavor profile balances peach on the nose with a subtle hint of spice underneath. The depth and body pairs well with lighter Western fare (grilled white meats and cooked fish), yet is dry and delicate enough to complement Asian cuisine. RICE Wine SAKE read more

HUCHU HOMARE BREWERY

This wine is from Japan, Ibaraki region. Seimaibuai: 55 %Nihonshudo: +3Acidity: 1.5Amino Acidity: 1.1Rice: Watari BuneYeast: Assoc...iation #9Shubo Method: SokujoPressing: YabutaFiltration: NoneResting:: 3 to 8 monthsPasturization: Once in bottle. The aroma of this sake bursts out of the glass. Floral, fruity, funky and complex, it accurately precludes the matching flavors of this sake. It finishes lively to the end, with a bright, snappy acidity. Great on its own, an apogee of ginjo sake, showing how nihonshu can rival any beverage for complexity, showmanship, depth and range.. Spicy Asian, game meat, Thanksgiving dinner, monk fish liver, soy based sauces, cheese and fruit desserts. As varied as its flavor. RICE Wine Sake read more

SAKE ONE CORPORATION

This wine is from Japan, Aomori region. Super premium old style with minimal altering post brewing creates rich & creamy textures ...with a bold finish that stands up to the heartiest of pairings. Wine Sake read more

EIKO FUJI BREWERY

This wine is from Japan, Yamagata region. Ban Ryu means ?ten thousand ways.' It is an expression used in the sake world to answer... the question, in how many ways is one sake different from another. The answer, in 10 Thousand Ways: the yeast, the koji, timing of brewing, etc., It also means, more informally, ?versatility.' The brewery was trying to catch both meanings by naming this honjozo Ban Ryu or Ten Thousand ways, however, they passionately believe it can be enjoyed in 10 Thousand ways-chilled, warmed, hot, with light food, heavy food, sweet food and spicy food.. Seimaibuai: 65%Nihonshudo: +1Acidity: 1Aminno Acidity: 1.2Rice: Yamagata table riceYeast: Association #10Shubo Method: Kohon TohkaPressing: YabutaFiltration: Paper filter to remove small particlesPasteurization: Twice RICE Wine Sake read more

OZEKI

This wine is from Japan, Hyogo region. Sake Meter Value: +5Alcohol: 16%Acidity: 1.2. In 1932, award-winning Echigo Sake Brewery wa...s founded in Niigata Prefecture, one of the famous sake-making regions in Northern Japan. The region is also known to produce the premium quality rice.The brewery uses the premium rice and the crystal clear ?soft water? in the area. Echigo Hana Bonbori is a delicate, junmai Daiginjo sake with a sweet, floral and fruity aroma. RICE Wine Sake read more

TY KU SAKE

This wine is from Japan, Nara region. Super Premium, Junmai Ginjo, Japanese Sake. TY KU Sake Black is rapidly becoming the most po...pular sake in the U.S with its unparalleled quality, taste & style. TY KU Sake Black is specially craft brewed in Nara, Japan, home of the world's first sake brewery dating back to 680 A.D. This super premium Junmai Ginjo sake utilizes 45% milled sake rice. This classification represents the top 6% of all sake in the world. TY KU Sake Black is crafted for true food & wine aficionados.. RICE - Specialty Yamada Nishiki & Akebono rice. 45% of rice grain milled away for purity.WATER - Pristine iron-free natural spring water from the mountains of Japan.YEAST - Famed #9 yeast strain brings forth delightful fragrance and aroma.KOJI - Handmade koji rounds out the full-body and flavor.. TY KU Sake Black's refined flavor profile balances peach on the nose with a subtle hint of spice underneath. The depth and body pairs well with lighter Western fare (grilled white meats and cooked fish), yet is dry and delicate enough to complement Asian cuisine. RICE Wine Sake read more

SAKE ONE CORPORATION

This wine is from Japan, Niigata region. The crisp fennel aroma commands sensory attention from the beginning while herbaceous aro...matics with notes of white pepper dance on your tongue through each sip. Wine Sake read more

GEKKEIKAN

This wine is from United States. Gekkeikan Traditional is the world's most popular Junmai-shu! It embodies the signature Gekkeikan... style and represents over 370 years and 14 generations of sake brewing experience.. Alc./Volume: 15.6% (750ml & 1.5L) 14.6% (18L & 1.8L barrel)Class: Junmai-shuSake Meter Value: +2Sulfite and gluten free. Herbaceous with hints of grapefruit and a light earthiness. Good acidity, mineral driven, well-balanced with a clean, medium finish.. Pairing Notes: Delicious with tempura, full flavored fish and shellfish, fresh green vegetable dishes, and coconut-based Asian dishes. A flavorful base for stocks and marinades.Serving Suggestions: This versatile sake can be enjoyed warm, at room temperature or chilled. Excellent for sake cocktails and infusions. RICE Wine Sake read more

HAKUTSURU

This wine is from Japan. Using only the finest rice ?Yamada-Nishiki?, and Nada?s famed natural spring water ?Miyamizu?, ?SHO-UNE? ...has been brewed as the Supreme of Japanese Sake. This graceful Sake with fruity scents, velvety smoothness can be enjoyed chilled or at room temperature.. ALC. 15.5% BY VOL.INGREDIENTS : RICE, RICE KOJISAKE METER VALUE : +2. Matches dishes with a salty taste or a rich taste. Baby clams steamed in Sake, Sashimi, Japanese stew (vegetables or fish stewed with soy sauce, fish broth, Sake, etc.), Broiled fish or prawn with a salty taste. Wine Sake read more

SAKE ONE CORPORATION

This wine is from United States, Oregon region. You're already familiar with the g joy, a Junmai Ginjo Genshu. Now become familiar... with the new addition to the g line, the g fifty Junmai Ginjo Genshu milled to 50%, a Daiginjo grade. A sake with equal parts of power and elegance, polish and panache.. Rice: Calrose-M41 Polish: 50% Yeast: 701 & 1801Alc: 18% SMV: 0 Total Acidity: 2Sulfites: 0 Gluten: 0. Complex yet smooth with subtle notes suggestive of grape, pear, and mint that are artfully melded against a backdrop of minerals and spice.. Wonderful chilled on its own or enjoyed with grilled meats, seasoned veggies, rich fish, creamy pasta dishes, or hard cheeses. RICE Wine Sake read more

NAKAO BREWERY

This wine is from Japan, Hiroshima region. Seimaibuai: 50%Nihonshudo: +5.0Acidity: 1.3Amino Acidity: 0.9Rice: Hattan NishikiYeast:... Apple YeastShubo Method: KoontokaPressing: YabutaFiltration: LightPasteurization: Twice. This Daiginjo is delicate, soft and clean, showing hints of green apple. It should be served chilled and paired with salads, grilled chicken, sushi and sashimi. RICE Wine Sake read more

KIRA

This wine is from Japan, Fukushima region. An extra dose of brewer's alcohol adds a very dry, but light sharpness. Elusive fruit a...nd rice aromas/flavors keep you guessing up to the refreshing, cleansing finish. Wine Sake read more

ROCK SAKE

This wine is from United States, Oregon region. Rock Sake Cloud is ?nigori? sake, which means ?cloudy? in Japanese. This speciall...y designated sake is roughly filtered, thus opaque in appearance, and has a slightly sweeter flavor. Before sake filtration techniques were modernized, all sakes were nigori, so this is the most traditional form of sake. Rock Sake Cloud is Junmai Ginjo quality - the rice used is polished down to 60% of its original size, and there is no distilled alcohol added during the brewing process. It contains no preservatives, no sulfites and is gluten free.. The Sip Experience: Fresh aroma, slightly sweet, hints of rock melon and coconut with a delicate finish. RICE Wine Sake read more

GEKKEIKAN

This wine is from Japan, Kyoto region. Gekkeikan Deluxe is a Junmai-shu, made from carefully selected rice varieties and the fresh... spring waters of the Fushimi region, for a light, fragrant, well balanced sake.. Alc./Volume: 16.7%Class: Junmai-shuSake Meter Value: +2Sulfite and gluten free. Full-bodied, with a good balance of aroma and flavor.. Pairing Notes: Serve with rich, full flavored dishes such as red meat, game and poultry.Serving Suggestions: Enjoy chilled or at room temperature. RICE Wine Sake read more

TY KU SAKE

This wine is from Japan, Nara region. The Crown Jewel of Sake. TY KU Sake White was voted the best sake in the world. The pinnacle... of ultra premium sake, TY KU Sake White is a rare special designation Junmai Daiginjo which represents the very top 1% of all sake. Handcrafted in Yamagata, Japan with over 60% of each rice grain milled away. TY KU Sake White is the gold standard for sake brewing, using only the very best ingredients & techniques and is reserved for the true connoisseur .. RICE - Yamada Nishiki (best sake rice in the world). Over 60% of rice grain milled away.WATER - Soft and pure iron-free natural spring water from Toyama Mountain, Japan.YEAST - Proprietary blend of the famed #9 and Yamagata yeast strains for fruity aroma.KOJI - Made by hand in the finest traditional cedar-lined koji room.. TY KU Sake White is exceptionally refined and smooth, uniting floral notes with banana and vanilla. Extremely delicate yet rich and supple; hints of spice permeate. TY KU Sake White captivates even the most discerning palate with complex layers of soft citrus. Wine Sake read more

SAKE ONE CORPORATION

This wine is from Japan, Niigata region. Richly aromatic with tropical flowers & fruits. Lush guava, mango, pear & apple notes acc...entuate this slightly sweet and wonderfully easy sake. Wine Sake read more

TY KU SAKE

This wine is from Japan, Nara region. Premium Junmai Japanese Sake. TY KU Sake Silver delivers an exciting value price point. It i...ntroduces exceptional quality, smooth flavor profile, contemporary style and unprecedented value. TY KU Sake Silver is expertly brewed in Nara, Japan, home of the world's first sake brewery dating back to 680 A.D. This premium Junmai sake utilizes 30% milled sake rice. The Junmai classification represents the top 15% of all sake in the world. It is one of the purest beverages on the planet, made from only four all natural ingredients; rice, water, yeast & koji. RICE - Specialty Akebono rice from Japan. 30% of rice grain milled away for purity.WATER - Pristine iron-free natural spring water from the mountains of Japan.YEAST - Famed #901 yeast strain brings forth pleasing fragrance and aroma.KOJI - Handmade koji rounds out the full-body and flavor.. TY KU Sake Silver has a fresh, slightly sweet taste with subtle pear notes; its rich flavor is soft & silky on the palate. Although it complements sushi & Asian cuisine, its well-rounded body pairs well with a variety of lighter Western cuisine. RICE Wine Sake read more

HAKUSHIKA

This wine is from Japan. Type: Junmai DaiginjoAlc/Vol: 15.7%Rice Polishing Rate: 50%Rice Varieties: Yamadanishiki, NihonbareNihon ...Shudo (Sake Meter): 0 (neutral)Serving Temperature: Chilled or room temperature. Excellent for pairing with fine Japanese cuisine such as sashimi, tofu dishes, and lightly flavored sauteed poultry, beef and vegetables. Also excellent for fusion and crossover cuisine which uses such traditional Japanese flavors as yuzu citrus, konbu kelp, dashi soup stock and soy sauce. RICE Wine Sake read more

NAKAO BREWERY

This wine is from Japan, Hiroshima region. Since olden times, most sake has been brewed with ordinary food rice. Also today, the m...ainstream of sake consists of local sake (jizake) brewed with ordinary rice harvested in that area. Already in the past, in Hiroshima and the Chugoku area rice of high quality was harvested thanks to the cold water springing up in the mountains and the cool climate at night. Junmai Takehara is brewed with Shin-Senbon and other rice locally grown in Hiroshima.Koji rice is the ingredient that has the greatest influence on the taste. In general, it takes 46 hours to make koji-rice, but we spend more than 50 hours, the time necessary for making koji-rice for Daiginjo sake. In this way, we are able to make koji-rice with a solid taste and brew sake with a richer flavor and more depth.. Seimaibuai: 65%Nihonshudo: +1.0Acidity: 1.5Rice: Local rice from Hiroshima PrefectureShubo Method:KoontokaPressing:YabutaFiltration:Filter only to remove some remaining particles.Pasturization:TwiceAlcohol Percentage: 15.4% RICE Wine Sake read more

TOMITA BREWERY

This wine is from Japan, Shiga region. Seimaibuai: 60%Nihonshudo: +4.0Acidity: 1.8Rice: TamazakaeYeast: Association #1401Shubo Met...hod: SokujoPressing: FuneFiltration: Filtered to remove small particlesPasturization: once. Technically qualifying as a junmai ginjo, this junmai is a great introduction to sake. It is earthy and mushroomy in the nose but reveals light, fresh notes of grapefruit and melon on the palate. Its structure is open and dynamic, its body light, its finish crisp and clean. It complements flavorful foods like cooked Japanese food and French or new American. RICE Wine Sake read more

OZEKI

This wine is from United States, California region. Sake Meter Value: +7Alcohol: 16%Acidity: 1.4Polish Rate: 50%. Ozeki Sake Plati...num is the pinnacle of Ozeki sake products brewed in California. This Junmai Daiginjo sake has a refreshingly dry sake with a fruity aroma. So each time you drink sake, open the bottle to enjoy the very fresh taste of Ozeki Sake Platinum. Wine Sake read more

YATSUSHIKA SHUZO

This wine is from Japan, Oita region. Fragrant floral & fruit aromas enrich the round, supple flavors of creamy melon, light Fuji ...apple and a hint of dairy that blankets the palate through the water-like finish. Wine Sake read more

TOMITA BREWERY

This wine is from Japan, Shiga region. Seimaibuai: 60%Nihonshudo: +4.0Acidity: 1.8Rice: TamazakaeYeast: Association #1401Shubo Met...hod: SokujoPressing: FuneFiltration: Filtered to remove small particlesPasturization: once. Technically qualifying as a junmai ginjo, this junmai is a great introduction to sake. It is earthy and mushroomy in the nose but reveals light, fresh notes of grapefruit and melon on the palate. Its structure is open and dynamic, its body light, its finish crisp and clean. It complements flavorful foods like cooked Japanese food and French or new American. RICE Wine Sake read more

UMENOYADO BREWERY

This wine is from Japan, Nara region. Plenty of natural yuzu citrus is squeezed, and its juice is added into sake. It is not so sw...eet as to overpower the natural acidity of the yuzu, but it is sweet enough to be moreish. It is elegantly sweet and refreshingly tart. RICE Wine Sake read more

HINOMARU JOZO

This wine is from Japan, Akita region. Milling percentage: 60 %Alcohol: 14.1-16 %Rice: Gin no SeiSMV: +3Profile: DryAcidity: 1.3Wa...ter: Soft. Clean, Crisp, Refreshing! Its dry entry has a slight zest of grapefruit. Opens to reveal white stone fruits--nectarine or peach. A tease of white chocolate gives a surprising finish. Its unique character envelops a wide range of pairings that will bring out the best in everyday foods.. This sake brings out the best in every day foods and pairs well with salads, white fish, ceviche, and citrus based sauce RICE Wine Sake read more

HINOMARU JOZO

This wine is from Japan, Akita region. Milling percentage: 60 %Alcohol: 14.1-16 %Rice: Gin no SeiSMV: +3Profile: DryAcidity: 1.3Wa...ter: Soft. Clean, Crisp, Refreshing! Its dry entry has a slight zest of grapefruit. Opens to reveal white stone fruits--nectarine or peach. A tease of white chocolate gives a surprising finish. Its unique character envelops a wide range of pairings that will bring out the best in everyday foods.. This sake brings out the best in every day foods and pairs well with salads, white fish, ceviche, and citrus based sauce RICE Wine Sake read more

SUZUKI SHUZOTEN BREWERY

This wine is from Japan, Akita region. One of the oldest breweries in Akita, Suzuki Shuzoten has been run by the Suzuki family for... 19 generations since its founding in 1689. Their sake still bears the name Hideyoshi, given to them by a feudal Lord who deemed the brewery one of the best in all of Akita. They have won numerous awards with their philosophy of innovation and tradition.. Varietal CompositionYamadanishiki/Akita Sake Komachi. The ultimate aged sake, this Daiginjo is milled to 40% and produced in very limited quantities to ensure its exceptionally mellow flavor and elegant aroma. Enjoy it with cheese and nuts, or savor its depth with beef, mushrooms or rich entrees. This remarkable sake may be best after dinner or savored alone. RICE Wine Sake read more

AKITA SHURUI SEIZOH BREWERY

This wine is from Japan, Akita region. This premium sake offers a full flavor profile that is clean and well-structured. The flavo...rs burst on the palate, making Pure Dawn an ideal pair to a wide range of foods such as canapes or ceviche.. Type:SMV +3 Grape Variety Used:Komachi (45%) and Miyamanishiki rice (65%) Appellation:Akita, Japan Alcohol Level:15.5% Acid Level:1.6 g/L RICE Wine Sake read more

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