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Typical Japanese Style Izakaya in Azabu Juban

If you visit Japan for the first time, I recommend to try an authentic izakaya(居酒屋) style restaurant. Izakaya is the most typical Japanese gastropub, the menu of which is full of Japanese food culture. 198 mots de plus

Japanese

Bishu-no-Sekkei (28BY)

My most favorite sake is this!

The baumkuchen made in sake brewery.

■Japanese Sake Yuki-no-Bosha http://www.yukinobousha.jp/english/index.htm
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Junmaidaiginjo tane-koji

We wanted to see what would happen if we tried to make this small portion of a very large batch of koji made from extremely polished rice (78% of the bran and outer layer removed) which is 1% more than the absolutely brilliant Dassai 23. 45 mots de plus

General

Jinzu, Scotland

Profile: Floral, Sweet.

Taste: Honey suckle, rose petal, lemon curd.

Recommended Garnish: Rose petal, lemon rind.

Beautiful and delicate, like the Japanese Cherry Blossom used to make it. 20 mots de plus

Gin

For Sakes sake . . .

Another of my Japanese obsessions is the beautifully ornate Sake barrels often found displayed close to shrines.

There is a particularly impressive Sake barrel display close to the entrance of Meiji Jingu Shrine in Shibuyu. 233 mots de plus

Takara Sake Tasting @ Hedonism Wines!!! (3rd March 2017)

More than one and a half centuries of challenge!!!

Takara has great experience in producing Shochu, Mirin and Sake for more than one-and-a-half centuries, applying traditional sake-making craftsmanship and modern technology to produce a Sake worthy of the Takara mark. 171 mots de plus