Collection: Sake & Tokkuri

Japanese sake has a rich and storied tradition. It's a rice wine with a history dating back over a thousand years. Sake is deeply intertwined with Japanese culture, often used in ceremonies and celebrations. Traditional sake-making involves meticulous rice polishing, fermentation, and aging. Sake is typically enjoyed in various types of cups and served at different temperatures to bring out its unique flavors. Sake breweries, known as "kura," are scattered throughout Japan, each with its own brewing techniques and regional characteristics. Sake plays a vital role in Japanese customs, such as weddings, festivals, and religious rituals, making it an integral part of Japanese heritage.