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October 1st is a very important day for the sake industry in Japan and around the world. It’s the date when the sake-brewing season traditionally begins. It also signals the…
Pressed in winter and stored cold until early autumn, “Hiyaoroshi” acquires a patina of flavour depth while retaining its youthful freshness. Gracefully fragrant, with limpidly balanced sweetness and acidity. You…
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Come to Japan House on Saturday 10th August for a unique tasting session with Philip Harper, toji (sake brewmaster) of Kinoshita Brewing Company in Kyoto. Philip is the only British…
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