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Shizuoka Sake Tasting: Kanzawagawa Brewery-Shosetsu Honjyozo Nama Genshu

It’s been some time since I have drunk this long seller by Kansawagawa Brewery in Yui, Shimizu Ku, Shizuoka City
It does make for another long name! 415 more words

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Shizuoka Tasting: Suruga Brewery-Abekaido Tokubetsu Honjozo

Abekaido is one of the brands taken over by Suruga Brewery when they acquired the license of defunct Yoshiya Brewery in Shizuoka City.
It was certainly worth it what the beautiful label and the exquisite sake! 413 more words

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Shizuoka Sake Tasting: Hamamatsu-Tenjingura Brewery-Shusseijo Ginjo Fujihomare Nakakumi Nama Genshu (conducted at La Sommeliere in Shizuoka City)

I don’t mind repeating it all the time but I prefer conducting sake tastings in the right environment but not many places are propitious for that exercise or willing to help. 550 more words

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A Warm Sake Night

The wintry months of November, December and January blows a cooling wind towards Singapore. The days are perpetually morning light and we get heavy rainfall in the December months. 508 more words

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Shizuoka Sake Tasting: Negami Brewery-Kinmei Shiboritate Junmai Genshu Nama

This is another long-selling brew by Negami Brewery in Gotemba city on the slopes of Mount Fuji!

it is brewed to coincide with the winter/ end of the year/New Year holidays with the same label every year bearing the lucky turtle and crane! 394 more words

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Shizuoka Sake Tasting: Oomuraya Brewery-Wakatake Oniotome "Namida" Tokubetsu Junmai Nama

Oomuraya Brewery has now produced this seasonal series called “Oni Otome/鬼乙女/The Goblin’s Bride” for two full years with growing success to the point that sake lovers are inquiring about its implementation every three months! 456 more words

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Shizuoka Sake Tasting: Haginishiki Brewery-Toro no Sato Tokubetsu Junmai

Haginishiki Brewery in Shizuoka City has been brewing this particular sake for many years and has become a “regular” in downtown izakayas!

“Toro no Sato/登呂の里” stands for the “Home of Toro Ruins”, a nationally famous 1,800-year old archaeological site! 362 more words

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