The Gasanryu brand of sake was developed at Shindo Sake Brewery. They farm their own sake rice, and take pride in their surrounding nature and local culture. Gasanryu Kisaragi is a medium dry daiginjo sake characterized by a gorgeous aroma of melon, pear, peach and has a light clean flavor
Jokigen is the signature brand by Sakata Shuzo. It is made with Oyama Nishiki which is a special type of rice developed by a group of Toyoma rice farmers. It has a well balanced acidity and umami, a touch of apricot and pomegranate, with a savory finish
Brooklyn Kura "No. 14", Junmai Ginjo Nama Genshu - 60% Polish - 15% ABV - +0 SMV
We are excited to offer sake from New York's first sake brewery! Brian & Brandon have worked tirelessly to create an all-American small batch craft sake. This sake is made with New York water and rice grown in California & Arkansas. They use a pizza shaker for their koji, because you know, Brooklyn
Dewazakura Brewing Company is the pioneer of Ginjo sake. Their sake is often referred to as "the wine-drinkers' sake" as they possess fruity and floral notes of reminiscent of certain white wines. The" Oka" has a floral bouquet soft on the palate with a touch of pear and melon
Yamada Shoten is a very small brewery in Gifu making ultra-handcrafted and taditional style sake. The Yamada family mills their own rice in house without any advanced technology. The high polishing rate gives this sake a defined fruit and floral expression while still offering rich umami
Tenzan Brewery was established in 1875 and owned by the Shichida Family. Tenzan refers to the mountain from where natural waters flow to brew the sake. This sake has a calming aroma remsniscent of honey and notes of refreshing green apple. It is medium bodied and finishes medium dry on the palate
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Creative Japanese-fusion cuisine by internationally-celebrated chef, Takanori Akiyama. We offer an extensive sake & shochu selection, rare Japanese whiskies, and original Japanese-inspired craft cocktails.