OPENERS “Sake And The City” Check this out!
I believe that one of the first experience of drinking smooth sake for many people is Hakkaisan from Niigata prefecture. Mr. Jiro Nagumo A.K.A. Mr. Hakkaisan was visiting NYC for just couple days, and the one of his days in NY was for us! How lucky we are! We had a wonderful night at one […]
I had been in Park City for Sundance film festival for this last few days. My husband is film maker, and he edited one of the movies “Blue Valentine”. We had a great party with the crew, including Ryan Gosling and Michalle Williams. It was wonderful night!! The movie is very beautiful and sad… so […]
Jointly Presented by Japan-US Alliance of New Jersey Japanese American Society of NewJersey & Crowne Plaza Englewood In Collaboration with Sake Discoveries, LLC NY Mutual Trading Inc. WINEBOW Inc. New York Taiko Aikokai Gotta Eat Sweets This special event offers Asian and American communities in New Jersey an opportunity to develop friendships and business relations in […]
Are you looking for new sake, organic sake, or great Junmai for warm sake? Please join our tasting event at Sakaya on Feb. 4th from 5pm! You can try organic junmai “Akira” (not available U.S. market yet), and also you can enjoy the big difference of the flavor of organic rice Mitsuhikari and organic sake […]
I’ll be serving great Organic Junmai “Akira” with Japanese organic farmers from Kanazawa Daichi from Ishikawa prefecture at Sakagura on February 4th from 8pm! Don’t miss it! Sakagura 211 East 43rd Street New York, NY 10017 (212) 953-7253
Soooooo cute cup sake from my hometown Akita!!! Thank you mom! I’ll use them as glasses too! I talked about Cup Sake on UrbanSake.com last summer. Did you read that?
This article on Asahi Newspaper of Japan is about five top sake brands at Keio Department Store Shinjuku’s liquor store. 1. Dassai 50 Junmai Daiginjo 2. Hakkaisan Honjozo 3. Echigo Tsurukame Tobingakoi Daiginjo 4. Daishichi Junmai Kimoto 5. Kuroushi Hekizan Junmai Ginjo If you have a chance to travel to Japan, you should check the […]
This event is not open to the public. Sorry.