Tokyo, Japan

Sho Chiku Bai

Premium Ginjo Sake

Mmm umami goodness. Peaches and lychee. — 5 days ago

Josh, Dawn and 6 others liked this
Neil Valenzuela

Neil Valenzuela

Sho-chiku-bai! Don’t you wish it came in a bigger bottle ? 😉- cheers!
S.S. Mandani

S.S. Mandani

@Neil Valenzuela Most def! Really liked this one

Coedo Brewery (Kyodo Shoji Koedo Brewery)

Beniaka Premium Lager

Wow. Amazing. Love the sweet potato note. Goes perfectly with house hot sake. — 22 days ago

Severn, Eric and 2 others liked this

Asahishuzo Tokutsuki

Dassai 50

Tasty, fruity, and not too sweet. Delicious fuckin sake. — 11 days ago

Ammo
with Ammo
Ammo

Ammo

Lalaalala

Hatsumomidi Co.

Harada Junmai Daiginjo Sake

Tons of character, hints of sugar but lots of sharpness and a great finish. Delicious with hot pot. — 3 days ago

Jasmine Chan
with Jasmine

Shinobu Distillery

The Shinobu 15 Years Old Mizunara Japanese Oak Finish Pure Malt Whisky

Interesting nose, Nice after dinner glass — 16 days ago

Rob, Betsy and 25 others liked this
Tracy Hall

Tracy Hall Influencer Badge

Very cool label!
Norman Gennaro

Norman Gennaro Premium Badge

I like these Minuzara casks whiskeys.

Amabuki Shuzo

Amabuki Gin no Kurenai Junmai

Rose colored sake! — 5 days ago

Yoshida sake brewery

Tedorigawa Kinka Daiginjo Sake

Love this sake; had it paired with cheese course at senia — 19 days ago

SŌTŌ

Super Premium Junmai Daiginjo Sake

Klim K
9.5

Awesome sake! Highly recommend for a refreshing great taste with your sushi — 21 hours ago

Okunomatsu Sake Brewery

Junmai Nama chozo shu

Okunomatsu Sake, Ginjo. Clear and light pale yellow. Sweet and goes well with deep fried mackerel we fished the other day. — 10 days ago

Trixie and Mike liked this
Trixie

Trixie

Cheers!🍶
Seiji Takeuchi

Seiji Takeuchi

@Trixie Cheers and Kanpai!
Trixie

Trixie

Kanpai! 🍶

Homare Sake Brewrey Co.

Tatsumigura Junmaiginjo Refined Sake

Labeled as Junmai Ginjo, but label indicates polished rate of rice at 50%. This is more in line with a  Junmai Daiginjo. Either way, this is best served chillled, but not cold. It can be served slightly warm, but the delicate fruity flavor will be degraded.  — 4 days ago