Also listed under this category are web sites about Shochu (distilled Korean liquor) and Awamori (distilled rice liquor from Okinawa).
See the FAQ regarding the pronunciation of the word sake.
Liquor distillery on Okinawa, Japan. Theories of how the liquor got its name to present production practices and pricing policies.
The Making and Tradition of Japan's National Beverage.
History and modern-days facilities of the Konishi sake brewing clan.
General information on sake, company and product descriptions.
Ibaraki Japan - sake brewing site.
Sake brewery in Ebina, Kanagawa prefecture. Information in almost 100 different languages.
One mans journey into the wonderful world of Japanese Sake.
Sake types by regions, classification of different types of beverage, a list of its key incredients, a scale to assess sweetness and an on-line shop.
Japan-Yamagata. Introduction, history, and products.
Sake brewery in Okayama prefecture, producing the Kiwamihijiri brand.
Sake vocabulary and sake reports.
Japanese sake can be tasted at various temperatures, from cold (Hiya) to hot (Kan).
Site devoted to Japanese Sake including a glossary, web links, a newsletter, and FAQs.
Saké Products; descriptions and online ordering (in the U.S.A.)
Sake brewery located in Ibaraki prefecture, dating from 850 years ago (site in English and French).
History and Production of Sake; Sake Tasting for Beginners.
Sake brewery in Okayama prefecture, producing the "Musashi no sato" brand.
All about Sake: how it is brewed, and with what best to drink it. Plus a history of Sake in America.
Sake brewing process, selection, brewers, shops, and a quiz.
Sake reviews, news, and education.
A US sake importer, with information on sake-producing regions, as well as taste and types of sake. Includes a list of US sake dealers.
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