November is a time to give thanks for the many things that we’ve been fortunate enough to have in our lives. Along with family, friends, and health, we always include some of the pleasures that come from inspired creations like…SAKE! And while that probably comes as no surprise, this month we also wanted to introduce our SAKAYA friends to another of Japan’s enjoyable indigenous beverages. And so, after nearly a year since we opened, we’ve scheduled our first tasting of Shochu, a distilled spirit popular in Kyushu region. As always, we have a full schedule of sake tastings too. If you haven’t tried shochu before, now’s your chance.
And in case you thought we forgot an important item on our list of things to be thankful for, we saved the best for last….YOU!
We look forward to seeing you soon and thank you so very much for your enthusiastic support!
Rick & Hiroko
Saturday, November 1: 3 to 6PM
Wakatake Onikoroshi (Shizuoka), Urakasumi (Miyagi), & Tsuki no Katsura (Kyoto)
Friday, November 7: 6 to 8PM & Saturday, November 8: 4 to 6PM
Shochu Tasting from Fukiage Distiller in Kagoshima
Fukiage Mugi Shochu & Kaikouzu Imo Shochu
Saturday, November 15: 3 to 6PM
Sake Samurai Tim Sullivan (urbansake.com)
Kubota Senju (Niigata), Hakkaisan Ginjo (Niigata), Kikusui Junmai Ginjo (Niigata)
Friday, November 21: 6 to 8PM
Nishimoto Trading Sake Tasting
Okunomatsu Ginjo (Fukushima) & Kudoki Jozu Junmai Ginjo (Yamagata)
Saturday, November 22: 3 to 6PM
Akita Sake Promotion & Export Council Sake Tasting
Chokaisan Junmai Daiginjo (Akita)