Nov. 4. 2021 writer:
How a pioneering sake event overcame adversity after its pandemic hiatus.
Mar. 13. 2020 writer:
Saying Beau Timken’s sake boutique in San Francisco got in on the ground floor of globalized sake is an understatement. Since 2003, True Sake has been on the frontlines of sake’s expansion in the USA and, through hard work and ingenuity, the shop has helped sway public opinion in sake’s favor one customer at a time.
Nov. 14. 2019 writer:
The luxury ryokan Japanese inn in the heart of the Otemachi business district offers guests an immersive experience of traditional Japanese culture, including lots and lots of sake.
Nov. 6. 2019 writer:
We talk to Marie Chiba at her bar in Ebisu, where she delights patrons with unique sake and food pairings.
Sep. 12. 2019 writer:
Terminal 2 of the airport houses a duty-free liquor shop that lets you sample sake before buying. Team SAKETIMES was invited to get a frontline view of what makes this outlet special.
Jan. 10. 2019 writer:
It's winter again in many parts of the globe, which means it's the best time to explore the world of hot sake. Even if you’ve tried it before, it’s likely your hot sake experiences until now were just probing the surface of this particular rabbit hole.
Aug. 17. 2018 writer:
"It's not my nature to think of change as change — I’m just doing what I want to do."
Apr. 20. 2018 writer:
Choosing the best cup for that delicious sake
Feb. 9. 2018 writer:
American bartender Alex Barker discusses going from newbie-to-expert and how to find the right sake for you.
Jan. 26. 2018 writer:
Yata is a laidback, standing-style sake bar. The perfect bar to try a glass of sake on the way home from sightseeing in Shibuya or Shinjuku and a great place for beginners to get into sake.
Aug. 17. 2017 writer:
This Ginza sushi restaurant operates on the principle of making customers comfortable by paying meticulous attention to every single aspect of their dining experience.
Apr. 17. 2017 writer:
Doburoku, a rather elusive sake of old just made its return to Tokyo and the SAKETIMES team simply couldn't wait to get a taste.