Sep. 10. 2019 writer:
In the news this week: Gekkeikan Special Free promises the great taste of a daiginjo sake without any alcohol or sugar. Then, stop by Silencio in Hong Kong for dinner and have a glass of sake on the house. Finally, after losing a year to devastating rains, the Sake Matsuri in Hiroshima makes its triumphant return.
Jul. 2. 2019 writer:
In the news this week: Cool Japan is looking to show China, Hong Kong, and Macau how cool sake can be. Then, Kiku-Masamune is bringing their long-awaited Hyakumoku sake brand to the United States and threw a bash to celebrate. Finally, those traditional square sake cups called masu are about to get a huge upgrade with holograms and streaming audio.
Apr. 9. 2019 writer:
In the news this week: Like the first flowers of spring, new sake bars are opening up all over Taiwan these days. Then, a long overdue fridge exclusively for sake lovers is becoming a crowdfunding magnet. Finally, this year New Zealand isn’t just bringing its best rugby players to Japan; they’re bringing their best wines to the new bar Rangitoto in Tokyo.
Feb. 12. 2019 writer:
"We’ve reached an age in which producing great sake isn’t necessarily enough to translate into great sales."
Jan. 29. 2019 writer:
In the news this week: Fukushima breweries take Manhattan with a new specialty shop on Canal Street. Next, are American sake consumers surprisingly sparing when it comes bottle size? Finally, get Tippsy in the comfort of your own home with this revolutionary sake delivery service!
Jan. 24. 2019 writer:
Explore all the ways to enjoy mirin, the sake-like seasoning found in nearly every kitchen in Japan but scare everywhere else.
Dec. 18. 2018 writer:
In the news this week: Another winter, another new and special stock of Funaguchi unpasteurized sake. Then, a byproduct of sake brewing surprisingly takes the Japanese cosmetic world. And, Uruguay imports its first-ever sake in a sign of the drink’s increasing global appeal.
Nov. 9. 2018 writer:
Almost all major types of alcohol are named by the way they are made, so why is "rice wine" wrongfully living in the shadow of a totally unrelated beverage?