We are a community who share an appreciation for Japan's most celebrated beverage in a relaxed, enjoyable and educational way. The society is a conducive platform for discovering the brew that best suits your taste, mood, character and lifestyle while fostering greater appreciation for life, relationships and Japanese culture.
The best-selling Shichida. This is an all-around type of Junmai with generous flavors of tropical fruits and expressions of steamed rice and subtle umami. Definitely a great value for money brew, with a well-balanced flavour and dryness. This junmai goes well with a variety of dishes.
SHIRO is our “session sake”, light enough to enjoy all night with only 12% alcohol. Mild aromas of banana and apple lead into a palate that is gently sweet and brightened by acidity and lingering savory umami. Goes well with fresh greens salads with citrus accents, grilled shrimp & chicken, dairy and cheese dishes.
First brewed in 1973 by the famous Toji Juichi Hirano, it soon became the symbol of Urakasumi as it provides the best balance between aromas, fragrances and umami. A classic and traditional sake with an elegant style. This is the signature sake of Urakasumi. Clear, pale in appearance. Melon, white lily, mineral, steamed rice on the nose. Medium dryness, pleasant acidity and umami hints, creamy texture with a refreshing finish. Hints of melon, steamed rice, green apple and dried fruits flavors. Pairs well with light dishes, seafood, avocado, quiche, cream cheese. Serve chilled or room temperature (10～25℃).
Join a group of like-minded sake enthusiasts who come together to celebrate the joys of sake in a warm and friendly atmosphere. Enjoy your favorite brew face to face or in the comfort of your home. Meet brewery owners, master brewer's as you listen and learn the secrets of this amazing brew.
Join our interactive classes and discover more about this amazing brew in a fun and relaxed environment. Grow and level-up in your knowledge of sake by discovering its beginnings, how it is made, the places they come from, and how you can best pair sake with your favorite dishes.
A sake that has undergone light filtration using a coarse mesh substrate as its filter. This allows fine sediments to get through the mesh and become a part of the sake. Also known as cloudy sake. This sake has a fine powder-like texture. A must try and enjoy. Don't forget to shake the bottle before drinking.
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