“Sake may be known as a Japanese rice wine but the process of making the stuff is closer to beer making, and it may be one of the most versatile drinks to have with food. Tim Sullivan, this week’s guest, is an unlikely expert and educator of sake, but after devoting the last decade to sake, and learning the craft of sake brewing in Japan, Tim is now one of the top sake experts in the US, a national sake educator, and a Global Brand Ambassador of Hakkaisan Sake Brewery based in Niigata, Japan.”
Its a good audio to enjoy in the late summer breez with Clear Sparkling Sake AWA with nice plate of Charcutrie.
Hello Hakkaisan and Sale Lovers,
Our brand ambassador Timothy Sullivan was given a chance to host the conference at SXSW 2020!!
He will be lecturing the amazing world of Sake and Hakkaisan! So exciting!
For him to do so, we need your votes.
Please take a moment to jump to the link below and vote for TIM!
Hakkaisan is coming to Food and Wine Classic Apsen again this year!!
It is one of the biggest food and wine show in North America.
Fine wine makers, fine food makers, fine spirits makers, and luxurious food related makers from all over the world gethered to show their finenst products.
The event will be held in June 14 to 16, 2019 at Aspen Colorado.
Beautiful mountains and beautiful food and wine…ahhh its a heaven on earth.
We hope to see you all there!!
Hakkaisan poured SAKE at London Craft Week on May 10-11, 2019.
LONDON CRAFT WEEK is an annual event to showcases craftsmanships of furniture, jewellery, perfume, painting, art objects are displayed at famous studios, galleries, and luxury brand shops through out London.
This year, Hakkaisan was invited and showcased some of our finest sake at beautiful Japan House London.
It was a wonderful opportunity for Hakkaisan to introduce high quality sake to London locals.
London locals loved our Tokubetsu Honjozo and Ginjo!!
Sakura, cherry flower, is a national flower of Japan.
In Japanese culture Sakura represent hello and good-bye because the year ends in March and starts in April. Sakura blossoming season is cerebration of new starts.
Also, its the time for HANAMI, to watch the flower, which people gather around the sakura trees to enjoy spring. Fresh air and delicious Hakkaisan drinks are wonderful match in this nice spring days. Kanpai!
I hope everyone had joyful and relaxing holiday. In Hakkaisan, we started our new year with the open sake barrel ceremony. This is a traditional ceremony to cerebrate the new starts. We see sake in barrel as a clear mirror to show the bright future, and see the lids of barrel split open like in Japanese Kanji ”八 – number 8 -” shape which spreads widely in bottom that means ”prosperity”.
Sake was served to people who are making first visitation of the year to “Meiji Jingu 明治神宮” a shrine in Tokyo with the wood cups. Cerebrating with good sake on the way or after renewing the new year’s resolutions before god is a nice way to starts the new year!
Hakkaisan wishes clear bright future and prosperity to all!!
In 2019, we continue to work hard to brew good quality sake, and bring them to you with love and happiness.
Tokyo Kabuki Theater is decorated with Hakkaisan sake barrels.
Echigo de Soro – Red Label was just released on December 3, 2018.
Limited Sake, ONLY bottled in December.
What is around is only ones out there this year, so go find and get it!
This unpasteurized Junmai Ginjo is fresh, vibrant, and umami forward.
Perfect for special gathering in this holiday season.
The time comes this year again. The special time to brew special Hakkaisan sake. Every year we put all of our spirit and soul to create this sake. This is our foundation, the foundation for everything that we do. This is the sake that we stand. This is the sake experience. This is HAKKAISAN.