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How to Drink Sake

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Japanese Sake decanter and glass

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Akita Cedar Wooden Cups by Yukio Hashimoto

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Glazed Ceramic Japanese Sake Set

Glazed Ceramic 5 Pcs Japanese Sake Set

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Japanese Sake Set with One Flask and Four Cups, Sumo Wrestling Faces

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Calligraphy japanese sake set

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Contemporary Sake Set

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Ceramic white Sake Set

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Japanese Porcelain Calligraphy Sake Set

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Artistic sake set

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Cold sake set

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Japanese Sake set / cherry blossom

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Red and black sake set

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Cute japanese sake set Fortune cat

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The term "Ginjo" is synonomous with premium sake, the type of sake exported by eSake's brewers. Ginjo is not a brand name. It is a style (a grade, category, class) of sake.

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Good sake is made from special sake rice. There are dozens of types of sake rice, which is different from eating rice, but only a handful that are truly worth remembering. The most important of these is Yamada Nishiki.

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Porcelain Sake Set

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Shotoku Daiginjo Sake Glass

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This gorgeous picture reminds us that sake is sometimes consumed as part of Shinto purification rituals. In these rituals, sake called Omiki or Miki is offered to the gods. This pouring looks worthy!

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Hand painted Kutani Sake cup.

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Hideo Hatano - Sake cup #ceramics #Japanese_ceramics #pottery #Japanese_pottery #cup #sake_cup #guinomi

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Revolution Champagne Flutes S-2 by Felicia Ferrone

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Sake carafe with ice pocket

Canoe: Sake Carafe with Ice Pocket

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Ryuichi Kakurezaki - Sake bottle

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