"Sugitama or Sakabayashi " is  a ball sculpture collected to form a ball of cedar leaves. It is hung on the eaves of the sake brewery, indicating that there is new sake. Its termed "begin to squeeze."

"Sugitama or Sakabayashi " is a ball sculpture collected to form a ball of cedar leaves. It is hung on the eaves of the sake brewery, indicating that there is new sake. Its termed "begin to squeeze."

Japanese #Sake, they are so-called fermented rice wine because those are made from a fermented rice. Traditionally, a wooden square glass is used when we drink a japanese sake in #Japan.日本,日本酒

Japanese #Sake, they are so-called fermented rice wine because those are made from a fermented rice. Traditionally, a wooden square glass is used when we drink a japanese sake in #Japan.日本,日本酒

Sakabayashi, or sugitama / 杉玉, used to inform everyone that new sake has been made. A sugitama is made from fresh pine leaves, and as the sugitama dries and changes color, it lets people know how much the sake has been matured.

Sakabayashi, or sugitama / 杉玉, used to inform everyone that new sake has been made. A sugitama is made from fresh pine leaves, and as the sugitama dries and changes color, it lets people know how much the sake has been matured.

Sake or Nihonshu, the so called "Japanese rice wine", is traditionally considered as a sacred alcoholic beverage. We have the custom to hit and break open the lid of a sake barrel by a wooden mallet, which is known as Kagami Biraki (open the mirror) to celebrate happy events, such as weddings, store opening events, ritual events held at shrines, and so on.

Sake or Nihonshu, the so called "Japanese rice wine", is traditionally considered as a sacred alcoholic beverage. We have the custom to hit and break open the lid of a sake barrel by a wooden mallet, which is known as Kagami Biraki (open the mirror) to celebrate happy events, such as weddings, store opening events, ritual events held at shrines, and so on.

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