Tokyo Japanese Sake Tastings

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TOKYO

Tokyo Bars and Mixology with Whisky, Sake, and Food Pairings

Spend an evening walking around the streets of Shinbashi and Ginza, visiting Tokyo bars and pairing luxurious drinks with delicious food in this fun mixology tour.
from ¥32,000
With sake
Tastings
TOKYO

Tokyo Sake Tasting Experience

Become a Japanese sake connoisseur during this comprehensive 1-hour Tokyo sake tasting!
from ¥11,000
Nomihoudai
Tastings
TOKYO

Tasting Seven Different High Quality Sake with Food Pairing

Dive into the history and culture of Japanese Sake with the help of a sake expert and learn about the different types of sake and how to pair and serve them with meals provided by an expert.
from ¥14,300
Tastings
TOKYO

Japanese Sake Tasting Experience for Team Building

Build a strong team while tasting delicious Japanese sake during this unique team-building experience for large groups
from ¥11,000
With sake
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Tokyo Sake Tastings

Japanese sake, also known as nihonshu, is one of the treasures of Japan. A type of fermented Japanese rice wine that is made from high-quality Japanese rice, water, and koji mold, despite the few ingredients used, there is a surprising variety of sake in Japan. Depending on factors like fermentation temperature, level of rice polishing, and filtration, the taste of Japanese sake can be categorized into several grades. For example, junmai-shu is the classic Japanese sake, which is made with rice that has been polished to 70%, with a high level of acidity, while daiginjo-shu is polished to 50% and has a more delicate aroma. During sake tastings in Tokyo, you can discover the flavors of different types and brands of sake, and train your palate to recognize different tastes. Become a sake expert, visiting sake breweries in Tokyo and enjoying tastings of several different types of Japanese sake. Sake tastings in Tokyo will allow you to experience new flavors and aromas, with a sake tasting guide to help you along the way. So grab a glass, and let’s kampai!