Our Breweries were given Gold award by 2010 Zenkoku Shinshu kanpyou-kai.
Details are as follows.
Brand Name / Brewer name
◯ ASABIRAKI / Asabiraki (Iwate)
◯ KOIKAWA / Koikawa Shuzo (Yamagata)
◎ GENSAI / Suehiro Sake Brewery (Fukushima)
◯ AIYU / Aiyu Sake Brewery (Ibaraki)
◎ FUSHIMI MEISHU / Yamamoto Honke (Kyoto)
◎ TAITEN SHIRAGIKU / Shiragiku Shuzo (Okayama)
◯ CHIYOMUSUBI / Chiyomusubi Sake Brewery (Tottori)
◎ TENZAN / Tenzan Sake Brewery (Saga)
Note : ◎ = Gold prize, ◯ = Winning a prize
NEW YORK LOVES JAPAN SAKE FUNDRAISER
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 27th, 2011
6:00PM – 10:00PM At Le Venue
Project by Project NY has teamed up with a generous group of NY Food and Sake community members to present New York Loves Japan – a food and sake tasting benefit to support the relief efforts in Japan.
All proceeds from this event will be donated to the Japan Red Cross. The Sake and Restaurant Tasting in support of the victims of the Japan tsunami and earthquake will take place at La.Venue on Wednesday, April 27th, 2011.
This event, featuring over 100 sake and food from 15 amazing restaurants including Sakagura (Yes! we are participating!), Matsuri, Kajitsu, 15 East will be held on Wed., April 27 at La Venue
in Chelsea from 6-10 pm. Tickets start at $100, with all proceeds going to the Japan Red Cross via our non-profit organization partner Project by Project
Tickets are available online now at http://www.nylovesjapan.com/.
Details regarding an onsite silent art auction, as well as our eBay Giving Works charity auction site will be forthcoming. Online auction items will include NYC restaurant gift certificates, spa certificates, autographed celebrity cookbooks, merchandise and more!
I hope you’ll join us in eating, drinking and raising money for this incredibly worthy cause.
Please also help us spread the word through twitter and facebook as well.
Thanks so much and hope to see you all there or in spirit!
New York Loves Japan
New York’s premier sake and restaurant community has partnered with Project by Project, to host New York Loves Japan, A Sake and Chefs’ Tasting to Benefit Relief Efforts in Japan.
Taking place on Wednesday, April 27, 2011, at La.venue in Chelsea, the benefit features 100 tastes of sake with food pairings to pay tribute to the culture and the rebuilding of communities in Japan.
more info : http://www.nylovesjapan.com/
Sake house miro will be hosting 10 YEARS ANNIVERSARY on saturday, March 19 th. Starts @ 8 pm. All you can eat sushi. All 1 dollar drinks. Dj all night. Free give away. Cover charge is 25 dollars @ door w/ID. Try to car pool or take a cab. It is gonna be hard to find your parking. Thank you. I will see you then!!
Shunji’s restaurant hold sake tasting on March 5.
Please enjoy their special selection of seven different brands of SAKE, including chef Shunji’s own brand, “ICHIGO”, among other rare and new sakes with special hors d’oeuvres.
Sake line up:
“BICHUWAJO” Junmai Ginjo from Okayama
“GENSAI” Daiginjo from Fukushima
“HARADA” Junmai Ginjo Muroka nama from Yamaguchi *limited
“ICHIGO” Junmai Ginjo from Fukushima *Shunji’s special limited
“KOIKAWA NIGORI” Junmai Ginjo from Yamagata
“SUEHIRO DENSHO YAMAHAI” Junmai from Fukushima
“TONYU NO SAKE” from Iwate
*** Information ***********
Date: Saturday, March 5th 2011 5:30pm－
Place: Shunji’s – 7015 Melrose Ave Los Angeles, 90038
The seat is limited, so please RSVP as soon as possible.
Contact: Yuko (email@example.com) 323-933-6500
For more information, please visit our facebook, “Shunji’s”.
Sakagura and Kuramoto US, Inc Present
Nurukan no Kai – Warm Sake Night
On Thursday, February 3rd, Sakagura and Kuramoto US, Inc
(http://www.kuramotous.com) will play proud host to TEN of the most distinguished breweries from Japan.
We cordially welcome you to the first sake event of this year at Sakagura!
Nuru-kan: It means a WARM sake ! Not a HOT sake. There are several terms that are used in reference to warming sake. Heated sake in general is known as O-kan, or Kanzake. Nurukan refers to gently warmed sake, whereas Atsukan is piping-hot sake. Atsukan is for the most part too hot to taste anything, so Nurukan is what we want to be drinking.
There is plenty of premium sake that is absolutely wonderful warm. In fact, many brewers make sake with flavor profiles specifically suited to warming. These ten sakes that have been carefully selected for this event. In addition, luscious finger foods will be featured for paring warm sakes.
Also, February 3rd is Setsubun no Hi in Japan. Let’s shout “Oni wa soto! Fuku wauchi!” (“Devils out, happiness in”) to drive away disease-bringing evils together!
We hope you will join us in tasting the best Nurukan to make you warm!
Sake Tasting & Appetizers: $40 per person (includes tax and tip)
“Miya no Yuki” Honjozo from Mie
“Miyosakae” Tanrei Amakuchi from Ehime
“Matsu no Hana” Junmai from Shiga
“Taiten Shirakiku” Genshu from Okayama
“Shirakiku” Nigori from Okayama
“Koikawa” Nigori from Yamagata
“Asabiraki Ume-Kanon” Plum Sake from Iwate
“Matsu no Midori” Junmai Daiginjo from Kyoto
“Sasaichi” Junmai from Yamanashi
“Suehiro” Yamahai Junmai from Fukushima
RSVP Hotline :
This event is limited to 40 guests; prompt RSVPs are highly recommended.A credit Card Number is needed to process the RSVP. (24-hour cancelation policy) Please note that
this event is buffet (stand-up) style. Tables and chairs are not available.
酒 蔵 SAKAGURA
211 EAST 43RD STREET B1F
NEW YORK, NY 10017 (bet 2nd and 3rd Avenue)
212-953-SAKE (7253) <http://www.sakagura.com>