Sake Network

Connecting smaller Japanese brewers
with sake lovers from all around the world to share
real sake and a little happiness.

Sharing Sake with the World

Sharing Sake with the World

The intricate beauty of sake

The intricate beauty of sake

There are various types of sake, and each bottle has its own unique features and alluring characteristics.

While sake does an amazing job of complementing and enhancing the flavor of paired dishes, it can sometimes even outshine the dish to become the star of the show on its own.

Sake is so versatile, that there is a perfect match for every season. You can enjoy sake that reflects the essence and feeling of summer. Especially during the cold winter months, the mild taste of sake can warm you up inside.

Of course sake is delicious when drinking from a small ochoco, but it is such an interesting and intricate drink, that when consuming sake from a glass, the heat transmitted from your hand can change the smell and even the taste of sake. Additionally, even the rim of the glass can alter the palate.

Find your favorite one

Even a single type of sake has a variety of fragrances, acidity, and rice flavor.

The intricate beauty of sake

Sake Network is partnered with 60 breweries, and has acquired over 200 different kinds of sake in stock. We sell sake in assorted sets so you can sample different brands to find which is most compatible with your palate, and also sell single flavor sets in groups of 3, 6, and 12 bottles once you find the right sake for you.Give each type of sake an objective taste, discover the depth of sake and learn which type resonates most with your tastes.

We strive to introduce sake as a new culinary passion in your life.

Preserving heritage breweries

Preserving heritage breweries

Sake Network seeks to not only preserve but enrich sake culture by supporting the declining number of small breweries who are an indispensable part of what makes Japanese Sake a national treasure.

Due to the characteristics of rice, which is the core ingredient of sake, sake is brewed by a special and complicated technique called "parallel multiple fermentation." This is a technique that takes much time and effort, and gives sake its delicate and multi-faceted nature.

Unfortunately, as the domestic demand for sake decrease, smaller breweries are dwindling in number as larger breweriers are more easily able to expand their sales reach.

It is the goal of Sake Network to be the bridge that helps smaller breweries connect with the expanding customer base.

Love is an understatement when it comes to how I feel about sake.

I've tried many types of alcohol, but was drawn to sake because it fits my personal taste. This discovery led me to develop Sake Network, in hopes to share the rich history and beauty of sake all around the world. In my travels to many breweries in Japan, I gained a deep appreciation for the craftsmen's dedication to creating such a quality product.

Though strong on its own, sake works wonderfully as a complement to many dishes. To me, sake's biggest appeal its ability to harmonize so well when being paired with different foods.

I love sake so much, that I studied it as an art and received certification as a sake sommelier. In many ways, I care for Sake Network the same way I care for my children. In fact, the Sake Network site launched at nearly the same time as the birth of my child. Like raising a child, It is a difficult and time-consuming project, but it is very rewarding to share what you love.

I will continue to spread the love of sake until it reaches the worldwide popularity of wine.

I've been told that I am very "earnest" and passionate when it comes to what I love. But other than talking about sake, what gives me the greatest joy is spending time with my children and watching baseball. I'm happiest when I am drinking sake and watching my favorite baseball team, the Softbank Hawks, with my children.

Store Manager Yoshifumi FUJIWARA
Sake Network

Yoshifumi FUJIWARA

  • Store Manager
  • Sake Sommelier
What is my favorite?

What is my favorite?

Personally, I like Junmai-shu (Junmai Sake) because of its subtlety. It pairs well with any meal and is light enough to drink throughout dinner.

Also, because I am from Okayama Prefecture, drinking sake made from my hometown's Omachi rice makes me feel close to home. My favorite one is Sakuramuromachi Gold Omachimainosato because it uses Omachi rice and high quality Junmai-shu.

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