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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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from Steamy Kitchen Recipes

All About Japanese Sake

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Japanese ‪‎Sake‬ - ‪‎KOI‬ ‪‎Packaging‬ designed by BULLET Inc. - http://www.packagingoftheworld.com/2015/11/japanese-sake-koi.html
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Japanese Sake - KOI

Japanese ‪‎Sake‬ - ‪‎KOI‬ ‪‎Packaging‬ designed by BULLET Inc. - http://www.packagingoftheworld.com/2015/11/japanese-sake-koi.html

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saké is an alcoholic beverage of Japanese origin that is made from fermented rice. Sake is sometimes called "rice wine" but the brewing process is more akin to beer, converting starch to sugar for the fermentation process.

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Ginjo-shu is a type of sake that is well-known for its pleasant smell. With its full, rich flavor, it is most often enjoyed hot. This infographic from a Japanese steakhouse in San Jose has more information about sake.

Ginjo-shu is a type of sake that is well-known for its pleasant smell. With its full, rich flavor, it is most often enjoyed hot. This infographic from a Japanese steakhouse in San Jose has more information about sake.

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from Just One Cookbook

Nikuman (Steamed Pork Buns)

Nikuman (Steamed Pork Buns) | Easy Japanese Recipes at JustOneCookbook.com @justonecookbook

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