Saturday, September 22, 2007


I've opened a sake tonight. Hanagaki hiyaoroshi brewed by Nambu Sake Brewery(Japanese site). Hiyaoroshi means that the brewed sake in early spring, and Brewery keeps the sake in cold place while summer. and the beginning of autumn, the sake is bottled and released. It'said that it tastes more tasty than usual. Actually, This sake is tasty. It has rich rice and pure water taste and smells fruity. I've paired wine with some Japanese popular foods, Hiyayakko(a way of eating Tofu), boiled vegetables and thicken fillet with Sumiso-ae(which means a Japanese traditional popular sauce mixed by miso and rice vinegar basically), and grilled fish(Kamasu). It was nice paring.

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