The Japanese Sake Bible: Everything You Need to Know About Great Sake

The Japanese Sake Bible: Everything You Need to Know About Great Sake

The Japanese Sake Bible: Everything You Need to Know About Great Sake 

The Japanese Sake Bible is a definitive book about Japan's public beverage—from its set of experiences, culture and creation strategies to how to pick the best purpose and suggested food pairings.

Creator Brian Ashcraft—the creator of the famous guide Japanese Whisky—has assembled enthusiastic editorials dependent on many meetings with ace brewers and purpose specialists across Japan. His captivating stories are joined by more than 300 full-shading photos, guides and drawings. 

A novel component of this book is that it incorporates surveys, tasting notes, scores and a purchasing guide for more than 100 of the main purpose brands, composed by regarded Japanese purpose master Takashi Eguchi. These incorporate all the sakes most usually discovered external Japan. Every purpose has a photograph of the mark, tasting takes note of, a score and suggested food pairings. Data on the main brewers is given, and the sakes are gathered by flavor profile.

Japanese purpose is fermented overall today and is prevailing upon numerous proselytes. A foreword by purpose authority and widely acclaimed DJ Richie Hawtin tends to the spread in worldwide fame and the common mission of making this claim to fame refreshment as available as could really be expected. With the assistance of this book you'll before long become a specialist in choosing, serving and making the most of Japan's #1 beverage.

About the Author
Brian Ashcraft is a senior writer for the video gaming site Kotaku and a columnist for The Japan Times. He was previously a contributing editor at Wired magazine. His work has appeared in Popular Science, the Guardian, the design journal Metropolis, and many other publications. He is the author of Japanese Whisky as well as many books on Japanese culture, including Japanese Tattoos and Japanese Schoolgirl Confidential. Originally from Texas, he has called Osaka home since 2001.

Takashi Eguchi is based in Kyoto, where he curates the popular Japanese-language Sake Concierge Report website ( in which he covers sake events across Japan, interviews brewing luminaries and contributes tasting notes. He regularly gives sake workshops and, as of 2019, has held over one hundred sake-related seminars. He holds a Sake Diploma from the Japan Sommeliers Association and lectures on sake tourism at Kyoto's Doshisha University.

World-renowned musician and DJ Richie Hawtin became a sake connoisseur after he first visited Japan in 1994. He has earned the Advanced Sake Professional Certification and was made a Sake Samurai by the Japanese Sake Brewers Association in 2014 for his efforts in promoting sake internationally. He continues to use his global influence to open up young audiences to new cultural experiences via music, concerts and sake initiatives.
I'm not good reviews, but honestly I wouldn't want to spoil this book to begin with. If you've ever had the opportunity to drink or at least try Sake; this is a must have if just to have that extra bit of knowledge about Japan's national and traditional drink. It took me a while to finally find the time (and mental peace) to finally open Brian's new book after having received it on release. I must say that I was not ready for how beautifully the book/chapters have been organized. The descriptions, the stories, the photos. It's so perfect.This is a book I will definitely pack with me on my next visit to Japan. I want to find and try ALL these Sake brands! --Edonihoon

I gave this as a gift this year to a sake lover in my family. It was not on his wish list, but I took a chance and was thrilled to find he loves it. He has already found another sake he had never tried before and brought some home. --Shannon P. 

There are quite a few good books for sake beginners that introduce concepts like how it's made, the different classifications, and the basic history. There are also very technical books that go into the chemistry and technical details of brewing and flavor.--Jimmy 

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