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Tokubetsu Sake is crafted with meticulous attention to detail, using specific production methods or specially selected ingredients. This designation allows brewers to showcase their expertise and creativity, resulting in a sake that stands out for its distinct flavors, aromas, and overall profile.

Tentaka “Hawk in the Heavens” - $40

Tokubetsu Junmai 300 ML

Suigei “Drunken Whale”   - $80

Tokubetsu Junmai 720 ml

Tensei “Endless Summer” - $100

Tokubetsu Honjozo 720 ml


Junmai is premium sake that is made only from rice, water, and koji enzymes.  Junmai sakes are often rustic and full bodied, with pronounced umami.

Honjozo has a small amount of distilled alcohol added to help extract flavor and aroma. It is characteristically light, mildly fragrant, and easy to drink.

Sparkling Sake usually has a lower alcohol content than typical sake with ranges from 5%-12%. And best of all Sparkling Sake works well in Champagne flutes to capture the bubble play, and pairs well with Champagne fare.

Soto One Cup - $15

Junmai 180ml

Kikusui Funaguchi Nama Genshu - $18

Honjozo Nama Genshu - 180ml

Gekkeikan Zipang - $25

Sparkling Sake 250ml

Junmai Ginjo

The Junmai Ginjo category of sake are mandated to have a rice polishing standard of 40% removal and 60% remaining. This segment of sake are made using only the simplest ingredients of rice, water, mold, and yeast. Remember the word Junmai means “rice and water only”, so Junmai Ginjo translates to rice and water milled to 60%. Junmai Ginjo is a great collection of brews that can be fruity and fresh to ricey and dry. This category is perfect for the sushi counter  - clean and balanced cuisines – and easy sipping. Best served chilled.

Ryo - $40

Junmai Ginjo 180ml

Fukucho “Moon on the Water” - $45

Junmai Ginjo 300ml

Hakutsuru Superior - $60

Junmai Ginjo 720ml

Kanbara “Bride of the Fox” - $100

Junmai Ginjo 720ml

Junmai Daiginjo

The Junmai Daiginjo category has the highest standards of milling rates in the sake market with a minimum of 50% rice polishing and 50% remaining. These Ultra and Uber Junmai Daiginjo all drink with an elegance and sophistication of flavors and complexities. The entire category is exceptional for consuming on special occasions and gifting. Junmai Daiginjo sakes are fantastic on their own and great with Champagne fare and elegant appetizers. They are always served chilled.  

Konteki “Pearls of Simplicity” - $55

Junmai Daiginjo 300ml

Soto Super Premium - $65

Junmai Daiginjo 300ml

Takatenjin “Soul of the Sensei” - $110

Junmai Daiginjo 720ml

Koshu (Aged Sake)

Koshu means aged Sake. Sake that has been carefully aged by the brewer and released at a later date. During the ageing process (much like wine) there are a number of changes in the Sake namely colour, aroma and taste changes. The fresh fruit characters of young Sake give way to more robust, spicy and savoury elements more familiar to beverages like sherry or madeira.

Mantensei “Star-Filled Sky” - $45

  • 3 Year Junmai Ginjo 300ml

Yuho “Rhythm of the Centuries - $100

  • 4 Year Kimoto Junmai 720ml

  • 4 oz Glass $16

Kanbara “Infinite Treasure” - $275

  • 10 Year Yamahai Junmai 720ml

  • 4 oz Glass $40


This popular category of sake represents the famous “cloudy”,  “milky”, or “foggy” sake that has rice particles left in the brew and are not totally filtered out. Many Americans refer to “Nigori” sake as “Unfiltered” sake, but this is a misnomer as all sake is filtered to a degree. As for food pairings,  Nigori sake goes well with spicy cuisines, fruit plates, cheese plates, and of course deserts.

Hakushika “Snow Beauty” - $30

Junmai Nigori 300ml

Tozai “Snow Maiden” - $55

Junmai Nigori 720ml

Daimon “Road to Osaka” - $65

Tokubetsu Nigori 720ml​

Flavored Sake/House Sake

Ikezo Sake Jelly Shot - $13

Yuzu or Mixed Berry 180ml

Hot House Sake - $9

Gekkeikan - 10 oz Carafe

Cold House Sake - $10

  • Gekkeikan - 10 oz Carafe

  • Strawberry, Lychee, Rose, Peach, Dragonfruit, Mango

Plum Wine/Sake

Kikoman Plumwine - $35

  • Plumwine 750ml

  • 5 oz glass $9

Tozai “Blossom of Peace” - $55

Plum Sake 720ml

Sake Flights

The Sake Experience - $25

  • 1.5 oz Each Tensei Endless Summer, Kanbara Bride of the Fox, Takatenjin Soul of the Sensei, and Daimon Road to Osaka

  • Allows a taste of every major sake type

Koshu Flight - $55

  • 1.5 oz Each of Mantensei Star-Filled Sky, Yuho Rhythm of the Centuries, and Kanbara Infinite Treasure

  • Allows a taste of our premium Koshu aged sakes

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