Missing out on travel?

Here's one way you can "travel" to Japan with us!

Take a virtual tour with our representative from Hokkaido, Shizuoka and Ishikawa, as they bring you along each famous location and interesting activities to do in their prefecture!


Have a taste of Japan with the different sakes

from each prefecture!

With 3 different sake to taste and 3 different prefecture to travel to!

Kitanonishiki Jyunmai Daiginjyo

北の錦 純米大吟醸 暖簾ラベル

Kura Master 2020 - Platinum award

Taste: Clean, Light and Slightly Sweet

Alcohol level: 15%
Acidity: 1.8
Rice Polishing Rate: 45%

Raw Rice: Suisei

From Snow Country Hokkaido


SMV +0



Won Platinum award in “KURA MASTER 2020” held in France and was selected as the TOP 18 for SAKE and Junmai Daiginjo category for TOP 5!


This tastes clean, light and slightly sweet premium sake with a hint of pear aroma.


Best paired with:

White fish sashimi, Carpaccio, Tempura and etc...


Hananomai Jyunmai Ginjyo

花の舞 純米吟醸

Taste: Fruity like Banana and Creamy
Alcohol level: 16.5%
Acidity: 1.3
Rice Polishing Rate: 55%

Raw Rice: Yamada Nishiki

From Home of Mt. Fuji Shizuoka


SMV +3~+4



Fruity taste reminiscent of bananas and creamy taste of rice infused. Leaving a clear umami aftertaste.

Compared to the usual sweet and fruity Ginjo sake, Yamada Nishiki Junmai Ginjo has a clear subtle taste of rice and is easy to match with multiple dishes.


Best paired with:

Goes well with Japanese cuisine and cuisine using coconut. Such as fermented food Saikyo-yaki (using white miso) and Kasuzuke, it helps to bring out the richer flavours of both dishes.


Nichiei Kinsai Jyunmai with Kaga Gold Leaf

日榮 加賀金箔入り 金彩 純米酒

Taste: Dry and Refreshing
Alcohol level: 14%
Acidity: 1.2
Rice Polishing Rate: 70%
Raw Rice: Ishikawa

From the Golden City



SMV +5



Ishikawa’s traditional dry sake is known for it’s refreshing aftertaste. Enjoy a refined taste of rice with Kanazawa’s edible gold leaves.

A luxury sake deems worthy of the name “kinsai” - colourful and refreshing drink.

Kinsai is a pure rice dry sake that uses 100% cultivated rice that has been contracted directly with our producer in Ishikawa prefecture, supporting our local farmers with a premium celebratory drink.


Best paired with:

Sushi, sashimi, and other light food that has a clean aftertaste.


Sake trivia 1 - Seimaibuai 精米歩合

Do you know this terms refers to the amount of rice that is remaining after the polishing process, in relation to its original weight. Therefore - if 40% of the rice is removed, the “Rice Polishing Rate” will be: 60%

Tasting Set (3 cups)

If you can't make up your mind on which sake to try you can order our tasting set!

Try all 3 different sake and tell us which is your favourite one!


Sake trivia 2 - This cup

Do you know this cup - is usually used in professional sake tasting; for assessing the clarity of a sake. The borders between the white and blue rings allow for a better observation of the tint or residue (if any). Also referred to as the janome: in Kanji it would be written as 蛇の目 (Eye of the Snake)

Participating Stores

Check out all 9 participating stores in this campaign

Fish Mart Sakuraya West Coast Plaza

+65 6773 6973

154 West Coast Road, #B1-50, West Coast Plaza, Singapore 127371


+65 6443 8827

100 Tras St, #03-14, Singapore 079027

Fish Mart Sakuraya Anchorpoint

+65 6474 2495

370 Alexandra Road, #01-32 Anchorpoint, Singapore 159953

Ramen Hitoyoshi Mapletree Business City

+65 6250 8518

40 Pasir Panjang Rd, #02-38, Singapore 117440

Teppan works

+65 6909 9469

42 Tras St, Singapore 078981

Yoshi Sushi

+65 6250 8518

1 Maritime Square HarbourFront Centre, #01-76A, Singapore 099253


Starting from 

18 Jan 2021

Tell us your favourite and stand a chance to win a bottle of sake!

How can you join the survey?

 Go to any of our participating stores

2  Order the Tasting Set or any sake

3  Answer the survey (~1 min) via the QR

       code in the stores

 Winners will be announced and

       contacted directly


Sake trivia 3

Do you know a Master Sake Brewer is referred to as Toji in Japanese.  This term is commonly used for someone who is responsible for overseeing the entire brewing process and quality of sake. 

Learn more about us

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