HOW TO ENJOY
WHERE TO ENJOY
Steamed buns, pickled food, and cosmetics.
There are many ways to enjoy sake!
Saka Manju, Sake flavored steamed buns
Sake flavored steamed buns, Saka Manju, are a very popular treat. They are made using a small amount of sake lee, red bean paste, and flour. When you go to Japan next time, don't forget to enjoy it!
Sake Lee (Or Sake Kasu)
Many sake brewery shops sell their own sake lee.
Daiginjo Sake lee has a fantastic flavor. Sake-nomi (sake lovers) love to have it toasted.
It is also used in various ways in cooking.
Sake lee makes beautifully flavored sweet pickles with melon, watermelon, and radish. It really goes
well with rice.
Sake contains amino acids for skin regeneration. It beautifies your skin. Some sake breweries produce skin-care cosmetics for women and men.