Seattle: Sake Nomi “Sake Day” Tasting menu

sakenomi.gifSaké Day” (Friday, October 1)

Event Organizer’s Description:
“Saké Day” (Friday, October 1)
Beginning Friday, and continuing throughout the weekend (while supplies last), we’ll be celebrating Saké Day with a special tasting menu featuring:

Kenbishi (Hyogo): The oldest saké brand in Japan (1505 — no, that is NOT a typo!), and featured at the first Seattle Saké Matsuri in 2009.

Sato no Homare “Pride of the Village” (Ibaraki): A delicious junmai ginjo from Japan’s oldest saké brewery (est. 1141), currently overseen by the Sudo family’s 55th generation. 869 years? They must be doing something right.

Bizen Maboroshi (Okayama): A fantastic junmai ginjo brewed with Omachi rice — the first (1866) designated sakamai (saké rice), and one of a handful of “pure” rice varieties that has not evolved as a result of cross-breeding. Omachi’s importance cannot be exaggerated, as it is present in the “family trees” of over 60% of all sakamai.

Contact Information
[email protected]
TEL: 206-467-SAKE (7253)
Saké Nomi
76 S. Washington St. (in Pioneer Square)
Seattle, WA 98104
Hours: Tues. – Sat.: 2 – 10 p.m., Sunday: Noon- 6 p.m.,
(Closed Mondays)