Sake set is a must to enjoy your Japanese sake 100%!
Interested in drinking Japanese sake? Did you know that the taste of sake changes with the type of container and the cup you use? Here are some simple lists of all unique kinds of Japanese sake set you can try next time you enjoy Japanese sake!
Sake set: How it works and its characteristics
The difference with the Guinomi (posted below) is the size. Generally, ochoko is little smaller than guinomi.
As the brim is wider than ochoko, you can enjoy the smell of the Japanese sake better than ochoko.
Traditionally, drinking sake by using sakazuki means bonding a relationship, such as marriage and brothership.
Masu is used in festivals and ceremonies. At the new year, we celebrate the coming new year by breaking the lid of the sake barrel and sharing the sake.
When you heat your sake in order to serve in Atsukan or Nurukan, first pour the sake into tokkuri and heat them in a pan full of hot water.
Generally, katakuchi contains more sake than tokkuri. If you are to enjoy your favourite Japanese sake with your friends, katakuchi will be a better choice.
The thin brim also changes the taste of Japanese sake.
Check out the differences between Japanese sake!
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