In recent years, Sake is loved by people all over the world now that it is known as Japanese represent drink. The special features of Sake are its mellow aroma as Sake is translated into Japanese wine in English. Once you open a Sake bottle, the fragrance spread and come into your nose. Moreover, you can enjoy drinking sake warm or cool. In summer, cool Sake is good much, and warm Sake would warm your body in winter.
Main ingredients of Sake are rice and water. There are plenty places where brew Sake in Japan, but the places called Sake centers are a few like Niigata, Yamagata, Aomori prefecture which has good rice and clean water for Sake. My hometown, Akita is also famous for good Sake place as you can know from my pictures.
On August 17th, an article was introduced on a local paper. That was about Akita’s Sake will be entertained at a reception of the United Nations Headquarters, New York in September. According to the persons concerned, Sake’s participation at an event related to UN is first challenge, and it is very exceptional case. Sake producers and companies are enthusiastic about this chance to promote Akita’s Sake to the world. Enering Sake are "Junmai-Ginjo Chokaisan" from Tenju brewery, "Yamahai-Junmai-Ginjo" from Naba store, and "Junmai-Ginjo Benimansaku" from Hinomaru brewery. You can buy their Sake on the internet (possibly within Japan).
By the way, some foreign people call Sake as “Saki”, but it should be pronounced “Sake” in fact. (This was a troublesome word when I was in Canada. Everybody talked about Sake but I didn’t understand what they were talking about because they pronounced “Saki”)