Experience Japanese Traditions at WJS Ginza

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Business Hours
Weekdays 10:00-18:00
Saturdays Reservation-only
Closed on Sundays

Japanese Rice Wine Tasting

Japanese liquor nihonshu is know as sake. We provide an opportunity to try different types of Japanese rice wine. In the comfort of a sumptuous Japanese atmosphere, you will surely be able to enjoy three popular brands of Japanese nihonshu.

Flow Chart

  • STEP1


    The staff will explain to you the particularities of each Japanese rice wine.

  • STEP2

    Japanese Rice Wine Tasting

    Taste the different sort of Japanese rice wine and compare their differences.

Price List

Basic Course/ 3 bottles of Japanese Rice Wine (each 180 ml)  2,400 yen per person/1 hour

Introduction to the Different Types of Japanese Rice Wines

Japan’s Three Famous Types of Nihonshu

Nihonshu also known as sake is made from fermented rice. It is not just a drink, it is a way to immerse yourself into Japanese culture, lifestyle and historical background. WJS Ginza offers tasting of three popular kinds of nihonshu.

  • Japanese Rice Wine Suigei Special Junmaishu

    Suigei Special Junmaishu is made in Kochi prefecture and the rice is polished to 55%. This pure rice sake carries Suigei`s distinct acidity and has breadth as well as sharpness.
  • Japanese Rice Wine Special Junmaishu Kiipon Urakasumi

    Junmaishu Kiipon Urakasumi is produced in Miyagi prefecture. It is made from locally harvested Sasanishiki rice, polished to 60%. Acidity is just in a great balance with taste of rice.
  • Japanese Rice Wine Daishichi Junmai Kimoto

    Daishichi Junmai Kimoto is produced in Fukushima prefecture. Polishing rate of rice is 69%. Full maturation creates a perfect alignment of rich flavors and acidity, with a fresh clean aftertaste.

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Business Hours 10:00-18:00
Closed on Sunday(Reservation-only)