TOKI SAKE refers to both old and new alcoholic beverages

The dynamic youthfulness of sake is appealing but sake that has matured and mellowed adds depth and tenderness to mildly radiate a rich aroma with a long-lasting aftertaste and a profoundly unique charm.

Like wine and whisky, Japanese sake is steeped in a long tradition of reverence for aged, well-cured sake. Many documents before and of the Edo era chronicle a history where sake clearly played a valuable role in defining the Japanese culture of alcoholic beverages through refinements over time.

Rediscover the traditions forged from the rice, water, and people of each region and its four seasons and natural features, as well as the value of toki (time), a vital element in the rich, timeless culture of Japanese sake.