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BOOKS

* These books are available to browse or purchase at True Sake.

"Sake - A Modern Guide" by Beau Timken*

"The Sake Handbook" by John Gauntner*

"The Book of Sake by Phillip Harper*

"Sake - A Drinker's Guide" by Hiroshi Kondo



SAKE BREWERIES WITH ENGLISH WEBSITES

Asabiraki (Umekanon)
Iwate

Asahi (Dassai Migaki Niwari Sanbu, Dassai 50)
Yamaguchi

Bishonen
Kumamoto

Daimon (Mukune)
Osaka

Daishichi (Houreki, Minowamon)
Fukushima

Dewazakura (Dewasansan, Oka)
Yamagata

Hakkaisan
Niigata

Harushika (Tokimeki)
Nara

Heiwa (Manyou No Koubai)
Wakayama

Igarashi (Tenranzan Koten 1997)
Saitama

Kaetsu (Kanbara, Kirin Koshi No Takumi)
Niigata

Kato Kichibei Shoten (Bon, Bon Muroka Nama Genshu)
Fukui

Kayashima (Nishinoseki)
Oita

Kikuichi (Hitachino Nest Beer, Kikusakari)
Ibaragi

Kikumasamune
Hyogo

Kikusui
Niigata

Kizakura
Kyoto

Komachi (Nagaragawa)
Gifu

Marumoto (Chikurin Karoyaka, Hou Hou Shu)
Okayama

Minogawa (Koshino-Omachi)
Niigata

Miyasaka (Masumi)
Nagano

Momokawa (Murai Family)
Aomori

Nabedana (Jinyu Torori Sake)
Chiba

Okunomatsu
Fukushima

Otokoyama
Hokkaido

Saiya Shuzoten (Yuki No Bosha)
Akita

Sudo Honke (Kakunko, Sudo Honke Yuki No Mai, Sato No Homare)
Ibaragi

Takara (Shirakabe Gura, Sho-Chiku-Bai Kinpaku)
Kyoto

Tamanohikari
Kyoto

Tasuuma-Honke (Kuromatsu Hakushika)
Hyogo

Umenishiki
Ehime



SAKE WEBSITES

www.sake-world.com

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