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Hi Everyone,

My name is Mei and I've been at True Sake since 2013. I was interested in sake after I moved to San Francisco. Who knew the sake world was so fun and interesting? Everyone you meet and talk to in the sake industry, is just so welcoming and is open to teaching you more about the sake world. I really wanted to know more and become involved in the industry. And here I am!



Kenbishi Honjozo - My go-to for a hot sake. THE BEST hot sake in my opinion. Also tasty on the rocks or even chilled. Try it!! I love love love this sake! Don't be surprised if I recommend it to you at the store. There's good reason!

Chokaisan Junmai Daiginjo - This was THE sake that turned me on to sake. Fruity but not sweet, aromatic, crisp, clean. Super easy drinking.

Stella - One of our newer additions to the store. For sure a must try! So much complexity, and flavors going on, it's incredible.

Choryo Yoshinosugi Omachi Yamahai Junmai Taru - Choryo makes one of the best Taruzake available to the US. They use a specific area of the cedar tree to achieve the ideal flavor. Not to mention this sake uses Omachi rice, and is a Yamahai Junmai style. Any sake geek's interest would peek if they saw that on a menu. I recommend this sake chilled or heated.

Kikuhime Daiginjo Genshu "Chrysanthemum Princess" - I absolutely love this sake! Kikuhime never releases any fresh sake, and all their bottles are aged. A lot of people ask me what is a super special sake to pair with a steak dinner or rich foods. THIS ONE! That's not all, this sake taste even better after opened for a couple of weeks.

  • Kenbishi Kuromatsu Honjozo "Black Pine"

    Kenbishi Kuromatsu Honjozo "Black Pine"

    from $11.00

    The nose on this extremely famous Honjozo from the brewery that calls itself “The Oldest Brand Since 1505” is a dynamic collection of steamed rice,...

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  • Chokaisan Junmai Daiginjo "Chokai Mountain"

    Chokaisan Junmai Daiginjo "Chokai Mountain"

    Junmai Daiginjo

    The nose on this sake made with Miyaminishiki brewing rice and flower yeast is very floral with hints of gardenia, grape, blueberry, and pear. Roun...

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  • Stella Junmai Daiginjo Shizuku Muroka Genshu

    Stella Junmai Daiginjo Shizuku Muroka Genshu

    Junmai Daiginjo Shizuku Muroka Genshu

    The nose on this “Drip” or Shizuku sake is a gentle collection of steamed rice, pear, and citrus aromas. Talk about a fun sake! This brew is round,...

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  • Choryo Yoshinosugi Omachi Taru Yamahai Junmai "Cedar Country"

    Choryo Yoshinosugi Omachi Taru Yamahai Junmai "Cedar Country"

    Taru Yamahai Junmai

    The nose on this very elegant cedar sake is filled with cedar, vanilla, mineral, and roasted rice aromas. Wow! Talk about a cedar sake that doesn’t...

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  • Kikuhime Daiginjo Genshu "Chrysanthemum Princess"

    Kikuhime Daiginjo Genshu "Chrysanthemum Princess"

    Daiginjo Genshu

    Some sakes are built well and some are built like this amazing Daiginjo. With a gentle collection of cherry, sweet rice, melon, lavender, and powde...

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  • Chokaisan Muroka Nama Genshu "Chokai Mountain"

    Chokaisan Muroka Nama Genshu "Chokai Mountain"

    Junmai Daiginjo

    The nose on this first time in US unpasteurized brew is a bright collection of grape, blueberry, mango, pear, peach, and bubblegum aromas. Who said...

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