Sake Splash: Nihonsakari Nama Genshu

It’s easy as 1, 2, 3! Welcome back to Sake Splash with Eda! Line ‘em up and shoot ‘em down! Today, we will be covering three types of sake overflowing with fragrance, depth, and flavor from the Nihonsakari Nama Genshu lineup. You might find yourself a favorite or two… or three. If you’re interested in […]

How to Promote Sake in a Restaurant w/ Eduardo Dingler | May. 26, 2020

Date | Tuesday, May 26th, 2020Time | 3:00 pm – 3:30 pm PST Location | Free Zoom Registration Please join us for a LIVE, virtual seminar dedicated to teaching Hospitality Professionals on how to promote Sake. About Our Guest Eduardo Dingler | Certified Sake Professional, Certified Sommelier Born in Mexico, wine brought him to the Napa […]

blue sake can wrapped in Japanese fabric

Sake Splash: Kikusui Perfect Snow

This’ll have you doing the can-can. Welcome back to Sake Splash with Eda! Have you ever wanted to make it snow any time of the year? Well, now you can with Kikusui Perfect Snow. Seriously! You may have seen Perfect Snow in its beautiful 300ml and 720ml sized bottles, but did you know it now […]

2020 JSA Sake Diploma Exam Date Announced!

The 2020 JSA Sake Diploma Exam will be held at Sake School of America in Los Angeles, and at New York Mutual Trading in Secaucus, NJ on October 19th, 2020. We will also be offering a 3-Day preparation course for this exam via Zoom on Aug. 24th-26th. Sign-ups will be available soon! Please contact info@sakeschoolofamerica.com […]

Sake Splash: Mio Sparkling Sake

Bubbly, delicate, and elegant. Who needs diamonds when a glass of Mio can make you sparkle? Welcome to the very first post of Sake Splash with Eda! During these trying times, we understand how difficult it is to focus on the positive and find the strength needed to push forward. We all need a win, […]

Building Your Career in Japanese Sake

Congratulations, you’ve decided to become a Sake Specialist! Or maybe you like drinking Japanese sake with friends and want to know more about your sake options. We help students of all backgrounds choose courses. What course pathway is right for you?     I’d like to know more about Japanese Sake because I enjoy it. […]

Kicking Off Japanese Craft Spirits Month

Surprisingly, Shochu is virtually unrecognized by the average American consumer. Mention of Shochu leaves people fumbling – or worse, misidentifying it with Korean Soju. Pick up a bottle of Shochu and you will see SOJU sometimes written on the label if it contains less than 24% alcohol. There is a lengthy explanation why but for […]