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The best of Japanese SAKE!

Kyoto city is situated within a basin and surrounded on all sides by mountains so it is blessed with delicious water. Especially in the Fushimi area, it is famous for Japanese sake since the early times.
Sake made from rice has a peculiar aroma and is said to be good for the skin. If you are having Kyo-ryori, Japanese sake is definitely worth a taste. You can experience the best of sake and Kyoto cuisine as the Japanese have continued to love for centuries.

An introduction of Kyo-ryori dishes that go well with Japanese sake.
Karasumi (Smoked mullet eggs)
Konowata (Salted sea cucumber intestine)
Konoko (Salted sea cucumber ovaries)
Uruka (Salted organs of bream)