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October 1st is SAKE DAY

Japan Sake and Shochu Makers Association (JSS) has set October 1st as “Sake Day” in 1978 with the wish to impart the identity of sake, the national beverage of Japan, to future generations and to deepen the love and understanding for it.

In Japan, the Chinese Zodiac of 12 animals, was originally used to represent the months of the year. The 10th, the “rooster”, is represented with the character 「酉」 and is read as “tori (bird)”. However, it was originally the symbol representing the shape of a jar, meaning “sake or liquor.”

October is when the new rice is harvested and when the sake making begins. Therefore, October 1st was said to be the New Year’s Day of sake brewing.

JSS is hosting “Kampai with Sake Week” from September 26th to October 4th, to connect all the Sake lovers across Japan and around the world

 

Deja Vu Sake

Kampai with Yukino,

Live Sake Tasting Event

To celebrate Sake Day, Deja vu Sake Co. will host a Facebook Live tasting Event on October 1st, with our director, Yukino Ochiai.

Date: Thursday, October 1st 2020

Time: 4:30-5:00 (AEST)

Place: Live stream on Deja vu Sake Co. Facebook page

The event is free, but if you register prior to the event, you will have a chance to win a bottle of Sake (Terms & Conditions apply).

REGISTER HERE

 

Sake on Tasting for Kampai with Yukino

Deja Vu Sake

“Kampai with Sake”

– With the Hope of Uniting People

“Kampai!” means “Cheers!” in Japanese.

Originally, sake was considered to be a sacred offering to the Gods. 

Kampai ceremony has the hope that people will unite. We hope that “Kampai with Sake” will reaffirm Japanese cultural background to unite, pray, and give gratitudes in this “new lifestyle of 2020” even if we are far away each other.

COVID-19 crisis has dealt a huge blow to sake breweries, restaurants, liquor stores, and others all over the world.

Through “Kampai with Sake Week,” we are hoping that not only sake lovers but also those who don’t usually drink sake to join us to celebrate sake, and hopefully unite by toasting together.

Kampai with Yukino on World Sake Day!

October 1st is SAKE DAY

Japan Sake and Shochu Makers Association (JSS) has set October 1st as “Sake Day” in 1978 with the wish to impart the identity of sake, the national beverage of Japan, to future generations and to deepen the love and understanding for it.

In Japan, the Chinese Zodiac of 12 animals, was originally used to represent the months of the year. The 10th, the “rooster”, is represented with the character 「酉」 and is read as “tori (bird)”. However, it was originally the symbol representing the shape of a jar, meaning “sake or liquor.”

October is when the new rice is harvested and when the sake making begins. Therefore, October 1st was said to be the New Year’s Day of sake brewing.

JSS is hosting “Kampai with Sake Week” from September 26th to October 4th, to connect all the Sake lovers across Japan and around the world

Kampai with Yukino,

Live Sake Tasting Event

To celebrate Sake Day, Deja vu Sake Co. will host a Facebook Live tasting Event on October 1st, with our director, Yukino Ochiai.

Date: Thursday, October 1st 2020

Time: 4:30-5:00 (AEST)

Place: Live stream on Deja vu Sake Co. Facebook page

The event is free, but if you register prior to the event, you will have a chance to win a bottle of Sake (Terms & Conditions apply).

REGISTER HERE

Deja Vu Sake

Sake on Tasting for Kampai with Yukino

“Kampai with Sake”

– With the Hope of Uniting People

“Kampai!” means “Cheers!” in Japanese.

Originally, sake was considered to be a sacred offering to the Gods. 

Kampai ceremony has the hope that people will unite. We hope that “Kampai with Sake” will reaffirm Japanese cultural background to unite, pray, and give gratitudes in this “new lifestyle of 2020” even if we are far away each other.

COVID-19 crisis has dealt a huge blow to sake breweries, restaurants, liquor stores, and others all over the world.

Through “Kampai with Sake Week,” we are hoping that not only sake lovers but also those who don’t usually drink sake to join us to celebrate sake, and hopefully unite by toasting together.

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