5 episodes

SAKE ON AIR is an exploration into the stories, people, lifestyle, and what’s really happening in the world of SAKE and SHOCHU. The show is brought to you by a team of experts based here in the Sake Homeland of Japan, working and thriving on the front lines of the industry. Together with local and international guests from a range of fields, both sake-specific and sake-curious, each week we’ll be going beyond just, “What is sake?” and instead, exploring the excitement, challenges, depth, and possibilities in, what we think, is arguably the world’s most fascinating and enjoyable pair of beverages.

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    • Society & Culture
    • 4.8, 14 Ratings

SAKE ON AIR is an exploration into the stories, people, lifestyle, and what’s really happening in the world of SAKE and SHOCHU. The show is brought to you by a team of experts based here in the Sake Homeland of Japan, working and thriving on the front lines of the industry. Together with local and international guests from a range of fields, both sake-specific and sake-curious, each week we’ll be going beyond just, “What is sake?” and instead, exploring the excitement, challenges, depth, and possibilities in, what we think, is arguably the world’s most fascinating and enjoyable pair of beverages.

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
14 Ratings

14 Ratings

Domenic Alonge ,

Invaluable asset

For people around the world who do not live in Japan, and do not speak Japanese, but really love Sake, this podcast is invaluable. The multiple hosts are deeply involved in the Sake industry in Japan and offer insights that can’t be found anywhere else. There passion for the best beverage in the world is evident. Please please please keep making more episodes. Thank you hosts and thank you to the JSS for supporting this awesome podcast.

AaronG ,

Content is amazing

Really great insight into the industry and culture surrounding sake and a little bit beyond. Audio could use a little help... but still worth listening too.

Chuenwinglam ,

Seems like good show

Seems like a good show, but the audio is quite horrible.

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