BLACK FRIDAY MEGA SALES 2021


Until Nov 30th 2021, enjoy our sakes at a discounted price!
We will provide you selected sake sets at 50% OFF and no shipping fee charges.
As a gift for a special person or a treat for yourself,
it’s time for you to try our best products from Japan.

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SWEET SAKE SET

 →149.99$

This set is the perfect gift for sake lovers, easy to drink and wrapped in a fancy wooden box. Your closed ones will love it! …Read more »

SPICY-SAKE-SET

SPICY SAKE SET

 →139.99$

If you love dry sake, this set is perfect for you! They will match perfectly your sashimi, sushi and other seafood meals! …Read more »

royal-sake-set

ROYAL SAKE SET

→ 139.99$

If you love sweet sake with a refreshing feeling, this set of sake is perfect for your Christmas and New Year holidays with your …Read more »

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SMOOTH SAKE SET

→ 99.99$

This is the kind of sake that is rare to find, even in Japan, the blue bottle sake is using yeast that grew in the ISS! …Read more »

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