Some improbable accessories around Sake, aprons and other goodies (even wacky), here's exactly what we offer you to discover in this section. With regular additions, please take a look from time to time.
<p>Maekake is the traditional apron of the sake brewers, and each brewery has his own. Always blue in color, this tradition is five times secular. Here is the one from Tatsuma Honke brewery in the locality of Hyogo. <br /><br /><span style="color: #9b9b9b;">The elegant Maekake of the Tastuma Honke brewery.</span></p>
<p>Maekake is the traditional apron of the sake brewer, and each brewery has its own. Always blue in color, it is a five century tradition. Here is the one of Asahara Shuzo brewery, in the locality of Saïtama.<br /><br /><strong>The classic Maekake Asahara Shuzo sake brewery.</strong></p>
<p>In a simple but rigorous language, this book, fruit of 5 years of research, methodically lifts the veil on the transformation of rice in sake. It is dedicete to everyone, sommeliers and wine lovers, who wants to understand sake, ingredients and production methods.</p>
<p style="text-align: justify;">In a simple but rigorous language, this book, fruit of 5 years of research, methodically lifts the veil on the transformation of rice into sake. It is for everyone who wants to understand sake, its ingredients and its production methods, from the layman to the oenologist to the sommelier and the wine and spirits lover.</p>
<p>Nicolas Baumert is a geographer and offers to read his thesis. A very interesting look at the sake of course because it addresses the technical aspect, but especially the cultural and historical aspect of this drink that mark and organizes an entire territory. Edition Presses Universitaires de France 2011 - 300 pages (in French).</p>