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Sake On Air
Sake On Air
A bi-weekly podcast exploring the stories of sake. Brought to you by experts on the front lines of the industry in Japan.
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Ratings & Reviews
4.8 stars from 38 ratings
Sake on Air
Enjoyable listening but also very informative on Japanese drinks and the industry. Manages to be engaging both for people beginning to take an interest or who have knowledge and want a deeper understanding.
Kiminoi via Apple Podcasts · Japan · 05/06/20
Informative & entertaining
Great mix of educational and laid-back, always something new I can learn as I explore sake & sochu
Tokyo Faze via Apple Podcasts · Japan · 01/24/20
Fantastic!
Last night I was overtaken by a curiosity of how sake was produced. I searched for podcasts on a whim. This podcast was everything I was hoping it would be.
Rasputin's girth via Apple Podcasts · Canada · 09/29/19
Recent Episodes
Although we’re all still grounded here in Japan, this week we’re getting off the island for a visit to the great Pacific Northwest to chat with Andrew Neyens, the one-man-band behind Seattle’s Tahoma Fuji Sake.Between stints at some of Toyama’s most exciting and inspiring breweries, including...
Published 06/19/20
With LINK, Pernod Ricard made their first foray into the world of sake. Bringing together the craftmanship and nuance of Chivas Regal with the pioneering spirit of Toyama’s Masuda Shuzo – makers of Masuizumi - the company in charge of many of the world’s most iconic labels in spirits set out to...
Published 05/31/20
Here it is! The final installment of our “Know Your Hosts” series, introducing our listeners to the minds and motivations behind Sake on Air.For the first half of this week’s show, we have Rebekah Wilson-Lye in the hot seat. Currently the head of international marketing and public relations for...
Published 05/14/20
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