A little sake never hurt anyone.
I have been introduced to the world of sake (naturally - we are in Japan!) & I love it.
So...It isn't surprising that I enjoy an afternoon of sake tasting in the mountains with some great friends.
(two of which are leaving next weekend = sad face)
Here are the highlights:
Welcome to your next hangover!
There were several to choose from. We ended up getting a few (or more) bottles to try. Some were super dry and some were very smooth. I settled on a fruity sake made with ume (plum).
The deal is: You go inside the tasting building, try out some of the delish sake, and get your sake cup as a souvenir. Then, head outside to purchase the bottles and drink away your sorrows while sitting next to a beautiful river and mountain landscape.
Of course - you don't want to do it alone.
& We munched on some yummy (some not-so-yummy) japanese snacks.
Opps... someone broke the chopstick!
The Hubby didn't go, but he was awesome and picked us up at the train station after!
Yet another review of something amazing to do in Japan.
[Note: All photos are courtesy of Not-Me.
Thank you to Bonnie and Chris...
they took all the pictures!
And Thank you for letting me
steal them from your facebook
to post on my blog!]