Sake is booming. Fortunately, there are many delicious sakes in the Hokuriku region, and there is much fish that go well with them.
The food culture and ingredients are so rich that most Japanese people have an image of Hokuriku as the abundant region in gastronomic culture.
Our Hokuriku region has a great selection of delicious sake and food; and if we seriously pursue sake pairing, our daily life here will be rich as well.
So, this time, Hokuroku deepened the theory of sake pairing with Noriko Ikemori, a sake maker running an inn with a popular sake bar Kura Stay Ikemori in Himi City, Toyama.
The president of a nationally famous sake brewery and the owner of a fabulous sake bar in Ishikawa will also appear.
See also: The Art of Pairing Sake with Food that Sake Masters Think about (Second Part)
For those who love the sake and delicious Japanese food, please read both parts to the end.
First Editor-in-chief, Hokuroku