As other reviews indicate, Yoramu is definitely direct in his views on Saki but he knows what he is talking about. I ended up searching for a Sake bar where I could learn more about this unique Japanese adult beverage after a visit to the Sake museum in Kyoto, which explains Sake making but not much about Sake itself. I went with two friends and we shared a series of flights (which I think was about 1200 yen for three tastings). We got to experience young sake, as well as a flight of aged sake and then sake made with wild yeast. I found the experience charming and the location was easy to find (though as with many places in Japan, one can walk by it by mistake but it is there, trust me). I would happily go back next time I'm in Kyoto.
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