Museum of Sake Journal Summer 2015 - Page 22

WHERE TO DRINK SAKE TAIPEI, TAIWAN 4 1 2 1 WASHU Small yet serious bar with a range of Japanese drinks: sake, shochu, Japanese whiskey, Japanese liquor and cocktails. The owner is Japanese and an ex-sake sommelier of Zuma, London. 3 3 No. 39, Lane 101, Section 4, Zhongxiao E Rd, Da’an District Taipei City, Taiwan 106 www.wa-shu.com Kichiriki is by the same owner of famous Japanese restaurant- Kitcho. Kichiriki combines both sake bar and sake retailer. 3+ glass sake which change every month available at sake bar, and more than 50 types of bottled sake for sale. Great for both sake beginners and experienced enthusiasts. No.28, Sec. 2, Anhe Rd., Da’an District., Taipei 106 +886 (0)2 2706 9699 www.facebook.com/kichiriki.sake Upmarket Izakaya with a large list of over 50 different sake available in 300ml-1800ml size bottles and various sake cocktails. Recommended by Tomo Inaba (owner of Washu) and Kenny Yang (owner, SyuGei Trading) No. 40, Section 2, Anhe Road, Da’an District, Taipei 106 +886 (0)2 2704 8195 www.ichi.tw KICHIRIKI 2 ICHI JAPANESE CUISINE & BAR 4 HANABI JAPANESE TAPAS BAR IZAKAYA The chef/owner is the first Taiwanese person to receive the SSI Kikisakeshi lecturer certification. He has selected more than 30 types of sake, many available by the glass,12 types of shochu, and about 5 types of sake cocktails for customers to taste. 1F., No.1-3, Ln. 20, Sec. 2, Zhongshan N. Rd., Zhongshan Dist., Taipei 104 +886 (0)2-25119358 Taipei selection recommended by Tomo Inaba (owner, Washu) and Kenny Yang (owner, SyuGei Trading) MUSEUM OF SAKE JOURNAL 22