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Vol. 1 Issue 3: From the Editor

A recent social media post by a sake brewer who travels the world proactively promoting his product described a couple of sake events in London at which he appeared. He then, after the modern literary equivalent of a pregnant pause, stated confidently, “The pace at which sake is growing in popularity is accelerating appreciably.” While the original Japanese conveyed much more passion, without a doubt, the pace is accelerating appreciably. How is this pace measured? Let me count the ways. Exports of sake have been…

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Flash Report: Suisen

Everyone is familiar with the destruction that the tsunami of March 11th, 2011 caused along the northeastern coast of Japan. Rikuzentakata was one of the harder hit cities, with most of the urban infrastructure completely washed away.

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