Sugidama the Cider Ball at Sake brewery

Do you like Sake?
If you say YES! and are a Sake Lovers,check this green Cider Ball.
It’s Sugidama and a signal that fresh production is on its way.
Sake makers would hang up a fresh green Sugidama in November or December,
right after they pressed sake made from the new rice harvest.
Customers knew that a few months later, when the Sugidama turned completely brown,the sake was ready to drink.
There are certainly a great number of symbols in the sake world.
It’s so deep.
Shall we go under a blue-dyed curtain hanging in front of a Sake shop and get a good one.

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