JAPAN Tradition to the WORLD

We import selected premium sake and play a role as a Japanese sake ambassador in Vancouver, Canada.

We believe that our sake is unique, popular and high quality, and these sake can be provided for any of you who are willing to enjoy sips of Japanese tradition in Canada where is far from the original country, Japan. We are very happy to introduce our selected sake breweries; CHOYA (Osaka) , DEWAZAKURA (Yamagata), and SAITO (Kyoto).

Our premium sake is available at BC liquor stores, private liquor stores, or Restaurants in Greater Vancouver, BC. Please contact us more details.

Latest News

● New shipment Arrived (2017 Jun)
The shipment has arrived from Japan. All our products are available to order now.
Please contact us if yo have any questions.

● New SAKE products Arrived
We are so excited to announce our new SAKE selections from Dewazakura Sake Brewery (Yamagata).

ICHIGIN from Saito shuzo won the Gold Medal at International Wine Challenge 2017.

Ichigin Gold Medal



CHOYA is the best known for its UMESHU which is a Japanese plum liqueur made from ume fruit in alcohol.

This sweet temptation can be seen everywhere in Japan, and became one of the most popular fruit based liqueur in all over the world.


Ichiro Dewazakura

The DEWAZAKURA Sake Brewery was established in 1892. It is located on the northern part of Japan, Tohoku region, Yamagata Prefecture. Dewazakura has been brewing sake using the advanced traditional skills of their experienced brewery workers. They have been committed to process and quality for the brewery.

ICHIRO and DEWANO SATO have won the title of Champion Sake with the International Wine Challenge (IWC).


kotosennen Junmai Daiginjo Saito

This old family owned brewery, SAITO SHUZO, has been running for more than 110 years in Fushimi, Kyoto, where is well known for its some of the purest underground spring water.

The most famous products from Saito shizo called ICHIGIN won the Gold Prize at the annual Sake Exhibition for 14 consecutive years.
ICHIGIN also won the Gold Medal at the 2017 International Wine Challenge (IWC) in London.