An alcoholic beverage brewed using water, rice, and koji mold as its main ingredients.
Nomi (pronounced “noh-mee”):
Japanese word meaning “only.” When paired with the word saké, it is also slang for, to put it politely, “one who likes to drink.” (from the verb nomu, to drink)
We named our shop Saké Nomi because we sell only premium saké, and we hope to create an atmosphere that will appeal to “drinking enthusiasts".
Quick annual PSA:
As far as we can tell, EVERY Saturday is “Small Business Saturday,” and we are thankful for your support throughout the years.
Kanpai, and again, THANK YOU!!
1 day ago
We are CLOSED today to celebrate all thankful things with the fam and to enjoy some sake with this fantastic assortment of goodies from @seattlefishguys. We’ll be back in action @sakenomiseattle tomorrow.
Arigatou and Kanpai!
Late breaking news: 2021 version of Masumi Hiyaoroshi arrives tomorrow, 11/4. Very limited; you know the story.
3 weeks ago
Our latest arrival in the intriguing hiyaoroshi category, Kisoji Yamahai Junmai. Some key descriptors include, tart, sweet, acidic, kiwi, strawberry. The brewery was established in 1650 (NOT a typo), so they kinda know what they’re doing.
Extremely limited availability — do yourself a solid and don’t miss it. Kanpai!
3 weeks ago
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