Musubi – Saki & Japanese Dining

We stopped for a tasty treat after the temple and had a bite to eat and a drink. We were lured in by the hostess, who spoke English and was originally from the US. We enjoyed the entire meal and gave them a fine rating on TripAdvisor. You can check them out yourself at the website above.

It was raining out, so still a little wet, but drying off while eating some tasty food.

Sake – Japanese: 酒, also spelled saké is a Japanese alcoholic beverage/rice wine. It is made by fermenting rice that has been polished with the bran removed. Sake is a wine, but is produced by a brewing style similar to beer, where the starches are converted into sugars, which ferment into alcohol.

A flight of Sake and an Excellent Seasonal Sake

Tempura Vegatables

12 responses to “Musubi – Saki & Japanese Dining”

  1. I have enjoyed Japanese food several times! Looks like a tasty time!

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    1. It really was, my husband loves your blog, hes still figuring out the like button, but I’ve seen him reading it several times.

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      1. Lol well thank you.. I have more reviews and news coming soon but redoing a house right now

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      2. How exciting! But also a ton of work.

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  2. Such great pictures – and the food looks amazing too!

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  3. Looks delicious and fun.

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  4. looks like it was a fun night out

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    1. It was, we are loving life for sure and our family.

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  5. Super ! Wonderful pictures. I like and i share. Take care.

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    1. Thanks, it was really good to, who knew I like saki?

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