I love sake !
okay, that may sound a bit wrong, but I do... and so do the Japanese, although sake really referrers to “alcohol” and sake as we know it in the west is normally referred to in Japan as “nihonshu”.
While browsing the net for nice places in Kyoto to visit, I kinda tripped over this one (okay okay, so I searched for it. (=_=); ( http://www.gekkeikan.co.jp/english/products/museum/index.html )
OMG! (*_*) its so pure!
I will absolutely have to go to some of the breweries in Kyoto and taste
Personally i prefer “kan”, but depending on the sake, it can be enjoyed at any temperature.
Warmed sake, or kan, is a common choice in the cooler months. When heated, the fullness of body becomes more pronounced. However care must be taken to avoid overheating which can effect the perception of taste. In general, it is recommended to serve kan sake at 40-50°C (104-122°F)