SakeMasters Academy is an educational learning course toward a "Mastery of Sake" to be “SakeMasters”. We provide such learning opportunities through our blog "Blog SakeMasters Academy" ("Our site links" at bottom left of website) etc. because the more we learn about sake, the more we realize that we know nothing about sake. It is Socrate's maxim that "I know that I know nothing".
SakeMasters Academy plans to offer the following levels of learnings:
-Introductory: Basic knowledge about sake to better enjoying sake
-Intermediate: More detailed explanation than introductory level to enjoy sake with more knowledge
-Advanced: Advanced expertise and about sake to be involved in sake business in certain ways
You can find each level of articles by searching them using filter function at our Blog SakeMasters Academy. Please see the list of articles on this page below. Please subscribe our newsletter to receive the most updated blog article and other information from SakeMasters Academy. Going forward, we plan to offer SakeMasters Academy online and offline classes (free and non-free) once we can build more contents contents for such classes.
Let's enjoy a journey with us toward a "Mastery of Sake" and be "SakeMasters" together.
"I know that I know nothing"
- Socrates (B.C. c.469-399)
LIST OF ARTICLES
|Mar. 20, 2020||Intro.||Start of SakeMasters Academy - Mastery of Sake to be SakeMasters||
Socrates (B.C. c.469-399)
|Mar. 20, 2020||Intro.||1: Brief History of Sake (When Japanese Sake Started?)||Otto von Bismarck (1815-1898)|
|Apr. 3, 2020||Intro.||2: Brief History of Sake (Ritual aspect of Sake - Shinto Shrine and Sake)||Albert Einstein (1879-1955)|
|Apr. 18, 2020||Intro.||
3: Brief History of Sake (Development of Sake Making 1/5- Nara to Heian Periods)
|Shikibu Murasaki (c.973/978 - c.1014/1031)|
|May 2, 2020||Intro.||
4: Brief History of Sake (Development of Sake Making 2/5 - Kamakura to Sengoku/Azuchi Momoyama Periods)
Nobunaga Oda (1534-1582),
Hideyoshi Toyotomi (1537-1598),
Ieyasu Tokunaga (1543-1616)
|May 10, 2020||Intro.||5. Brief History of Sake (Development of Sake Making 3/5 - Edo Period)||Hokusai Katsushika (1760-1849)|
|July 11, 2020||Intro.||
6: Brief History of Sake (Development of Sake Making 4/5 - Meiji to Showa Periods)
|Ryoma Sakamoto (1836-1867)|
7: Brief History of Sake (Development of Sake Making 5/5 - Heisei to Current Periods)