Kyoto has long been known for its sake brewing.
Kyoto's sake is characterized by its soft,
feminin taste, and is also called "onna-zake," or "women's sake," and it was also used by women as a skin toner.
The effect of this can be clearly seen in the hands of the brewery's toji (master brewer).
It is also said that sake bath also has whitening, anti-aging, and moisturizing effects.
you simply add 2 glasses of sake in the hot tub.
Also, Sake is an indispensable part of Shintoism.
It is used for purification during festivals and other events.
Of all the offerings, Sake is considered to be the highest form of hospitality to the gods.
And we deepen the connection between the gods and people by receiving the offerings at such occasions.