Sake Barrel


Bringing you the Japanese culture of the breaking of sake barrel for prosperity, good health and wealth

šŸŽŠ Introduction of Sake Barrel Ceremony

JapaneseĀ sakeĀ barrel opening ceremony, kagami biraki, has been a tradition since 300 years ago. It first started as a blessing for the fourth Tokugawa Shogun when he won the war but with times, the ceremony is now performed at weddings, New Year, sporting events, and the most common of all, opening ceremony and companiesā€™ anniversaries.Ā 

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Why do we do Sake Barrel Breaking Ceremony

SakeĀ barrel opening ceremony works in this way, instead of simply cutting the red ribbon like always, the VIPs would be invited on stage to break the cask of the sake. The cask is made of sweet mochi rice which represents ā€˜crĆØme of the cropā€™, stating that the company hires only the best for themselves. The ā€˜breaking outā€™ symbolizes new beginnings and hopeful for the future to come. This ceremony is a deeply symbolic ritual and many people believed that good fortune would be bestowed to the company and its employees as well.Ā Ā 

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Services at Sake Inn

With over 20 years of experiences in sake barrel breaking ceremony, we offer these authentic services to your esteemed company.Ā If you and your esteemed company are interested in this service, please do not hesitate to contact us atĀ 6741Ā 3511Ā or email us atĀ enquiry@sakeinn.comĀ Looking forward to hearingĀ from you!