Time Out says
Namiyoke Inari Shrine, in Ishikawa prefecture’s Tsurugimachi, celebrates its ceremonial rice planting on May 6, and the ceremonial harvest on August 26. The new rice harvested from the shrine field is then used to make an offering to the gods during a festival. This rice is then used to make Namiyoke sake, which in June of the following year is presented in a grand festival, along with a 250-bottle limited edition nigori sake. The sake starts from ¥3,000 a bottle.
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