Amazake was sake made from a less-coarse rice which was quickly fermented until it was sweet and nearly non-alcoholic. Served warm with ginger, it was a sugary, mist-like drink. It was believed by to be the closest surviving beverage to the original drink sacred to the Tribe of Isawa. [1]


  1. Book of Water, p. 120

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