• Close to the city of Cambridge, the world-renowned seat of wisdom and knowledge, is born the first sake made by Dojima Sake Brewery. With age old skill and techniques passed down from the famous Settsu Tonda brewing region, this sake is handcrafted using carefully selected Japanese sake rice and pure English water. Five years from conception to birth, this bottle of Dojima Junmai Sake symbolises Dojima’s long held dream of bringing top
  • In the same vein as a fine wine or champagne, we present our CAMBRIDGE sake in the spirit of celebration and commemoration; an entirely new way to enjoy sake. This is brewed as a kijoshu which has long been an integral part of sacred ceremonies and festivals in Japan. This rare and highly prized sake is ideal for laying down over several years as it matures well. Stored in the Fordham Abbey cellars for 3 to 5 years waiting for the day that special birthday or wedding arrives, this is a bottle that will be steeped in the history and romance that flows
  • The namazake we make here in England at Fordham Abbey reaches new heights of freshness and flavour. Even for people who are new to sake, we believe that drinking this namazake in the serene atmosphere of the Fordham Abbey estate is the best way to enjoy the smooth flavour of this truly wonderful drink. Tours start at 3pm and last approximately 90 minutes.
  • To express our gratitude for overwhelming local support over the past 4 years, Dojima Sake Brewery would like to offer local residents living in the postcode areas CB7, CB8 and IP28 the chance to buy our Dojima Junmai at the special price of £100 per bottle. People wishing to purchase this sake will need to be able to collect from the brewery in person.