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Doburoku (どぶろく or 濁酒) is a kind of sake. It is an alcoholic drink made in Japan. It is made with steamed rice, kōji, water, and yeast. Actual doburoku is only made with special permission. Something similar is often sold as nigori sake.
It is very easy to make at home with simple kitchen tools. However, this kind of sake is not legal to make at home in Japan.
Doburoku festivals in Japan[change | change source]
- Nagakusaten Shrine
- Aizu Tajima Gion Festival
- Oomori Shrine
- Mihara Doburoku, Agriculture, and Forestry Festival