Shio koji buta is pork that is cured in koji a cultured enzyme that is used in sake production as a starter. I have used this enzyme to cure natural pork loin which will be served as a kushi yaki on Tuesday August 28th at Sake Nomi, also their will be all the other yakitori items that have become popular such as momo, shishito peppers, sesame cabbage and the wildly popular yukari onigiri. This event runs from 6-9pm, however Sake Nomi will be open at 2pm for those who want to start early on their favorite sake.
焼き鳥はつ yes that is correct hearts of the locally fresh bird. Hatsu is how the Japanese describribe chicken hearts in a yakitori-ya the Japanese restaurants that specializes in grilled parts of the chicken over natural hardwood called binchotan. Your choice of whether their basted in tare the customized soy based house sauce that each yakitori-ya perfects after years of slow cooking or shio the pure Okinawan sea salt that’s finely sprinkle overed them as they are grilled so lightly. If this is what you wish then Sake Nomi july 24th from 7-9pm Umami Kushi will be teaming up Sake Nomi for the king of social gastronmy.
Tomorrow from 6-8pm Umami Kushi will be at the Liberty Bar in Capitol Hill this will be a special evening with some new and different Yakitori and Kushi here is a sneak at the menu Liberty 3-27 Please tell a friend
３月１１日（日）、SAKE NOMI (31 S. WASHINGTON ST. ）にて４－６ＰＭにチャリティイベントを行
私たち、UMAMI KUSHIと SAKE NOMIは食事や酒を通して、友人と集まることによって
There comes a time when we all must be reminded of what makes us one! This sunday March 11 is the anniversary of the 2011 Tohoku earthquake and Tsunami. As we approach our weekend plans, lets plan to pay respects to those we have lost, those who have lost their love ones, those who have survived, those who gave thier lives for their country, and those who refused to let their spirits fade. For me I have made it my passion to bring a japanese street food (yakitori) to life in Seattle, but also as a victim of hurricane katrina I carry the passion of survival and the respect of those who where part of a country changing natural disaster. This is why on Sunday March 11 from 4-6pm at Sake Nomi, 76 south washington st. Seattle Wa, Umami Kushi and Sake Nomi will pay our respect the only way we can through a food, sake and friends gathering to donate our time and to financially continue to contribute to the rebuilding of Japan. This is an open event for anyone who wants to join us and share their time if you are unable to attend please say a prayer…
With the Holiday up on us and he weather chilly Yakitori is the food of the season. On Saturday night please join Umami Kushi at Sake Nomi for the Holiday yatai street party. This event will feature Yaki Imo a grilled sweet potato with smoked bacon miso butter and of course the classic Washington grown chicken yakitori and sesame cabbage, so come down and experience Yakitori a Japanese favorite that is the street food of the people.