Nestled in the beautiful outskirts of Portland, Oregon, SakéOne offers a rare entertaining experience that brings you only the finest premium saké; both crafted in Oregon and imported from Japan. We’ll take you on a saké journey through a wide range of traditional saké to bolder more contemporary profiles. Ready to taste? Our Tasting Room is open seven days a week. Kanpai!
Bike Friendly Business Amenities:
- Bike Parking,
- Complimentary Water,
- Limited Groceries,
- Long-Term Vehicle Parking,
- Public Restroom,
TripAdvisor Ratings & Reviews
I love this place, they are friendly and knowledgeable. I've been here many times, tasting, summer show on the lawn, blessing ceremonies. Take the tour, it's neat.
In an area with hundreds of wineries and breweries, it was exciting to find something different. Sake One offers a nice variety of tastings with very knowledgeable and super friendly staff. The Sake process is so different that you really should take the free tour (Fri-Sun @ 1, 2 & 3, or by appointment) to learn about the fascinating process. I never thought I liked Sake until I visited Sake One!
Fabulous Sake and gift ideas,
This is one of the best Sake makers in the United States. Their packaging is beautiful, collector bottles. Very similar to a high-end wine boutique. Beautifully situated in a country setting.
The rice is nice
This is the place where I learned to love sake. This part of Oregon is chock full of breweries, wineries, and distilleries. Sake One is a great way to break up that routine. After all, when is the last time you enjoyed really good sake if ever? From sweet to dry, there is a sake here for everyone. That is really one of the best parts. We love the Momokawa silver as it is dry, crisp, and clean. Aside from their own kinds, Sake One has many imported sakes to sample. The hosts here are always friendly also. A stop here will never be regretted.
Fun, interesting, generous tastings
The saké factory museum is the perfect length - not too long - and interesting, as interesting as a whiskey distillery or brewery tour. Don't miss a close look at the big murals on the outside after the tour is over, because it will make more sense after you understand the saké process. The tasting room is cozy and the sakés are delicious. The staff really want you to enjoy your experience tasting and, perhaps, choosing a bottle or two to take. The special events are THE BEST. We've been to the Valentine's Day event, when sakés were paired with chocolate, and the Mother's Day event, which paired them with oysters. It's a great rainy day thing to do. It's also a great sunny day thing to do, when you can sit outside and enjoy the views of Mt. Hood. This is 1.3 miles from downtown Forest Grove or Pacific University, so it is walkable from there, but be SO HUGELY CAREFUL crossing state highway 47 on foot if you do that. You can bring a dog but not inside - but if there is an outdoor activity, or it's a beautiful day, it's fine.