DRINKS
  • Sake
  • Shochu
  • Wine
  • Beer
  • Soft Drink

Brewed using only rice, water, yeast and Koji, this is true, “pure rice sake.”
Koji is a mold spore that creates the magic during the brewing process;
without Koji, there is no sake.

Junmai-Shu Sake polished to 60% or more

Hakushika (70%)
Kasumitsuru Extra Dry (65%)
Sawanoi Extra Dry (65%)

Junmai-Ginjyo Sake polished to 60% or less

Kikusui (55%)
Yuho (55%)
Wataribune (55%)
Hakkaisan (50%)

Junmai-Daiginjyo Sake polished to 50% or less

Kuromatsu (50%)
Rin (45%)
Pure Night (35%)

Namazake Unpasteurized sake

Fuji (50%)

House Sake

Momokawa Cold (60%)
Warm Sake

Other Sake

Yuzu
Plum Wine
Spicy Plum
Nigori

Vodka, Japanese style. Whether it comes from rice, sweet potato, grain or barley, Shochu can be served straight, on the rocks, or with hot and/or cold water.

Iichiko
Barley

Satsuma
Sweet Potato

Kura
Barley

Sudachi
Grain

Mizuho
Rice

Chardonnay

Gyser Peak - California
Kendall Jackson - California
La Crema Russian River - California
Hartford Court
- California

Sauvignon Blanc, Pinot Gris & Viognier

Erath Vinyards Pinot Gris - Oregon
Sauvignon Republic Sauvignon Blanc - Stellenbosch, South Africa
Bonterra Viognier “Organic”
- California

Pinot Noir

Erath - Oregon
Silvan Ridge
- Oregon
Ponzi Willamette Valley Poir
- Oregon
Panther Creek
- Oregon

Merlot

Montevina Merlot - California
Folie A Deux Merlot
- California

Cabernet Sauvignon

Desert Ruah - Washington
Hess Select - California

House Wine

Hashi White - California
Hashi Red
- California

Draft

Sapporo
Kirin
Guinness

Black Giraffe
For those who want a bit of Kirin and Guiness, try Maki`s own black and tan.

Bottle

Asahi (12 oz)
Sapporo (12 oz)
Kirin (12 oz)

Coke

Diet Coke

Sprite

Kiwi Italian Soda

Peach Italian Soda

Strawberry Italian Soda

Ramune

Orange Juice

Apple Juice

Cranberry Juice

Oolong Tea

Menu is subject to change without notice.