Amasake, sweet sake, is famous for high nutritional value. Also, it is called as “drinkable intravenous.” It has been supporting public health from ancient time. Its origin is from the Tumulus period according to “the Chronicles of Japan.” In the Edo period, it was sold by peddler and also served at parlor which is similar to tea stall. Amasake was very popular and it was expressed in haiku such as “Amasake parlor is as popular as Mt. Fuji.