The easiest thing to do is to pair those items with nama sake, so when you go to either K&L or Wally’s to buy them, ice packs and ice bags to transport them back and serve them chilled in your favorite wine glass. Nama sake are refreshing to drink during the summer, fuller bodied, more viscosity and mouth feel, and holds up to spicy fair brilliantly.
Between K&L and Wally’s there are quite a few choices from their website
Masumi Arabashiri “First Run” Junmai Ginjo nama
Seikyo Omachi namasake
Born Muroka Nama Genshu Junmai Daiginjo (this might be fun with the scallops ceviche and adjust the amount of salsa you put in to experiment when pairing)
Or get two different bottles and taste then side by side. I would say Kinka and try Seikyo Omachi namasake as well (Seikyo is lighter so I would drink or taste that first then the Kinka), or Masumi and Seikyo if you want to compare two different styles of Junmai Ginjo nama.