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  Type: Junmai Daiginjo  

Hinomaru Jozo
Manabito
Medium Dry

With a perfect balance of aroma and flavor, this sake is mld yet rich, dry yet drinkable. It will go well with fresh salad and grilled fish, but can also stand alone as an aperitif.

Hinomaru Jozo

 

  Type: Junmai Ginjo  

Hiokizakura
Densho Gouriki

“Cherry blossom of Hioki Region
Autumnal tints”

Dry

Distinctive, rich taste of “kyoryoku” rice.

Hiokizakura

 

  Type: Daiginjo  

Ichishima Ginnoyorokobi
Medium Dry

Delicate aromatics of green fruit and roses continue onto the palate, with a creamy texture and long finish. Japan National New Sake Competition gold medal winner for 2003, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, and 2011. The Ichishima family has been involved in sake making for more than 200 years (since the shogun era).

Ichishima Ginnoyorokobi

 

  Type: Junmai Daiginjo  

Ippongi
Denshin Rin
Medium Dry

Pleasant flavor, and mellow, rich taste.

Ippongi Denshin Rin

 

  Type: Junmai Genshu  

Jizake Tenzan
“Jizake of Mt. Tenzan”
Dry

Bottle is hand-wrapped in natural bamboo.

Jizake Tenzan

 

  Type: Tokubetsu Junmai  

Jun Tenzan
“Pure Mt. Tenzan”
Medium

Balanced between sweetness, sourness and pungency. Full-bodied and complex.

Jun Tenzan

 

  Type: Junmai Ginjo  

Juyondai
“Fourteenth Generation”

Delicate sweet taste, with a mild aroma.

Juyondai

 

  Type: Junmai  

Kaga Setsubai
“Plum Tree in the snow of Kaga area”
Dry

Sharp and harmonious.

Kaga Setsubai

 

  Type: Junmai  

Kagiya
“Kagiya family”
Dry

This pure sake is created by a natural production process using crystal clear water from the highest mountain in the Shikoku region and one of a kind Matsuyama Mitsui rice. Well-defined with a clean taste and rich aroma.

Kagiya

 

  Type: Junmai Ginjo  

Kaiun
“Better fortune”
Dry

Light as a summer rain.

Kaiun

 



 
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