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  Type: Junmai Daiginjo  

Mansaku no Hana
“Flower of the Japanese Witch Hazel”
Yamahai Junmai Daiginjo
Light

Using the traditional "Yamahai" brewing method, resulting in an excellent aroma and distinctively clean taste.

Mansaku no Hana

 

  Type: Junmai Daiginjo  


Nichiei
“Glory of the Sun”
Rich Dry

Well-balanced and rich taste. Characterized by the natural sweetness of rice and light ginjo aroma.

  Type: Junmai Daiginjo  

Ozeki
Judan Jikomi

Dry

Rich, fruity bouquet and delicate flavor.

Ozeki Judan

 

  Type: Junmai Daiginjo  

Ozeki
Osakaya Chobei

Dry

Rich, fruity aroma, and clear delicate flavor.

Ozeki Chobei

 

  Type: Junmai Daiginjo  

Sake Hitosuji
Akaiwaomachi
“Only Sake”
Dry to Extra-Dry

The distinctive sweetness of "Akaban Yuchomai" engulfs the palate. Well-mellowed taste and light aroma.

Sake Hitosuji Akaiwaomachi

 

  Type: Junmai Daiginjo  


Seiru
Miyosakae Tenmi
Extra Dry

Subdued sweet melony flavor, and a sharp, dry finish.

Miyosakae Tenmi

 

  Type: Junmai Daiginjo  

Senpuku
Kura
“Brewery of 1000 Fortunes”
Light

Smooth, soft, rich in taste. Best served well-chilled.

Senpuku Kura

 

  Type: Junmai Daiginjo  

Sesshu Otokoyama
“Man's Mountain in Sesshu Region”
Extra Dry

Superb sake made from prized Yamada-Nishiki rice. Fruity aroma and supremely rich flavor.

Sesshu Otokoyama

 

  Type: Junmai Daiginjo  

Tenryo
Koshu
“Imperial Landing Vintage sake
Dry

350 year old brewery at the foot of the Japanese Alps. This vintage sake is aged for 3 years. Full-bodied, rich in flavor.

Tenryo Koshu

 

  Type: Junmai Daiginjo  

Ten To Chi
“Heaven & Earth”
Dry

Mild, clean, rich, medium bodied. Made from a new rice variety, Koshi Tanrei, grown only in Niigata.

Ten To Chi

 



 
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