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Zen: Tokubetsu Junmai 1.8L

$75.99

The Nanbu Toji brewmasters have traditionally plied their craft in the chill of winter. Their time-honored techniques impart a light, refreshing taste to this medium-dry sake made with Iwate’s special Gin Otome brewing rice.

Zen: Tokubetsu Junmai 720

$28.99

The Nanbu Toji brewmasters have traditionally plied their craft in the chill of winter. Their time-honored techniques impart a light, refreshing taste to this medium-dry sake made with Iwate’s special Gin Otome brewing rice.

Nanbu Bijin Tokubetsu Junmai

$39.00

Nanbu Bijin’s Signature Brand, which uses locally grown Ginotome rice. Highly aromatic, with fruit and grain notes. Neat, clean, and crafted to pair with a wide range of food, excellent at any temperature.

Kubota Senjyu

$43.99

 Aiming for a Sake that can be enjoyed with a meal, Kubota Senjyu boasts a modest bouquet and a timeless flavor that one does not tire of drinking. Velvety mouthfeel and excellent chilled, but this Ginjo is quite amicable to being enjoyed warmed as well.

Hakkaisan Tokubetsu Honjozo

$39.00

Easy to drink, not easy to tire of, clean, dry, and enjoyable at almost any temperature – this is Hakkaisan’s Signature Brew. When warmed the koji-rice aroma rises to all occasions.

Kubota Manjyu

$121.99

Presented by Asahi Brewery, Kubota Manjyu is the paramount of the “Kubota” series. Has a plush, creamy texture, and several layers of complex flavor and umami. Enjoyed chilled, this sake can reveal the calm and complex portrait of existence

Hakkaisan Junmai Ginjo

$59.99

The rice and polishing ratio are all up to Daiginjo standards, however the sake is presented as Hakkaisan’s signature Junmai Ginjo label. Has a delicate Ginjo aroma and a fine, crisp mouthfeel, with clean aftertaste and a strong reverent finish.

Ama No To Heaven’s Door

$41.99

The epitome of the “local” farm-to-table movement, this sake is made only with rice, water, and labor from its own prefecture. Ama No To translates to “Heaven’s Door,” referring to the prefecture which is at the northernmost tip of Japan. The label image is an icon of good fortune from Amaterasu, the Shinto Sun Goddess who is believed to have brought light to the world and cultivated Japan’s first rice fields.

Wandering Poet

$42.99

With broad appeal and a memorable, sturdy flavor, this sake has the ability to complement even the most wine-unfriendly vegetables. This Junmai Ginjo is made with Yamada Nishiki rice, known as the pinnacle of quality for sake rice. It is named after the famous Chinese poet, Li Po, who was said to drink a bottle of sake and write one hundred poems.

Bride of the Fox

$42.99

This savory sake is inspired by local legends of Niigata’s annual fox-bride festival. Local lore tells of mysterious lights that appeared on nearby Mt. Kirin in the distant past, which are claimed to be the lanterns carried in the fox-bride procession. With a 50% polishing rate, this sake could technically qualify as a Junmai Daiginjo, but the savory notes and food pairing versatility identify more with the style expected from Junmai Ginjo.

Ginga Shizuku Divine Droplets

$72.99

Flawless yet incredibly persistent. The purity of the region of Yamagata shines in this sake, with the crispness of their pristine water, the grassy, spicy quality of dewasansan rice, and the opulent textures derived from shizuku free run finishing.

Akita Honmare Daiginjo

$59.50

Miyama and Nishiki rice and natural spring water produce a distinctive floral aroma

 

Dryness/body:1.5
Acidity:0
Prefecture:Akita
Size:720ml

OTOKOYAMA JUNMAI DAIGINJO 720ml

$154.99

Flavorful type. Purely elegant and harmonious aroma with a long finish. Perfectly balanced, velvety smooth texture. Very refreshing, subtle and delicate flavors.

HANANOMAI JUNMAI GINJO 720ml

$32.99

This sake is “freshly preserved”  sake which is pasteurized only once, which keeps the aroma and flavor that disappears during pasteurization.

WAKATAKE ONIKOROSHI JUNMAI GINJO 1.8L w

$78.99

Light, smooth, and rich type. The round aroma of steamed rice and chestnuts harmonized with fruity aroma of banana and melon. Medium dry sake and mild and soft texture and savory finish. Served chilled or warm.