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In Japanese, «EN» means link, relationship. Katsuyama has developed this Nihonshu En to bring people closer to each other.
With an alcohol content of 15%, it is designed to provide excellent quality, which can be best described as the beauty of the ultimate sake Akatsuki and the rich, delicate taste of Gen.
The name Lei refers to a sacred creature of Japanese mythology. The first brewing of the LEI series, started in 2011, stopped suddenly due to the Great East Japan Earthquake, was resumed in 2012.
Gozenshu is a fermented rice wine, the very best for the Nihon Shu, only reserved for the Lords of feudal Japan. Den means tradition.
The Gen denomination refers to the Genroku era, late seventeenth century, when Katsuyama House established and began to produce this style of sake.
This is the simpler version of Akazake. This version is preferably dedicated to cooking.
This sake was created by delicate method based on new thinking to present extremely pure and tasty sake which never existed.
Yukishibori translates as "squeezed snow" and Nigori as "unfiltered". It is therefore an unfiltered, unpasteurized sake.
This is a rare Kimoto Junmai Ginjo sake, pleasant both hot and cold (and even on ice) thanks to its good balance.
This Kimoto tokubetsu sake is a luxury Junmai sake made from the exceptional Yamadanishiki rice.
Junmai Kimoto is the best Kimoto type sake, to be enjoyed fresh, ideally at a temperature of +10°C.
Rich in aroma, scent and fragrance, it is 100% natural