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EXCESSIVE CONSUMPTION OF ALCOHOL IS DANGEROUS FOR YOUR HEALTH. DRINK WITH MODERATION. CONSUMPTION OF ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES DURING PREGNANCY, EVEN IN SMALL QUANTITY, CAN HAVE SEVERE CONSEQUENCES FOR THE CHILD’S HEALTH. THE SALE OF ALCOHOL IS FORBIDDEN TO MINORS UNDER AGE 18

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  • Brewery: FUNAKI SHUZO (1866)
  • Brewery: HIGASHIYAMA SHUZO
  • Brewery: HIRASE SHUZO (1623)
  • Brewery: MITSUTAKE SHUZOJOU
  • Kusudama Junmai sake, vintage 2007

    From €49.00

    Often referred to as the little Kyoto of the Japanese Alps, Hida Takayama town is a popular district filled with Japanese charm. Our artisan brewer, Hirase Shuzo, was born there in 1623 for almost 400 years, over 15 generations, has never stopped brewing quality sake. The name Kusudama means medicine. This sake is made with groundwater from the Alps of northern Japan, Hida rice, and extremely cold annual temperatures. It is said that this sake is made with the hope that it will cure what ails you.

  • Minenoyuki Junmai Ginjo sake, vintage 2004

    From €48.50

    There are a lot of breweries in Kitakata, Fukushima Prefecture. In fact, you can call it the city of breweries. Our craftsman is the youngest brewery in town. Beverage naming "Minenoyuki" comes from Mt. Ide, located on the border with Yamagata. The brewery workers are young and undertake new brewing processes every year. Mead made only from honey extracted from the abundant nature at the foot of the mountain highlights the unique qualities of this brewery.

    Minenoyuki Junmai Ginjo sake is pure koshu.

  • Junmaishu Kohaku Mitsutake

    From €31.00

    This sake is brewed using a unique manufacturing method with wine yeast. It is refined in an aging tank for 3 years.

  • Tobin Gakoi Junmai Daiginjo Kinpa sake

    From €38.00

    Tobin Gakoi Junmai Daiginjo Kinpa sake was specially designed to celebrate the 333 years of the creation of the Mitsutake Shuzojou Brewery. the mention "Tobingakoi" alludes to the fact filtration is done by gravity : sake flows naturally from the bags in suspension containing the moromi. Tobingakoi is a so-called "droplet" sake.

  • Konteki Leo Sake 2017

    From €42.00

    Konteki* sake "LEO 2017" is the first Japanese sake brewed by Leo Shinohara, a Japanese brewer who has produced wine in Bordeaux since 2000.

    *Konteki = truly "delicious" sake