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  • Categories: Junmaï Sake
  • Brewery: CHIYO NO SONO
  • Brewery: HIRASE SHUZO (1623)
  • Brewery: IWASE SHUZO
  • Brewery: KOBORI SHUZO
  • Brewery: SAITO SHUZO (1895)
  • Manzairaku Ishikawamon Junmai sake

    From €25.00

    We are in the presence of a fresh, clear, delicate and dry sake that has all the characteristics of the Ishikawamon rice variety.

  • 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.

  • Eikun Junmai sake, vintage 1998

    From €61.50

    Fushimi, Kyoto Prefecture, has been called the center of sake brewing for decades. The Saito brewery, producer of Eikun Junmai sake, has persevered, for more than 125 years, in the search for the ultimate flavor for the confection of its sakes, by using, for its brewing, mainly famous spring water Fushimi Nanai, pride of Fushimi.
    Eikun Junmai sake has won the award for best Japanese sake for 14 years consecutively.
    Eikun Jumai sake is pure koshu.

  • Iwanoi Junmai sake, vintage 1983

    From €65.00

    Our Iwanoi Junmai sake is made by the Iwase Shuzo house (Boso, Chiba Prefecture), a follower of traditional “Yamahai” production method (starter is made in a more laborious way, without adding lactic acid) . This longer fermentation method, now quite rare, gives the sake more pronounced, more complex aromatic notes.

    Iwase has been producing this type of refined sake, known as “koshu”, since 1965.

  • Manzairaku Hakusan Junmaï Daiginjô sake

    From €17.00

    This sake expresses the characteristic aromas of high quality rice.

  • Junmaishu cold sake

    From €9.90

    Craftsmen of Chiyo no Sono craftsmen worked with a lot of know-how and mastery to make this soft-mouthed sake dominated by banana and ripe fruits notes.