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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.
Hyogo Prefecture, its mineral-rich viscous soil and weather with variations in temperature, is the production area for Yamada Nishiki, best sake brewing rice. Where fine, high-quality rice grows, there is a brewer. Inami shuzojo aims to produce locally brewed sake (the set of all environmental factors that affect a crop's phenotype) brewed locally.
This Aoitsuru Jumai sake is pure koshu.
This is a 100% Kyoto-made sake using all Kyoto grown rice, “Gohyakumangoku” for the kôji rice, “Iwai” and “Kyo no Kagayaki” for the sake rice used for fermentation and mash, Kyoto originated yeast "Kyoto no Koto" and “Ginmei-sui” water that springs up from the former site of Jurakudai.