UGO NO TSUKI Daiginjo "Shinsui" Special A-ranked Yamadanishiki
雨後の月 大吟醸 真粋 （特A山田錦35%）
Hyogo Prefecture's Tokushu A district has long been known as the highest production area for Yamada-Nishiki, the king of sake rice. In 1995, this Daiginjo won the Grand Prix in the Daiginjo category of the National Sake Contest sponsored by Tokusen Machi. It has a fresh aroma of pears and strawberries, and a deep, rounded flavor. The finish is a taste sensation on a grand scale.
|Water||Natural Park Noryu Mountain Water|
This sake has a fresh aroma of pears and strawberries, and a deep, rounded flavor. The finish is a taste sensation on a grand scale.
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A pioneer in premium sake.
Founded in 1875 in Nigata-cho, Kamo-gun (present-day Kure City), which flourished as a military port in the Meiji era and is known as the birthplace of Hiroshima sake. The company pioneered the industry's shift to the production of premium sake in the 1980s, and in 1999 installed large refrigerators to ensure that all sake is kept cold.