TOYO NO MEGAMI Junmai Daiginjo
This is the brewery's top Junmai Daiginjo with a rice polishing ratio of 30%, surpassing Ichibanso Junmai Daiginjo, which has long reigned as the pinnacle of Toyo Bijin. All Yamadanishiki that is used is produced locally in Hagi City, Yamaguchi Prefecture. This sake is an embodiment of what Mr. Sumikawa envisioned when he said the ideal sake is simply "water that has passed through rice,". The graceful and elegant aroma and the bewitching taste are the result of the techniques that have elevated Toyo Bijin to a higher level.
|Water||Gassan Rock Water|
A sake just like a goddess - elegant, soft and full of fragrance. Notes of banana, strawberry and melon.
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Clear water that has passed through rice.
Brewer of Toyo Bijin, which aims to be 'clear water that has passed through the rice plant'. The brewery located in Yamaguchi is led by a young brewmaster, who trained at the famous Takagi Brewery (maker of Juyondai). With the goal of 'from 0 to 1 sake cup,' they are dedicated to crafting easily drinkable sake with gorgeous fruity aromas for people who have never had sake before.