TOYO BIJIN Special Junmai Daiginjo Aiyama
東洋美人 特吟 愛山
Toyo Bijin's highest quality sake, which had been discontinued since the devastating landslide disaster in 2013, has been revived. This junmai daiginjo is made by polishing Aiyama rice (also known as the diamond of rice) down to 40%, and fermenting it at low temperature for a long time. Characterized by a sweet aroma like strawberries or vanilla. A glamorous, alluring mouthfeel that enchants from the moment of the first sip to the long-lingering aftertaste.
|Water||Gassan Rock Water|
Characterized by a sweet aroma like strawberries or vanilla. A glamorous, alluring mouthfeel that enchants from the moment of the first sip to the long-lingering aftertaste.
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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.