Junmaishu Aizu-no-Haru


Aizu-no-Haru, Junmai, has a very good balance of sweet & dry flavor. With using “Yume-no-Kaori” Shuzou Koutekimai(Aziu rice suitable for sake brewing), TatsuIzumi Sake Brewery Company in Aizu Wakamatsu, Fukushima has made Junmai called “Aizu-no-Haru”. Thanks to abundant water and deep snow in winter, Aizu is well acknowledged as a great place for brewing sake. Yume-no-Kaori rice is popular sake rice in Fukushima and gives you soft, clean and medium-body sake. "Aizu no Haru (Spring of Aizu) has crisp finish, and can be enjoyed either hot or cold “for any type of cuisine.


Rice, Rice Koji, Water

3.15 in x 3.15 in x 11.81 in

24.35 oz

1 Year, Room Temperature



Aizu Yotsuba Agricultural Cooperatives is a local JA (Japan Agri Cooperatives) with 17 cities and towns in Aizu region, which covers almost half of Fukushima Prefecture. The area is known for tasty agricultural products thanks to its rich natural environment, including abundance of clean water and large difference in daily temperatures. Aizu is one of the most prominent rice cultivating regions and produces a wide variety of agricultural products. Rice is one of our major products. "Inawashiro Ten-no-tsubu" has already been exported to 8 countries. Koshihikari, Hitomebore, Ten-no-tsubu and Satoyama-no-tsubu are named as "Gokujo-no-Aizu mai" (Premium Aizu Rice) and has also been shipped to some countries. In addition, premium sake "Inawashiro Ten-no-tsubu" Junmai Dai-Ginjo is available.