This is a Junmai Sake brewed by Yokota Shuzo, which received the fourth number of awards at the Japan National Sake Competition. It is a reprint of an Edo-period sake brewed with the oldest sake yeast in Japan. It has a slightly sweet, rich taste that goes well with tempura and tuna.
With more than 200 years of history since Edo period, we have won gold medals at the Japan National Sake Competition 17 times in the past 20 years. This is the fourth highest number of awards among approximately 1,500 sake breweries in Japan. Since the time of its first founder, the company has been branded "Nihonbashi(@Ginza Tokyo)," and its story is unique, dating back to the Edo period. Our sake is not only carefully crafted, but it is naturally high quality and easy to drink, while giving a strong impression to the customer by clearly conveying its flavor. In addition to sake, we also offer a selection of liqueurs such as ume (plum) and yuzu (citron) sake, which are made without using any flavoring agents in order to preserve the original aroma and taste of the ingredients