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Prefecture Name of Sake or Shochu
1 - AKITA Takashimizu Kimoto W/box $51.00 - 1.8 L Takashimizu literally means “high spring water”. In Akita city, there is an area called “Takashimizu hill” which is famous for a lot of spring water, and there is also still a sacred fountain called “Takashimizu”. This fountain is well known as limpid water.
Takashimizu Kimoto W/box- Discontinued $0.00 - 720 Takashimizu literally means “high spring water”. In Akita city, there is an area called “Takashimizu Hill” which is famous for a lot of spring water and there is a sacred fountain called “Takashimizu”. This fountain is well known as limpid water.
2 - BERKELY, CA(USA) Sho Chiku Bai Komodaru (cask) $40.00 - 1.5 L Shochikubai Komodaru (straw mat cask). A great item to give as a special gift. Display as a decorative piece to enjoy for many years. Shochikubai is the Sake used for any festive occasion, such as weddings, anniversaries, or any special ceremony. This product is only available from late October - March.
Shochikubai $23.00 - 300 ml x 3 Shochikubai Ginjyo Sake uses select grade rice, highly polished to yield a fruity flavor and a mellow aroma. This well-rounded Sake is very smooth, characteristic of a well cared Ginjyo Sake. Known as "The Frosty Bottle", one of the top selling Ginjyo Sake in the U.S. Kosher Certified.
Shochikubai Nigori $15.00 - 1.5 L Nigori is the way sake first appeared when it was brewed for the Imperial Court in Kyoto as well as for most of its 2,000 year history. It is coarsely-filtered and the sweetest of all our types of sake. It is especially delicious with very spicy foods. The bottle should be shaken each time before pouring due to the high rice content that settles in the bottom of the bottle. Historically a Samurai's Sake. Also call "Crazy Milk". Kosher Certified.
Shochikubai Sake (for Cooking) $6.80 - 750 ml Combining the legendary brewing traditions of Fushimi and the pure waters of the Sierra Neveda, master Sake brewer Seizaburo Kawano takes pride in creating this Sake masterpiece. This Sake is great to use for cooking, sauces, etc.. This best selling Sake in the USA is also Kosher certified.
Shochikubai Tj $18.00 - 1.8 L Shochikubai Premium Junmai Sake is produced with the locally produced rice, polished to 60% and fermented slowly at a low temperature. The rich, mellow flavor with its delightful aroma, is enjoyable either warm or chilled. The Premium Junmai Sake. Kosher certified.
Sierra Cold $20.00 - 300 ml x 3 With the clear waters from the Sierra Nevada, this born-in-America Sake utilizes a specially developed yeast for a smooth and light drink. Refreshing, with a slightly lower alcohol level of 12 %. Portion of sales benefit the Sierra Club's "Salmon Forever" campaign. Kosher certified.
3 - FUSHIMI, KYOTO Takara $31.00 - 1.75 L 48 proof. Distilled from Molasses. For mixed drinks, use in place of Vodka. Also, used to make pickled vegetables and Umeshu (plum wine)
Takara Jun $18.00 - 750 ml Crafted by painstakingly blending eleven types of aged Shochu. From this symphony of spirits, we are graced with a premium-grade Koh-Rui Shochu with a distinct fragrance and mild flavor. Jun is the finest quality Koh-Rui. It's perfect to enjoy on the rocks. Jun is also great as a cocktails base.
Tamanohikari $40.00 - 1.8 L The renowned Tamanohikari offers a Ginjyo version, crafted with the same care and attention by the master Sake brewers, at a more affordable price.
Tamanohikari "Mizore" $22.50 - 300 ml x 3 Now, you can have the same great premium Sake in an easy to carry pack. Great for picnics and camping. Perfect for when a large bottle is too much. Restaurants with special freezing units serve this as a slushy-type drink.
Tamanohikari "Mizore" $7.50 - 300 ml Now, you can have the same great premium Sake in an easy to carry pack. Great for picnics and camping. Perfect for when a large bottle is too much. Restaurants with special freezing units serve this as a slushy-type drink.
Tamanohikari "Yamahai" $45.00 - 1.8 L A traditional brewing method produces this pure Sake without fortifying it with alcohol or additives. We use 60% milled sake-making rice with natural yeasts and lactobacilli from our 100-year old brewery. It takes twice as long to produce this Sake, which reflects our extra care.
Tamanohikari "Yamahai" $20.20 - 720 ml A traditional brewing method produces this pure Sake without fortifying it with alcohol or additives. We use 60% milled sake-making rice with natural yeasts and lactobacilli from our 100-year old brewery. It takes twice as long to produce this Sake, which reflects our extra care.
Tamanohikari Jdg $15.00 - 300 ml The Key to Delicious Sake is Special Rice. Tamanohikari Shuzo presents Dai Ginjyo Sake brewed using only the most rare 100% Bizen Omachi, regarded as the best Sake rice. The natural wonders of this Dai Ginjyo yield a well-balanced Sake, distinctive body with a mild flow. The flavor glides silky smooth and fades with a crisp, refreshing end.
Tamanohikari Jdg $39.25 - 720 ml The Key to Delicious Sake is Special Rice. Tamanohikari Shuzo presents Dai Ginjyo Sake brewed using only the most rare 100% Bizen Omachi, regarded as the best Sake rice. The naturaal wonders of this Dai Ginjyo yield a well-balanced Sake, distinctive body with a mild flow. The flavor glides silky smooth and fades with a crisp, refreshing end.
4 - HIROSHIMA Fukucho "Biho" (presently Discontinued) $0.00 - 300 ml Produced by female Toji (master brewer) Ms. Miho Imada. The village of Akitsu in Hiroshima Prefecture, where the Fukucho Sake Brewery is located, is a quiet place facing the Seto Inland Sea. From long ago, it has been famous as a village from which many Toji and Kurabito(brewery workers) come. Sake brewers from here can be found at breweries in the village of Saijo, in Hiroshima, known as the local "Sake Capital", as well as all over the country.
Fukucho "Biho" (presently Discontinued) $0.00 - 720 ml Produced by female Toji (master brewer) Ms. Miho Imada. The village of Akitsu in Hiroshima Prefecture, where the Fukucho Sake Brewery is located, is a quiet place facing the Seto Inland Sea. From long ago, it has been famous as a village from which many Toji and Kurabito(brewery workers) come. Sake brewers from here can be found at breweries in the village of Saijo, in Hiroshima, known as the local "Sake Capital", as well as all over the country.
Kamotsuru Itteki Nyukon W/box $22.50 - 720 ml Itteki Kyukon Junmai Ginjo is ever-so-smooth in the mouth with moderately tangy qualities and sharply dry finish.
Kamotsuru Namakakoi $24.00 - 300 ml Nama-Kakoi suggests the lively and cheerful quality found only in a draft Sake. Until the very final step before bottling, Kamotsuru Nama-Kakoi is held fresh without any heat pasteurization, yielding a lively-fresh, and clean flavor. Only sold in 3 bottle sets
Kamotsuru Sokaku W/box $90.00 - 720 ml Since the naming of the brand Kamotsuru in 1873, this brewery has been at the forefront of rice polishing technology, and since the Meiji era has pulled the industry forward as a sake pioneer.

In the Taisho era they were the first to receive honors for their work. And again, 50 years ago, they were the first to sell Daiginjo-grade sake to the public. Kamotsuru company receives a large number of awards and honors for their sake. They devote their craft to producing sake of exceptional quality.

Awards: All-Japan International Spirits Fall Contest 2013 - Daiginjo Category Special Prize #1

Depending on shipment from Japan box may not be included.

Kamotsuru Tokusei With Gold Flakes $31.50 - 720 ml Kamotsuru is an extremely well balanced Sake, harmonizing the fruity, dry, full and crisp aspects of the flavor spectrum. Very fragrant and velvety smooth as it glides on the palate. Kamotsuru is a Sake which you will not tire from. The unique bottle and tiny gold flakes makes this an impressive Sake to use for special occasions or to give as gifts.
Kamotsuru Tokusei With Gold Flakes $9.50 - 180 ml Kamotsuru is an extremely well balanced Sake, harmonizing the fruity, dry, full and crisp aspects of the flavor spectrum. Very fragrant and velvety smooth as it glides on the palate. Kamotsuru is a Sake which you will not tire from. The unique bottle and tiny gold flakes makes this an impressive Sake to use for special occasions or to give as gifts.
Kamotsuru W/box $60.00 - 1.8 L Alas, a sipping Sake with flavors you won't tire from. Kamotsuru Junmai Ginjyo reveals a well-rounded flavor, suitable for various serving temperatures. Chilled, at room temperature, or slightly warmed to 100 degrees F, experience the delicate flavor and fragrance nuances at varying temperature points.
5 - ISHIKAWA Tengumai $45.00 - 1.8 L This masterpiece is a reflection of the hearts and souls of its creators. Tengumai Junmai combines highly polished select rice with pristine waters, and employs the Yamahai Shikomi natural brewing technique, bearing a rich blend and a well balanced Sake. Brewed the old-fashioned way, easing on the carbon filtration, Tengumai preserves the amber hue full of aroma and flavor.
Tengumai "Black" Kokoshu W/box $112.00 - 720ml
Tengumai "red" W/box $35.00 - 720ml
Tengumai Yamahai Jikomi W/box $23.00 - 720 ml This masterpiece is a reflection of the hearts and souls of its creators. Tengumai combines highly polished select rice with pristine waters, and employs the Yamahai Shikomi natural brewing technique, bearing a rich blend and well-balanced Sake. Brewed the old-fashioned way, easing on the carbon filtration, Tengumai preserves the amber hue full of aroma and flavor. The representative and the most popular Sake from Ishikawa.
6 - KOCHI Suigei $10.75 - 300 ml Kochi faces the Pacific Ocean, a region where the powerful Black Current flows nearby. Suigei, or "The Drunken Whale", pays homage to the magnificent king of the ocean, freely roaming in the vast ocean of the Pacific. Suigei is for the serious Sake drinker; a medium bodied flavor and its tail is quick to make exit.
Suigei $42.00 - 1.8 L Kochi faces the Pacific Ocean, a region where the powerful Black Current flows nearby. Suigei, or "The Drunken Whale", pays homage to the magnificent king of the ocean, freely roaming in the vast ocean of the Pacific. Suigei is for the serious Sake drinker.
Suigei Tj W/box $20.25 - 720 ml Kochi faces the Pacific Ocean, a region where the powerful Black Current flows nearby. Suigei, or "The Drunken Whale", pays homage to the magnificent king of the ocean, freely roaming in the vast ocean of the Pacific. Suigei is for the serious Sake drinker; a medium bodied flavor and its tail is quick to make exit.
Z-azure $28.50 - 720 ml Special request only.
7 - NADA, HYOGO Hakutaka W/box Jg Gokyujo (discontinued) $32.00 - 1.8 L Hakutaka characterizes the grace and the noble stature of the legendary white hawk, which is said to appear once in a thousand years. Distinctly pure and clean, Hakutaka Sake has earned its distinct place as the official Sake of the Imperial court as well as the sacred Ise Shinto Shrine.
Kikumasamune $18.30 - 720 ml Suppressing the typically strong aroma of a Ginjyo, Kikumasamune Junmai Ginjyo utilizes the prized Yamada Nishiki Sakamai in pursuit of the perfect flavor balance. Serve at room temperature at around 60 degrees, to experience the full offering of its delicate flavor elements.
Kikumasamune $26.25 - 1.8 L Kikumasamune especially brewed this for export purposes. Is popular amongst seasoned Sake fans who enjoy this strong body and the dry, crisp finish. Available only outside of Japan.
Kikumasamune Honkano (presently Discontinued) $0.00 - 720 ml The Kimoto brewing, which is an ancient, natural brewing method of airborne lactic acid cultures to start the Sake fermentation process. These cultures disperse naturally into the Sake mash, for a slow, old-fashioned fermentation. Kikumasamune Brewery re-introduces Kimoto Zukuri, brewing in the heritage-old brewery full of these special cultures, to produce a luscious and straightforward Sake, along with a signature clean and dry taste.
Kikumasamune Kahogura (presently Discontinued) $0.00 - 720ml
Kikumasamune Kimoto $28.00 - 1.8 L The Kimoto method relies on the lactic acid cultures which thrive in the brewery's hundred year+ old structure. They disperse naturally into the mash for a slow, old-fashioned fermentation process to produce a luscious and straightforward Sake, with Kikumasamune's signature dry taste.
Kikumasamune Kimoto (presently Discontinued) $0.00 - 720ml The Kimoto method relies on the lactic acid cultures which thrive in the brewery's hundred year+ old structure. They disperse naturally into the mash for a slow, old-fashioned fermentation process to produce a luscious and straightforward Sake, with Kikumasamune's signature dry taste.
Kikumasamune Reishu $23.00 - 300 ml x 3 To keep within their signature dry flavor profile, the flowery Ginjo fragrance is kept to a minimum, yet their delicate and smooth accents are noticeably drawn. Sold only in a 3 bottle set.
Kikumasamune Taru $13.50 - 720ml The Kimoto method relies on the lactic acid cultures which thrive in the brewery's hundred year+ old structure. They disperse naturally into the mash for a slow, old-fashioned fermentation process to produce a luscious and straightforward Sake, with Kikumasamune's signature dry taste. Old style glass jug.
Kikumasamune Taru Cedar Cask Flavor $18.00 - 300 ml x 3 This is the pride of Kikumasamune, renowned for their signature extra dry Sake. Aged in cedar casks, Taru Sake is bottled when the natural cedar fragrance strikes a perfect balance with the flavor of the Sake. Serve chilled, to fully enjoy this unique blend.
Kikumasamune Taru Cedar Infused $13.50 - 720 ml This is the pride of Kikumasamune, renowned for their signature extra dry Sake. Aged in cedar casks, Taru Sake is bottled when the natural cedar fragrance strikes a perfect balance with the flavor of the Sake. Serve chilled, to fully enjoy this unique blend.
Shirakabe Gura - Presently Discontinued $0.00 - 300ml Shirakabe Gura (White Wall Brewery) was created in 2003 by Takara Sake, Japan. As of 2009, it has received the Gold Medal award for 6 consecutive years. Our apologies - This is has been discontinued.
Shirakabe Gura - Presently Discontinued $0.00 - 720ml Shirakabe Gura (White Wall Brewery) was created in 2003 by Takara Sake, Japan. As of 2009, it has received the Gold Medal award for 6 consecutive years. Our apologies - This is has been discontinued.
Shirakabegura $18.50 - 720 ml Shirakabegura is carefully crafted using Gohyakumangoku Sake rice, the renowned Miyamizu waters which flow abundantly through the Nada region, and with the hearts and souls of its seasoned creators. Brewed in small batches, and fermented unhurriedly at low temperatures, Shirakabegura is clean and smooth. Relish the sweet rice flavor as it unfolds with each sip.
Shirakabegura $9.80 - 300 ml Shirakabegura is carefully crafted using Gohyakumangoku Sake rice, the renowned Miyamizu waters which flow abundantly through the Nada region, and with the hearts and souls of its seasoned creators. Brewed in small batches, and fermented unhurriedly at low temperatures, Shirakabegura is clean and smooth. Relish the sweet rice flavor as it unfolds with each sip.
Shirakabegura $33.00 - 1.8 L Shirakabegura is carefully crafted using Gohyakumangoku Sake rice, the renowned Miyamizu waters which flow abundantly through the Nada region, and with the hearts and souls of its seasoned creators. Brewed in small batches and fermented unhurriedly at low temperatures, Shirakabegura is clean and smooth. Relish the sweet rice flavor as it unfolds with each sip.
Taki No Koi W/box $32.00 - 720 ml The name comes from a Chinese legend of a carp swimming up a colossal waterfall. Upon reaching the top and entering the Dragon's Gate, the freshwater fish transforms into a beautiful dragon. There's a similar accolade as Taki No Koi has captured the Gold Medal in six successive years from the prestigious Mon de Selection. This Junmai Ginjyo offers an exquisite fruity and refreshing taste, subtle acidity, and a very clean finish.
Tatsuriki Nihon No Sakura Gold (with Gold Cherry Blossom Shaped Flakes) $299.00 - 1.8 L The best sake is undoubtedly made from quality rice. Using only top class Yamadanishiki rice, selected from Special A area in Hyogo (the best sake rice region in Japan), Tatsuriki Nihon No Sakura Kinpaku is a full-body type Junmai Daiginjo with fruity aroma.
Tatsuriki Nihon No Sakura Gold (with Gold Cherry Blossom Shaped Flakes) $138.00 - 720ml The best sake is undoubtedly made from quality rice. Using only top class Yamadanishiki rice, selected from Special A area in Hyogo (the best sake rice region in Japan), Tatsuriki Nihon No Sakura Kinpaku is a full-body type Junmai Daiginjo with fruity aroma.
8 - NIIGATA Echigo Tsurukame $10.00 - 300 ml Echigo Tsurukame rose to fame as it was commissioned for a wedding of a Crown Prince by the Imperial court. Dry but not over powering, this is smooth with a subtle oak barrel scent. Traditionally, the Tsuru crane and the Kame turtle are symbols of long life.
Echigo Tsurukame W/box (presently Discontinued) $0.00 - 720ml Echigo Tsurukame rose to fame as it was commissioned for a wedding of a Crown Prince by the Imperial court. Dry but not over powering, this is smooth with a subtle oak barrel scent. Traditionally, the Tsuru crane and the Kame turtle are symbols of long life.
Hakkaisan Honjyozo $25.50 - 720 ml Hakkaisan Honjyozo is made from the pure water welled from Hakkai Mountain. Mild yet crisp flavor of Hakkaisan Honjyozo reflects the clear wind blowing off the sacred Hakkai Mountain. The number one, most popular Honjozo Sake rated by top Sake Izaka-ya Pubs in Japan.
Hakkaisan Honjyozo $57.00 - 1.8 L Hakkaisan Honjyozo is made from the pure water welled from Hakkai Mountain. Mild yet crisp flavor of Hakkaisan Honjyozo reflects the clear wind blowing off the sacred Hakkai Mountain. The number one, most popular Honjozo Sake rated by top Sake Izaka-ya Pubs in Japan.
Hakkaisan Jg $30.00 - 720 ml Hakkaisan Junmai Ginjyo is made from quality Sakamai, harvested in the rice capitol of Niigata, and is combined with the pure waters welled from the Raiden Temple springs surrounding the sacred Hakkai Mountain. Its fragrance is clean and crisp, with a more defined flavor. One of the most popular and sought after Junmai Ginjyo in Japan.
Hakkaisan Jg $63.00 - 1.8 L Hakkaisan Junmai Ginjyo is made from quality Sakamai harvested in the rice capitol of Niigata, and is combined with the pure waters welled from the Raiden Temple springs surrounding the sacred Hakkai Mountain. Its fragrance is clean and crisp, with a more defined flavor. One of the most popular and sought after Junmai Ginjyo in Japan..
Hakkaisan Junmai Daiginjo Kowagura $115.00 - 720 ml Hakkaisan Kowagura is a new brewery dedicated to brewing ultra-premium sake. By utilizing every brewer's mastered skills, knowledge, passion and commitment to quality has created this well-rounded flavored premium sake. Sake created at this level not only enhances the taste of Japanese food, but will also pair beautifully with the cuisines of the world.
Hakkaisan Tj $23.25 - 720 ml Hakkaisan is a very high quality sake made in the Niigata prefecture, Japan. The brewery is located in snow country and the water used for brewing sake is spring water that is filtered by rocks. The purity of this super soft water is what gives Hakkaisan Sake its very special clean smooth taste and flavor. This Tokubetsu Junmai is very smooth and a little dry.
Hakkaisan Tj $9.75 - 300 ml Hakkaisan is a very high quality sake made in the Niigata prefecture, Japan. The brewery is located in snow country and the water used for brewing sake is spring water that is filtered by rocks. The purity of this super soft water is what gives Hakkaisan Sake its very special clean smooth taste and flavor. This Tokubetsu Junmai is very smooth and a little dry.
Kikusui Funaguchi Aged Nama Genshu $27.00 - 200 ml x 3 Funaguchi is a genuine sake (unpasteurized). This one year aged Jukusei Funaguchi is a rich, dense sake that is absolutely delicious. Sold in sets of 3 (200 ml) cans in a decorative box.
Kikusui Funaguchi Nama Genshu $18.50 - 200 ml x 3 One of the characteristics of Kikusui Funaguchi is that it can be aged in the can, if stored properly between 46 degrees F and 50 degrees F. Sold in sets of 3 (200 ml) cans in a decorative box.
Kikusui Sakamai $38.00 - 720 ml Kikusui (Chrysanthemum Mist) Sakamai is fermented at a low temperature for an extended period of time. Seimaibuai (rice remaining ratio) 40% Box usually included.
Kikusui W/box $24.00 - 720ml Using the exquisitely white Gohyakumangoku rice, a strain especially developed for Sake, Kikusui Ginjyo is fermented for an extended period at a low temperature. This rids the sometimes heavy character of a Junmai, and produces an elegant floral aroma and a very light palate. The elegant blue bottle is especially inviting. Previous Nihonshu-Do was +2.0
Kikusui W/box $36.00 - 1.8 L Kikusui Junmai, a perfectly balanced Sake with clean flavor and body. Serve chilled to savor the dry qualities. When slightly warmed to 100 degrees F, experience the fragrance expand as a more rounded flavor surfaces. Use a large earthenware flask to warm Kikusui Junmai, and pair it with a complementary dish.
Kikusui W/box $44.00 - 1.8 L Using the exquisitely white Gohyakumangoku rice, a strain especially developed for Sake, Kikusui Ginjyo is fermented for an extended period at a low temperature. This rids the sometimes heavy character of a Junmai, and produces an elegant floral aroma and a very light palate. The elegant blue bottle is especially inviting. Previous Nihonshu-Do was +2.0
Kirin Koshi Hikari W/box $36.00 - 720ml This sake has very soft flavor with elegant aroma. This amazing harmony of two is result of using Koshihikari rice, which is known as best rice in Japan.
Koshino Kagiroi "senjyu"- Discontinued $0.00 - 1.8 L Brewed by Asahi Sake Brewery renowned for the Kubota line. Although classified among the Junmai group of Sake generally know for its distinctive aroma and flavor, Koshino Kagiroi offers a light, easy to enjoy proposition, clean and with hardly any tail. Previous Nihonshu-Do = +3.0
Kubota "hekiju" W/box $95.00 - 1.8 L Hekijyu is prepared at a reduced sugar level to suppress the amino acids, yielding a robust and voluminous flavor of cheerful personality. A sister Sake to Kubota Manjyu at a more affordable price. **** Photo image. Box is not included ****
Kubota "hekiju" W/box $43.00 - 720 ml Hekijyu is prepared at a reduced sugar level to suppress the amino acids, yielding a robust and voluminous flavor of cheerful personality. A sister Sake to Kubota Manju at a more affordable price. **** Photo image. Box is not included ****
Kubota "Manju" W/box $150.00 - 1.8 L A truly sophisticated aroma and elegant flavor. Clear, light and dry, where the taste disappears quickly from the mouth. Aged for an extended period until the peak of maturity before bottling. The very rare and most sought after Dai Ginjyo in Japan. Consistently rated number one by Sake connoisseurs and fine dining restaurant owners.
Kubota "Manju" W/box $69.00 - 720 ml A truly sophisticated aroma and elegant flavor. Clear, light and dry, where the taste disappears quickly from the mouth. Aged for an extended period until the peak of maturity before bottling. The very rare and most sought after Dai Ginjyo in Japan. Consistently rated number one by Sake connoisseurs and fine dining restaurant owners.
Kubota "Manju" W/box $29.00 - 300 ml A truly sophisticated aroma and elegant flavor. Clear, light and dry, where the taste disappears quickly from the mouth. Aged for an extended period until the peak of maturity before bottling. The very rare and most sought after Dai Ginjyo in Japan. Consistently rated number one by Sake connoisseurs and fine dining restaurant owners.
Kubota "senjyu" $23.00 - 720 ml Ginjyo-grade Honjyozo Sake. Natural alcohol is added to achieve the clean and crisp flavor. The elegant aroma is especially comforting. Rated the No. 2 Honjyozo Sake by the top Sake Izaka-ya Pubs in Japan. ****Photo image. Box is not included**** For information on other Kubota products, please contact us: sales@sake.nu
Kubota "senjyu" $51.00 - 1.8 L Ginjyo-grade Honjyozo Sake. Natural alcohol is added to achieve the clean and crisp flavor. The elegant aroma is especially comforting. Rated the No. 2 Honjyozo Sake by the top Sake Izaka-ya Pubs in Japan. ****Photo image. Box is not included**** For information on other Kubota products, please contact us: sales@sake.nu
Nihonkai- Discontinued $0.00 - 1.8 L Nihonkai continues the centuries old hand brewing technique, producing qualities which modern machinery can not match. Pleasantly light, Nihonkai has the versatile flavor, which compliments a variety of dishes. Presented by Ito Shuzo, the Gold Award recipient at the 2000 National Sake Competition in Japan. Can not ship in CA.
Nihonkoku W/box $24.00 - 720 ml From the legendary Mount Nihonkoku in Niigata, comes this Sake, made with the spring waters depicted in the renowned lyrics by Basho. The label shows a scene of a woman during rice harvest, covered by protective sheath to shut out the harsh sun rays and billowing dust.
Senshin W/box $97.50 - 720 ml Keeping the philosophy "Sake making starts with rice making", Senshin Junmai Dai Ginjo utilizes the rare Takanenishiki rice by commissioning local rice growers. Individual rice granules are gently polished for 3 days and nights until only 2mm pearly beads (28% of the original) remain. The quiet aging takes over a year. A masterpiece of Asahi Shuzo, the maker of Kubota Manjyu Note: This item may not be sold or shipped within CA.
Senshin W/box $202.50 - 1.8 L Senshin utilizes the rare Takanenishiki rice by commissioning local rice growers. Individual rice grains are gently polished for 3 days and nights, until only 28 percent of the grain remains, followed by quiet aging for over a year. A masterpiece of Asahi Shuzo, the maker of Kubota Manjyu.
Shimeharitsuru W/box $33.00 - 720 ml "Most Popular Jizake Ranking for 2001" in the Junmai Ginjyo category. Naturally fermented from choice rice ingredients using the craftsmanship from decades of hand brewing experience. Shimeharitsuru reflects the flavor attributes most sought after, with distinct character and exhilarating freshness.
Tokugetsu W/box $87.00 - 720 ml Rice granules are polished into miniature pearls, leaving only 28% of its original grain to make Junmai Dai Ginjyo Tokugetsu. Chill and enjoy the gentle flavor, light as the harvest moon. A masterpiece from Asahi Shuzo, the maker of Kubota Manjyu.
9 - YAMAGATA Haguro W/box $38.00 - 720 ml Old style ceramic decanter. The top also serves as a drinking cup.
Hakuro Suishu - Discontinued $0.00 - 300 ml
Hatsushibori Yuki Honoka $8.00 - 300 ml Combining sake rice "Dewasansan" with the Gassan underground spring waters of the Yamagata region, comes Junmai Hatsushibori Yuki Honoka. The name means "snowy delicate flavors". This is a draft Sake, with airy yet sound flavor. A draft sake from Takenotsuyu Goushi, the Gold Award recipient at the 2001 National Sake Competition in Japan.
Sumiyoshi Goku Karakuchi $42.00 - 1.8 L Using 100 % Yamagata grown Haenuki premium rice, Extra Dry Goku Karakuchi Sumiyoshi is produced with the traditional hand brewing technique. Easing on the carbon filtration preserves the natural golden hue and aroma of authentic Sake served long ago. Sumiyoshi is slowly fermented in cedar casks for an extended period at low temperature to achieve its extra-dry, yet pleasantly light and smooth flavors.
Sumiyoshi Koshu $17.55 - 300 ml Koshu is gently aged for three years to arrive at a most elegant flavor, smooth and complex. Non carbon filtering retains the golden hue and the flavor depth that passing of time has created.
Takeno Tsuyu $24.00 - 720 ml With the natural elements which bless this rice producing area in the northern region of Honshu, Takeno Tsuyu blends select quality rice with pure water from its underground springs. The fragrance has depth and the palate carries a full body which lingers. Previous Nihonshu-Do (+2.5)
10 - Asahikawa Taisetsu $9.75 - 300 ml Named after Mt. Taisetsu or "The Gardens of the Divine", Taisetsu is slow-aged in unique Japanese style igloos called Yukihimuro ice domes. Serve chilled to enjoy a delightfully floral and clean aroma.
Taisetsu $22.50 - 720 ml Taisetsu, named after Mt. Taisetsu or "The Gardens of the Divine", is slow-aged in unique Japanese style igloos called Yukihimuro ice dome. Serve chilled to enjoy a delightfully floral and clean aroma.
Taisetsu $45.00 - 1.8 L TAISETSU, named after Mt. Taisetsu or "The Gardens of the Divine", is slow-aged in unique Japanese style igloos called Yukihimuro ice dome. Serve chilled to enjoy a delightfully floral and clean aroma.
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12 - Oita Iichiko 50p $19.20 - 750 ml Made with select barley and natural spring water. Number One best selling Otsu-rui Shochu in Japan. Ingredients: Barley Koji: White
Iichiko Bar Fruits Ume $11.00 - 375ml Using only natural ingredients with no artificial flavors is the key to a clean and natural taste.
Ingredients: Barley and plum
16 proof

Iichiko Bar Fruits Yuzu $11.00 - 375ml Using only natural ingredients with no artificial flavors is the key to a clean and natural taste.
Ingredients: Barley and citron
16 proof

Iichiko Frasco 60p W/box $57.75 - 750 ml 60 Proof Mugi (barley) Shochu Bottled in a very stylish decanter.
Iichiko Kurobin 50p $37.80 - 750 ml 50 Proof Mugi (barley) Shochu Iichiko Black Bottle is a genuine shochu that harmonizes exquisitely with all-koji raw spirits. Depending on the order, a box may or may not be included.
Iichiko Mugi Paper Pack 40p $29.00 - 1.75 L Ingredients: Barley
Iichiko Seirin 40p $18.30 - 750 ml Made from the most choice barley and malt. Clear aroma. Subtlely sweet. Ingredients: Barley Koji: White
13 - Kumamoto Hakutake Ginrei Shiro 48 Proof $21.50 - 750 ml Ginrei Shiro is made with the finest water, rice and Ginjo yeast and delicately fermented at a low temperature. Ginjo yeast brings out the natural sweet flavor of the rice. Koji: White Single Distillation
Hakutake Kinjo Shiro 48 Proof $22.75 - 750 ml This rice shochu is aged in 3 kinds of barrels - American white, Cognac and Sherry, then blended with Honkaku Shochu rice, known as Shiro, to create an exquisite shochu with a mellow fragrance.
Hakutake Shiro - 50 Proof $20.00 - 750 ml Best selling Rice Shochu. Created from just the essentials, select rice, natural spring water, this Shochu is sure to please the palate of any Shochu purist. Type: Otsu-rui Koji: White Single Distillation
Hakutake Shiro Soju 48 Proof $7.00 - 200 ml Created from just the essentials, select rice and natural spring water, this shochu is sure to please the palate of any shochu purist. Ingredients: Rice Koji: White Type: Otsu-rui
Hakutake Shiro Soju 48 Proof $19.00 - 750 ml Created from just the essentials, select rice and natural spring water, this shochu is sure to please the palate of any shochu purist. Ingredients: Rice Koji: White Type: Otsu-rui
Hisui Red Seishu (clear Sake) $10.00 - 300ml This ruby colored Sake is brewed using heirloom ruby red rice from ancient time, and brewed at a southernmost Sake brewery in Japan. Heirloom red rice contains an abundant amount of protein, vitamins, minerals and poly phenol. Enjoy this most unique sweet-tart flavor just like red wine, lighter and milder than the Chinese rice wine, Shaoxing.
Hisui Red Seishu (clear Sake) 720ml (presently Discontinued) $0.00 - 720ml This ruby colored Sake is brewed using heirloom ruby red rice from ancient time, and brewed at a southernmost Sake brewery in Japan. Heirloom red rice contains an abundant amount of protein, vitamins, minerals and poly phenol. Enjoy this most unique sweet-tart flavor just like red wine, lighter and milder than the Chinese rice wine, Shaoxing.
Hojun Zuiyo $8.00 - 300ml This stylish frosted black bottle with golden Chinese characters attracts attention even before it is opened. With one sip, the flavor of gentle rice UMAMI will hint mild, mellow sake. But in fact Hojun Zuiyo is quite dry (+5.0) with a nice acidity level. Well-known sake critics mentioned "This Sake fits North American dishes. It is an American Type of Sake".
Hojun Zuiyo $19.00 - 720ml The 720ml comes in a black bag with golden Chinese characters which attracts attention even before it is opened. With one sip, the flavor of gentle rice UMAMI will hint mild, mellow sake. But in fact Hojun Zuiyo is quite dry (+5.0) with a nice acidity level. Well-known sake critics mentioned "This Sake fits North American dishes. It is an American Type of Sake".
Koishiso Shiso $24.00 - 750 ml Ingredients: Rice shochu and shiso (perilla plant). Enjoy the refreshing flavor of Japanese Shiso. The leaves are both nutritious and refreshing. Koishiso derives its name from the Japanese for longing (Koishii) and Shiso.
Torikai $82.50 - 750 ml This creation resembles that of a Ginjyo-Shu, a premium grade Japanese regional Sake. Best served chilled on-the-rocks or over crushed ice. Type: Otsu-Rui Koji: Yellow Koji
14 - Kagoshima Ayamurasaki Hozan 68p $47.00 - 750 ml Made with Ayamurasaki Potatos. Ingredients: Sweet Potato, Rice Koji Koji: White Type: Otsu-Rui
Beniazuma Hozan 68p $47.00 - 750 ml Made with Beniazuma Potatos. Ingredients: Sweet Potato, Rice Koji Koji: White Type: Otsu-Ru
Beniikko $40.00 - 750 ml Made with Sweet Potatoes and sweet potato koji. Ingredients: Sweet Potato, Rice Koji Koji: Imo Type: Otsu-Rui
Ikkomon 48p $33.00 - 750 ml Ikkomon is made with Imo (sweet potatoes) Koji. This makes Ikkomon a distinctive beverage, because other Imo Shochu are generally made with Kome (rice) Koji. Enjoy the authentic Imo flavor. San Francisco World Spirits Competition 2018 - Gold Medal Winner 48 Proof Otsu-rui Ingredients: Sweet potato (Kogane-sengan) Koji: Sweet potato
Kaido Iwai No Aka 48p $22.95 - 750 ml Single-distilled honkaku shochu. Made from select kogane-sengan sweet potatoes, specially harvested in the Kagoshima prefecture, traditional kurokoji (black yeast) and pure, deep sea water. "Iwai no aka" which means celebratory red is the color of the bottle, not the Shochu itself. Silver medal winner of "Monde-Selection" Winner of the 2001 Kagoshima Shochu Award

Kakushigura $21.00 - 750 ml Single-distilled Honkaku Shochu. Made from carefully chosen superior barley and 100% natural spring water, and aged in oak barrels. It's well-balanced flavor is reminiscent of a smooth, mild whiskey. 48 Proof Type: Otsu-Rui Koji: White
Kiccho Hozan 48p $33.00 - 750 ml This sweet potato Shochu is made in the traditional method of fermentation in a Kame-Tsubo earthen pot. The full bodied, crisp taste will definitely tempt the palate of any fine spirit connoisseur. Type: Otsui-Rui Koji: Yellow
Kiccho Hozan 50p $36.00 - 750 ml This sweet potato Shochu is made in the traditional method of fermentation in a Kame-Tsubo earthen pot. This time-honored, full bodied crisp taste will definitely tempt the palate of many generations to come. Type: Otsui-Rui Koji: Black Koji Single Distillation
Kuro Shiranami 48 P $19.00 - 750 ml Kurose Toji (master brewer), whose greatest talent was making Black-Koji based shochu, worked his magic using a traditional brewing method requiring high quality KOGANE SENGAN sweet potatoes grown in the South Satsuma area of Japan. Ingredients: Sweet Potato, Rice Koji: Black Shochu Type:Otsu-Rui
Kurokame 50 P $28.00 - 750 ml Kurokame is made in the traditional method, using Kuro Koji. The fermentation process takes place in a Kame (large porcelain pot). Ingredients: Sweet Potato, Rice Koji Koji: Black Type: Otsu-Rui
Satsuma Hozan 48p $28.50 - 750 ml This classic has remained unchanged since the distillery was founded. Satsuma Hozan has been the foundation on which the HOZAN brand has flourished throughout Japan. Ingrdients: Sweet Potato, Rice Koji Koji: White Type: Otsu-Rui
Satsuma Hozan 50p $30.00 - 750 ml This classic has remained unchanged since the distillery was founded. Satsuma Hozan has been the foundation on which the HOZAN brand has flourished throughout Japan. Enjoy on the rocks or straight. Ingrdients: Sweet Potato, Rice Koji Koji: White Shochu Type: Otsu-Rui Single Distillation
Satsuma Shiranami 48 P $18.00 - 750 ml Best selling sweet potato Shochu. This full-fledged Shochu is produced in the well known Satsuma sweet potato growing region, Minami Satsuma. Brewed with sweet potato and clean spring water from the Kan No Ko (God's River). Type: Otsu-Rui Koji: White
Satsuma Shiranami 50 P $20.00 - 750 ml Best selling sweet potato Shochu. A rounded flavor with a hint of sweetness. 50 Proof
Shiranami Kuradashi Genshu 74p $36.00 - 750 ml Makurazaki Shiranami Genshu reflects the luxury of a premium Imo Shochu, bottled at full cask strength, right out of the aging chamber.br> Ingredients: 83% Sweet Potato and 17% Rice
Shiroyutaka Hozan 68p $47.00 - 750 ml Ingredients: Sweet Potato Koji: White
Tenshi No Yuwaku 80p (angel's Temptation) $71.00 - 750 ml Ingredients: Sweet Potato Koji: White-Koji Box may or may not be included.
Tomi No Hozan 48p $33.00 - 750 ml The main ingredient, Kogane Sengan Sweet Potato, creates a shochu with a full aroma similar to that of quality sake. The fruity fragrance and freshly slight sweetness is also a distinguishable feature.
Tomi No Hozan 50p $36.00 - 750 ml The main ingredient, Kogane Sengan Sweet Potato, creates a shochu with a full aroma similar to that of quality sake. The fruity fragrance and freshly slight sweetness is also a distinguishable feature. Ingredients: Sweet Pototato, Rice Koji: Yellow koji Single Distillation
15 - Miyazaki Gankutsuoh 50 P $32.00 - 750 ml Gankutsuoh is distilled and poured into large porcelain pots which are then stored in a natural cave where the temperatures and humidity are very mild. This unique process gives Gankutsuoh an exceptionally smooth taste and pleasant aroma. Ingredients: Rice Koji: Yellow Koji Type: Otsu-Rui Single Distillation
Towari Soba 50p $32.00 - 750 ml Product of Miyazaki. Towari is a unique Otsu-rui Shochu distilled only from Soba (buckwheat). This means that you can savor real Soba Shochu without the influence of unwanted flavors derived from other materials.
Yokaichi Kome 50p $18.00 - 750 ml Created by the "Gin-Jikomi" method characterized by highly polished ingredients, specifically rice, Yokaichi is fermented at a low temperature. With pedigree ingredients and brewing technique, indulge in a brew with a superb aroma and mild flavor. Type: Otsu-Rui Ingredients: Rice Koji: Yellow Koji Single Distillation
Yokaichi Mugi 50p $18.00 - 750 ml Created by the "Gin-Jikomi" method characterized by highly polished ingredients, specifically barley. Yokaichi is fermented at a low temperature with pedigree ingredients and brewing technique. Otsu-Rui
16 - Miyagi Michinoku Onigoroshi "demon Slayer" - Discontinued $ - 1.8 L Michinoku Onigoroshi is known for it's dry and brisk flavor. It's well-rounded flavor will complement a wide variety of dishes.
Michinoku Onigoroshi "demon Slayer"- Discontinued $0.00 - 300 ml Michinoku Onigoroshi is known for it's dry and brisk flavor. It's well-rounded flavor will complement a wide variety of dishes.
Michinoku Onigoroshi "demon Slayer"- Discontinued $ - 720 ml Michinoku Onigoroshi is known for it's dry and brisk flavor. It's well-rounded flavor will complement a wide variety of dishes.
17 - Fukushima Sharaku (presently Discontinued) $0.00 - 300 ml Sharaku, the artist considered a genius of Ukiyoe, is the creator of a series of Kabuki woodblock print masterpieces, most rare and sought after today. Much like his art, Sharaku Junmai Dai Ginjyo is a painstakingly hand crafted artisan Sake, with exquisite aroma and a mellow flavor most prized in a premium Dai Ginjyo grade Sake. Each Sharaku bottle shows a classic Ukiyoe print of a Kabuki actor, from the artist's work, circa 1794. Product of Fukushima.
Sharaku W/box (presently Discontinued) $0.00 - 720 ml Sharaku, the artist considered a genius of Ukiyoe, is the creator of a series of Kabuki woodblock print masterpieces, most rare and sought after today. Much like his art, Sharaku Junmai Dai Ginjyo is a painstakingly hand crafted artisan Sake, with exquisite aroma and a mellow flavor most prized in a premium Dai Ginjyo grade Sake. Each Sharaku bottle shows a classic Ukiyoe print of a Kabuki actor, from the artist's work, circa 1794. Product of Fukushima.
Yaemon $10.00 - 300 ml The Yamatogawa Brewery was founded in 1790. The Fukushima Prefecture is well known as a fertile region for rice production. Abundant fresh water from the heavy winter snows gives this place the name "Water County". Yamatogawa produces the rice in company-owned rice fields. The rice is grown with environmentally friendly methods, such as minimal insecticide and no chemical fertilizers.
Yaemon $20.00 - 720ml The Yamatogawa Brewery was founded in 1790. The Fukushima Prefecture is well known as a fertile region for rice production. Abundant fresh water from the heavy winter snows gives this place the name"Water County". Yamatogawa produces the rice in company-owned rice fields. The rice is grown with environmentally friendly methods, such as minimal insecticide and no chemical fertilizers.
Yaemon Jdg $13.00 - 300 ml "Yumeno Kaori" rice was developed by the Agricultural Research Centre of Fukushima. This special Sake rice is suitable for cultivation in this particular region's climate. When this rice is brewed with "Yume Yeast", which was developed by the same institution, the produced Sake creates a very high quality aroma. When poured in the glass, a passionate frangrance flows and the delicate flovour is greatly satisfying.
Yaemon Jdg $25.00 - 720 ml "Yumeno Kaori" rice was developed by the Agricultural Research Centre of Fukushima. This special Sake rice is suitable for cultivation in this particular region's climate. When this rice is brewed with "Yume Yeast", which was developed by the same institution, the produced Sake creates a very high quality aroma. When poured in the glass, a passionate frangrance flows and the delicate flovour is greatly satisfying.
Yaemon Nigori Tsuki Akari "Moonlight" $16.00 - 300 ml x 2 The name Tsuki Akari stems from its pale moonlight hue.
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19 - Yamaguchi Dassai 23 $80.00 - 720 ml Using the best ingredients, with old-fashioned experience, and cutting edge technology, the brewery staff go to extremes to create this pinnacle of refined elegance. Polished to an unprecedented and highly difficult 23% polish ratio, Dassai Junmai Dai Ginjyo offers a delicate fruity aroma and a refined flavor. Gold medal recipient at 2002 Mon de Selection. A new shipment is expect in early July.
Dassai 23 $35.00 - 300 ml Using the best ingredients, with old-fashioned experience, and cutting edge technology, the brewery staff go to extremes to create this pinnacle of refined elegance. Polished to an unprecedented and highly difficult 23% polish ratio, Dassai Junmai Dai Ginjyo offers a delicate fruity aroma and a refined flavor. Gold medal recipient at 2002 Mon de Selection.
Dassai 39 $39.00 - 720 ml Enjoy the flowery and expertly-balanced Dassai 39 Junmai Daiginjo's pleasant and addictive notes of ripe pineapples, mangoes, apples and pears.
Dassai 50 Junmai Dai Ginjyo $28.00 - 720 ml Replaces Dassai Junmai Gingyo.
Dassai 50 Junmai Dai Ginjyo $11.50 - 300 ml Replaces Dassai Junmai Gingyo.
Dassai Beyond W/box $620.00 - 720 ml Dassai Beyond was created to be above Dassai 23. Not just competing by the rice polishing rate (which is more than 23 and a highly guarded secret), every single ingredient and process were improved in the making of this sake.
Dassai Nigori $12.00 - 300 ml The Otter Fest nigori is a full-flavored, semi-dry Sake.
20 - Ibaragi Sudachi $20.00 - 750 ml Brewed with natural Sudachi (citron - a Japanese type lime) citrus juice, this product of Tokushima, received the prestigious Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries Award of Excellence. Ingredients: Molasses, Sudachi Juice Type: Koh-Rui
Takeno Tsuyu $11.00 - 300 ml With the natural elements which bless this rice producing area in the northern region of Honshu, Takeno Tsuyu blends select quality rice with pure water from it's underground springs. The fragrance has depth and the palate carries a full body which lingers. Previous Nihonshu-Do (+2.5)
21 - Shimane Gassan W/box - (presently Discontinued) $0.00 - 720 ml Successive leaders of the Hirose Clan of the Edo period so valued the Ochanomizu spring waters that they used it for their highly regarded tea ceremonies. Brewers of Gassan Junmai Ginjyo also use the same revered water. Starting with a subtle impact, it has a smooth yet noticeable body, and a fading acidity for an overall sophisticated drink.
22 - Gifu Nagaragawa Sparkling Nigori $22.50 - 300 ml x 2 The Symphony Nigori Sake! Nature music fills the air at this brewery to produce a most unique sparkling unfiltered Sake. Nagaragawa's milky white brew is effervescent, clean and refreshing, more dry than most Nigori Sake to suit many dishes. Through a patented trade secret process, nature music converts natural spring waters in to a most "perfect" water molecule - it's scientifically proven! Keep under refrigeration and serve chilled.
23 - Okinawa Mizuho Awamori $30.00 - 750 ml Mizuho Shuzo has been brewing awamori for 150 years, since the time of the Ryukyu Dynasty. This Awamori-style Shochu, with a rich flavor and taste, traces it's roots to a brewery built underground, the largest in Okinawa 40 proof Ingredient: Thai Rice Type: Otsu-Rui Koji: Black
Shimauta Awamori $23.00 - 750 ml 48 proof Awamori. Product of Okinawa. Ingredient: Thai Rice Koji: Black Distillation: Atmospheric
24 - Nagano Kanchiku $62.00 - 1.8L A product of nature all harvested locally, Kanchiku uses Nagano grown Miyamanishiki rice and Yatsugatake underground spring waters. It is intentionally brewed during the sub-freezing months around minus 15 degrees Celcius, to arrive at the Toji's ideal brew. The name depicts a rare species of bamboo which sprout in winter.
Kanchiku $16.00 - 300ml A product of nature all harvested locally, Kanchiku uses Nagano grown Miyamanishiki rice and Yatsugatake underground spring waters. It is intentionally brewed during the sub-freezing months around minus 15 degrees Celsius, to arrive at the Toji's ideal brew. The name depicts a rare species of bamboo which sprout in winter.
Kanchiku W/box $35.00 - 720 ml A product of nature all harvested locally, Kanchiku uses Nagano grown Miyamanishiki rice and Yatsugatake underground spring waters. It is intentionally brewed during the sub-freezing months around minus 15 degrees Celcius, to arrive at the Toji's ideal brew. The name depicts a rare species of bamboo which sprout in winter.
25 - Iwate Nanbu Bijin $57.00 - 720 ml Reminiscent of seasoned fruits, Nanbu Bijin Dai Ginjyo achieves its elegant aroma with the use of Yamadanishiki and Gin-Ginga Sake rice.
Nanbu Bijin $12.00 - 300 ml Using 100% locally grown Gin-Otome Sake rice, Nanbu Bijin is produced to bring out the flavor of rice to it's fullest. By eliminating the carbon filtration and storing Sake below 41 degrees F, Nanbu Bijin retains it's lively fresh aroma and clean flavor. Serve chilled at 50 degrees F, to fully appreciate it's offerings.
Nanbu Bijin W/box $29.50 - 720 ml Using 100% locally grown Gin-Otome Sake rice, Nanbu Bijin is produced to bring out the flavor of rice to it's fullest. By eliminating the carbon filtration and storing Sake below 41 degrees F, Nanbu Bijin retains it's lively fresh aroma and clean flavor. Serve chilled at 50 degrees F, to fully appreciate it's offerings.
26 - Chiba Jinyu 100 Poems W/box $30.00 - 720ml This full bodied Sake is a celebration to Hyakunin Isshu. The famous 13th century volume contains a compilation of 100 greatest Tanka poems, spanning a period of 800 years. Tanka poetry is a highly stylized art form. At the height of Tanka poetry, poetress, Ono no Komachi, whose likeness is depicted on the bottle, left behind a rich collection of her uniquely passionate, sensative, and delicate works. Sold exclusively for the US International Market and at the Duty-Free shop in Narita International.
Kinoene Yuu Ga (discontinued) $00.00 - 300 ml Kinoene Yuu Ga is a product of Iinuma Honke, which has been producing fine Sake for over 3500 years. The current owner is 14 generations from the original founder. Iinuma is pleased to present their proud products for the first time in the United States. The combination of Yamada and Omachi Saske rice makes a very soft gentle and subtle Sake.
Kinoene Yuu Ga (presently Discontinued) $0.00 - 720 ml Kinoene Yuu Ga is a product of Iinuma Honke, which has been producing fine Sake for over 3500 years. The current owner is 14 generations from the original founder. Iinuma is pleased to present their proud products for the first time in the United States. The combination of Yamada and Omachi Saske rice makes a very soft gentle and subtle Sake.
27 - Fukuoka Choya Kokuto $25.00 - 750 ml This Ume liqueur is brewed using 100% domestically grown Ume plums, blended with raw black sugar, black rum, and black vinegar. For more information on Choya products and recipes, please visit www.choya.com
28 - Wakayama Choya Excellent Ume $27.00 - 720 ml Made with premium Ume (plum) fruit from the Kishu region and French Brandy, Excellent is a very special Ume liqueur. Received the 2006 Monde Selection Brusseles Gold Medal For more information on Choya products and recipes, please visit www.choya.com
Choya Sarari Wine $19.00 - 1L Straight type of umeshu (liqueur) with lower alcohol and less sugar.
Choya Ume Blanc - Discontinued $0.00 - 500ml Sweet & citrusy, with a nose of ripe peach. Gentle sweetness with an elegant touch of acidity.
Choya Umeshu (no Fruit) $14.00 - 750 ml Junmai sake flavored from Kishu. Same product without the fruit. For more information on Choya products and recipes, please visit www.choya.com
Choya Umeshu -discontinued $22.50 - 720 ml Junmai sake flavored with ume from Kishu. For more information on Choya products and recipes, please visit www.choya.com
Choya Umeshu With Fruit $23.00 - 750 ml Traditional home-made style sake with fruit. For more information on Choya products and recipes, please visit www.choya.com
29 - Fukui Born Gold Junmai Dai Ginjyo (with Gold Flakes) $28.00 - 720ml This unique sake uses a proprietary yeast strain that is considerably toned down when compared to many of the Born sakes from Katoukichibee Shouten.
Born Muroka Nama Genshu $39.00 - 720 ml This is the most popular sake in the BORN series. Whether served chilled, on the rocks, or warmed, this Champion sake boasts outstanding flavor in all the respective drinking styles.
Born Nihon No Tsubasa $123.00 - 720ml This incredibly aromatic sake won the Grand Prix at the international Sake Festival in London in July 2000. Originally named Born:Gin no Tsubasa, it was renamed Nihon no Tsubasa (Wing of Japan) in commemoration of this event. The name has since been registered as a trademark in the United States in 2003.
Born Yume Wa Masayume W/box "dreams Come True" $220.00 - 1L Fermented for 5 years under very controlled temperatures, this Junmai Dai Ginjo has a very mellow and elegant aroma. It's smooth and velvety flavor make it a great Sake to celebrate with when your dreams come true. In Japan's National Liqueur Competition of Autumn 2003, "Yume wa Masayume" won the first prize for an aged sake.
30 - Ehime Yumetsukiyo $15.00 - 300 ml Dreamy Moon
31 - Aomori Otokoyama Toku Junmai $27.00 - 720 ml Extremely Dry Sake
Otokoyama Toku Junmai $12.00 - 300 ml Extremely Dry Sake
Otokoyama Toku Junmai $52.00 - 1.8 L Extremely Dry Sake