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- Fuji. Located almost in the center of Shizuoka Prefecture, which is famous for its clear streams and sweetfish, Nanbu Touji brews this sake using the underground water of the Okitsu River as the brewing water, using his secret techniques. The sake is brewed in a small ginjo brewing process with no compromises or corners cut, and the only differences between this sake and the sake entered in the competition are the type of rice used and the rice polishing ratio. Our motto is to use more than 10 varieties of rice to provide a variety of tastes and aromas for our customers to enjoy. Garyu" means a dragon hiding in the earth, a metaphor for Zhuge Liang, a hero who hid in the countryside and never had the chance to develop his ambition. We named it "Garyubai" in the hope that it will eventually be known as the most beautiful sake in the world.