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Honda Shoten Co.,LtdHyogo
- Since the Genroku era (1688-1704), he has devoted himself to sake brewing as the sole director of the Banshu Toji clan. The sake brewery was established in Aboshi in 1921. Located in Hyogo Prefecture, where Yamadanishiki, the king of sake rice, is produced, Ryuryoku uses the highest quality Yamadanishiki produced in the special A district. The brewery uses the best quality Yamada-Nishiki produced in the highest quality Special A district, and is dedicated to the rice with the idea that "rice sake tastes like rice. 〜We aim to create a world where people in Japan and around the world can enjoy sake. Founded in 1921. The brewery is located in Himeji City, Hyogo Prefecture. Hyogo Prefecture is a major producer of Yamada-Nishiki, the king of sake rice. For about 40 years now, the brewery has been brewing mainly daiginjo-style sake, using 100% rice suitable for sake brewing under the policy of "rice sake tastes like rice. Ryu-ryoku has also been searching for the best ingredients and researching the soil. Every brewer wants to make delicious sake. As time has progressed and information exchange has become easier, it has become possible to make "delicious sake". Ryu-ryoku has faced the question, "What is delicious? Ryu-ryoku has faced the question, "What is good taste? We have found the answer to this question. It is "a beautiful sake with a sense of the climate and soil characteristics. Ryuriki's answer to this question was to find the answer in the concept of "terroir". I believe this is necessary for sake to be greatly appreciated around the world. We believe that our efforts to create a Japanese terroir will be a step beyond "good sake" to "great sake.