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Kessen Sekigahara Junmaidaiginjo Namagakoiuijin East(E)
- The aroma is reminiscent of pineapple, and the robust flavor of the sake spreads in the mouth. The lingering flavor disappears in the mouth, and if enjoyed well chilled, it is a comfortable and easy-to-drink sake. There are various theories, but this sake, made with rice from the eastern part of Japan and yeast that produces an ajiginjo, represents the Eastern Army in the Battle of Sekigahara series. It is a freshly pressed "ubusake" sake.
- Junmai Daiginjo
- Rice and Rice koji
- Dewa Brilliant
- The flavor of the sake brings out the flavor of the tempura sauce, and the alcohol, which is unique to raw tempura, cuts through the oil.