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Tatsuriki Okuyokawa Kimoto Junmaidaiginjo
- Yoshikawa-cho, Miki City, Hyogo Prefecture, is a special A district for Yamadanishiki sake rice. Among these areas, Oku-Yoshikawa is known as the "Grand Cru of Japan. Furthermore, modern soil analysis has proven that the rice fields in the "Kanakai" and "Okutani" areas, which have long produced high-quality Yamada-Nishiki, have extremely high mineral content, which is necessary for cultivation. Such luxurious sake rice is polished to 35%, brewed in the traditional Kimoto style, and finished with Kumamoto yeast. You will enjoy its elegant and gorgeous aroma and refined, high-quality flavor.
- Junmai Daiginjo
- Rice and Rice koji
- Yamadanishiki produced in Yoshikawa-cho, Special A District, Hyogo Prefecture
- Goes well with a fine lean beef fillet steak. The sake envelops and enhances the flavor of the meat.