1 / 2
Garyubai Junmaiginjo Ukiyoegara
- Junmai Ginjo-shu is a junmai ginjo-shu that can be served warm or cold, depending on the dish. It has a subtle hint of fragrance, a full and crisp flavor, and a sharpness that keeps you from getting tired of drinking it. The ukiyoe on the label was painted in the Edo period (1603-1867), and the barrel behind the two young men is marked "Garyubai" (臥龍梅), which is an exact reproduction of the original ukiyoe.
- Junmai Ginjo
- Rice and Rice koji
IWC (International Wine Challenge) SAKE 2019 commended
THE FINE SAKE AWARD 2020 gold (first-place) prize
- Sashimi and anything else.