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Hououbiden Kanbashi Junmaiginjyosyu
- Fujita Farm's rice cultivation, which continues to challenge itself to be completely pesticide-free, relies on the power of all of nature, from the horseshoe shrimps and bountiful shrimp that live in the rice paddies to the invisible microorganisms. Mr. Yoshi Fujita always says, "All we humans can do is to put our gratitude into words and spirits. The first sip of this Oyamanishiki, filled with the energy of nature, thoughts, and words (kotodama), reveals a young green apple or pineapple-like ginjo aroma and a powerful sake quality, followed by a surprisingly delicate and beautifully lingering aftertaste. It can be enjoyed cold or lukewarm.
- Junmai Ginjo
- Rice and Rice koji
MILANO SAKE CHALLENGE 2019 Junmai Ginjo Sake Category (GOLD Winner)
IWC 2013 Junmai Ginjo-Shu and Junmai Daiginjo-Shu Category (BRONZE Winner)
Other Western Cuisine
- It goes well with soups and salads with plenty of vegetables.