Junmai Ginjo

The Ginjo flavor of this sake brings images of early autumn to mind. Initially light and bitter, it has a smooth aftertaste that will leave you wanting more. Shichiken is enjoyed by sake lovers everywhere.

Classification: Junmai Ginjo (Nama-Chozo)
Polishing Rate: 57%
Rice Grain: Yume-Sansui
SMV: +1.0
Acidity: 1.7
Location: Yamanashi
Producer: Yamanashi Meijo Co., Ltd.
Size: 300ml, 720ml, 1.8L

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Onakaya Tobin Gakoi

From the town of Hakushu, where some of the best quality water comes from in Japan, this is a Junmai Daiginjo Tobin Gakoi sake which is brewed using the underground water flowing from Minami-Alps' Mt.Kaikoma. The sake-brewing suitable rice is finely polished to 37% and is pressed without pressure. Please enjoy the essence of sake called "Dripped Sake", which is carefully made with the drops that dripped naturally from the sake bag.

Classification: Junmai Daiginjo (Shizuku-sake)
Polishing Rate: 37%
Rice Grain: Yamadanishiki
SMV:
Acidity:
Location: Yamanashi
Producer: Yamanashi Meijo Co., Ltd.
Size: 720ml