Morikawa Brewery’s sake.

Hakuko Daiginjo 40 “Sarasouju” Shizuku

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Brewed to the Soft Water Brewing Method traditional to Hiroshima brewers. Distinguished by gorgeous aromatics and a soft, silken texture. This highest-quality daiginjō sake is collected drop by drop by the time-consuming shizuku method in which the fermenting mash is strung up and suspended in cloth bags. Each bottle of the limited edition is numbered. 続きを読む

Hakuko Daiginjo 40 “Sarasouju”

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Made 100% with what is said to be Japan’s finest brewing rice, Yamada Nishiki from a “Special A” growing region of Hyogo Prefecture. Created according to the Soft Water Brewing Method of the traditional Hiroshima school of brewing, the foundation of ginjo-style brewing. Distinguished by gorgeous aromatics and soft texture. Each bottle carries a serial number. 続きを読む

Hakuko Junmai Daiginjo 40 “Sarasouju”

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Made 100% with Yamada Nishiki from a “Special A” growing region of Hyogo Prefecture, held to be Japan’s finest. Brewed to the Soft Water Brewing Method traditional to Hiroshima brewers, which is the foundation of ginjō brewing methodology. Distinguished by comfortable aromatics, with light rice-based umami on the palate. Each bottle of the limited edition is numbered. 続きを読む

Hakuko Junmai Daiginjo 50 “Sarasouju”

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Made 100% with what is said to be Japan’s finest brewing rice, Yamada Nishiki from a “Special A” growing region of Hyogo Prefecture. Created according to the Soft Water Brewing Method of the traditional Hiroshima school of brewing, the foundation of ginjo-style brewing. An elegant dry sake with a clean finish. 続きを読む

Hakuko Junmai Ginjo “Blue Bottle”

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Each bottle of this crisp, dry junmai ginjō is decorated with a wooden tag made of Japanese cedar from Yoshino in Nara Prefecture. Soak the tag in a glass of the sake for a few moments, then stir to release the scent of the wood to make instant taru-zake. This product adds an original playful dimension to the character of Hakuko sake, deriving from ultra-soft water. 続きを読む

Hakuko Tokubetsu Junmai “Green Label”

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Classic Hakuko. Shows light melon-like aromatics, with light rice-based umami on the palate. Goes down crisply, with a light, dry-tasting finish. An all-rounder that is delicious at all temperatures, cold or heated. Particularly good with seafood. 続きを読む

Hakuko Yodanshikomi Junmai “Red Label”

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Sake is usually mashed in three stages, but we add sweet amazakein a fourth mashing stage to express sweetness and acidity. When chilled, it drinks rather like a white wine, but changes expression radically when warmed. Heated, it is a great match for suki-yaki, oden hotpot and niku-jaga. 続きを読む

Hakuko Junmaishu 70 Pink Label

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Classic Hakuko. Shows light melon-like aromatics, with light rice-based umami on the palate. Goes down crisply, with a light, dry-tasting finish. An all-rounder that is delicious at all temperatures, cold or heated. Particularly good with seafood. 続きを読む

Hakuko Tsuyahada Umeshu (plum sake) Black label

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Unlike ordinary umeshu, or plum liquor, our plums are soaked in Japanese sake. Locally cultivated plums are soaked in premium ginjo sake made with ultra-soft water; the combination creates a premium plum sake with a rich and full taste. It is easy to drink even for people who are not used to drinking Japanese sake. As it uses fructose, or fruit sugar, calorie is modest. Drinking it on the rocks is recommended. 続きを読む

Hakuko Tsuyahada Umeshu (plum sake) White label

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Unlike ordinary umeshu, or plum liquor, our plums are soaked in Japanese sake. Locally cultivated plums are soaked in sake made with ultra-soft water; the combination creates a premium plum sake with a rich and full taste. It is easy to drink even for people who don’t care for Japanese sake. As it uses fructose, or fruit sugar, calorie is modest. Drinking it on the rocks is recommended. 続きを読む