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Akitabare Suirakuten "Heaven of Tipsy Delight" Daiginjo (720ml) Akitabare Shunsetsu "Spring Snow" Nama Honjozo (720ml) Chikurin Karoyaka "Lightness" Organic Junmai Ginjo (300ml)
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Akitabare Suirakuten Heaven of Tipsy Delight Daiginjo Akitabare Shunsetsu Spring Snow Nama Honjozo Chikurin Karoyaka Lightness Organic Junmai Ginjo


Akitabare Suirakuten "Heaven of Tipsy Delight" Daiginjo is aged for two years after brewing, allowing this particularly nuanced sake the opportunity to develop luscious, juicy melon and muscat grape characteristics. While gentle, this is a daiginjo that will keep you fascinated to the last glass.


Akitabare Shunsetsu "Spring Snow," made from the Gin no Sei rice variety, is an ultra-light sake with just a hint of sweetness. An excellent pairing for dishes like edamame, tofu, and seafood salad, this elegant sake is best enjoyed chilled.

More restrained in its aromatics than most junmai ginjos, Chikurin Karoyaka offers a light, dry palate with beautifully balanced acidity and delicate notes of cherry, melon and fresh herbs. 
Chokaisan Junmai Daiginjo (720ml) Dewatsuru Kimoto Junmai (720ml) Dewazakura Tobiroku "Festival of Stars" Sparkling Sake (300ml)
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Chokaisan Junmai Daiginjo Dewatsuru Kimoto Junmai Dewazakura Tobiroku Festival of Stars Sparkling Sake

Gold Medal - International Sake Challenge 2008
Silver Medal - US National Sake Appraisal 2008
Chokaisan is created using a new strain of yeast derived from flowers, which results in an intensely aromatic sake with bold floral notes complemented by hints of pear and melon. Balanced, smooth, and semi-dry, it pairs perfectly with oysters, cheeses, nuts, or creamy pasta dishes.

Produced in the original Kimoto brewing method, this old-style sake is full-bodied and mellow with high acidity. Earthy notes of mushroom, herb, and mineral complement grilled vegetables, fish, or chicken.


Produced with a secondary fermentation in the bottle--much like Champagne--this sake is a festive treat for any occasion. Crisp, dry and effervescent, Dewazakura Tobiroku "Festival of Stars" is minimally filtered to maintain its round, satisfying flavor.
Dewazakura Oka "Cherry Bouquet" Ginjo (300ml) Hiro Junmai Sake (300ml) Hiro Junmai Ginjo Sake (300ml)
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Dewazakura Oka Cherry Bouquet Ginjo Hiro Junmai Sake Hiro Junmai Ginjo Sake

This ginjo sake is light and refreshing, with a delightful, flowery bouquet and a touch of pear and melon on the palate.

Platinum Award & "Best In Class" - SIP Awards 2012
Double Gold Medal & "Best in Show" - NY World Wine & Spirits Competition 2012
Silver Medal - San Francisco International Wine Competition 2012

92 Points (Chairman's Trophy) - Ultimate Wine Challenge 2013
Inspired by the ancient recipe of Hiroemon Takeda, the renowned Samurai and sake connoisseur, Hiro is crafted by the brewery's renowned Toji (master brewer) using only specially polished rice from the Niigata Region. On the nose, Hiro Junmai displays inviting earthy aromas, accented by pear, banana and creamy vanilla nougat. The palate is light and delicate with a subtle sweetness complementing notes of melon, tapioca and white pepper. Serve warm or as an aperitif.

Gold Medal - SIP Awards 2012
Gold Medal - NY World Wine & Spirits Competition 2012
Silver Medal & "Highly Recommended" - BTI 2011

92 Points (Chairman's Trophy) - Ultimate Wine Challenge 2013
Inspired by the ancient recipe of Hiroemon Takeda, the renowned Samurai and sake connoisseur, Hiro is crafted by the brewery's renowned Toji (master brewer) using only specially polished rice from the Niigata Region. Hiro Junmai Ginjo offers a bright nose of banana, spicy pear custard and vanilla maple nut fudge which leads to a crisp, fruit-forward palate accented by savory notes of sweet potato bread and white mushroom. Enjoy chilled, over ice or in your favorite cocktail.
Hoyo "Fair Maiden" Kura no Hana Junmai Daiginjo (500ml) Hoyo "Genji" Shining Prince Kura no Hana Tokubetsu Junmai (720ml) Kaku-Rei Ume-Shu Plum Flavored Junmai Ginjo (720ml)
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Hoyo Fair Maiden Kura no Hana Junmai Daiginjo Hoyo Genji Shining Prince Kura no Hana Tokubetsu Junmai Kaku Rei Ume Shu Plum Flavored Junmai Ginjo


This daiginjo sake is almost transparently light and delicate, with a winsome natural sweetness and innocent grace that are simply irresistable. It is delicious sipped as an aperitif or served as an accompaniment to salads and light seafood dishes: it goes perfectly with lobster, scallops and any kind of white fish sashimi.


Produced by the Uchigasaki Brewery in the Miyagi Prefecture, this sake stands between junmai and ginjo sakes and offers the best of both. Hoyo "Genji" is relaxed, expressive, and beautifully aromatic.

Kaku-Rei Ume-Shu starts with Niigata prefecture junmai ginjo sake. Specially grown "Koshi-no Ume" are steeped in the sake, and then sweetened with just the right amount of sugar, resulting in a surprisingly balanced, mildly acidic and utterly delicious libation that may just change your perception of plum wine. Unlike many bottlings of ume-shu, this is nuanced, subtle and easy to pair with a variety of desserts.