Kannoko 3,500 JPY神の河
This barley shochu produced in Kagoshima, is an amber liquor which has been aged in a white oak barrel for more than three years. Because it has been matured for a long time, it has a rich aroma and mellow flavor and sells for 3,300 yen per bottle.
Kakushigura 550 JPY隠し蔵
This barley shochu produced in Kagoshima has been matured slowly in an oak barrel and has a mild and smooth flavor. A slight sweetness is its distinctive characteristic.
Zanpa 550 JPY残波
This strain of strong Okinawan liquor (called “awamori”) was born from a woman’s wish to make tasty awamori. It has a light, fruity flavor.
Hakutake 500 JPY白岳
This rice shochu produced in Kumamoto has a light taste and is easy to drink. Its elegant aroma comes from high-quality rice. We recommend mixing it with hot or cold water.
Kurokirishima 500 JPY黒霧島
This sweet potato shochu produced in Kagoshima is made with black rice malt. It has a thick, sweet, crispy taste and a refreshing feel. Bottle: 3,000 JPY
Onibi 500 JPY鬼火
This shochu is made from baked sweet potatoes in Kagoshima. Purple sweet potatoes, produced on Tanegashima Island and baked over charcoal, are used exclusively. It has a moderate but distinct sweetness, aromatic scent and a rich taste.
Satsumabeni 500 JPY薩摩紅
This sweet potato shochu produced in Kagoshima is made from “Benisatsuma,” a kind of sweet potato whose sweetness and tastiness have made it hugely popular. It has a fruity aroma and a clear taste.
Ikkomon 550 JPY一刻者
This sweet potato shochu produced in Kagoshima is made from 100% sweet potato. As its name implies (“ikkomon” means “stubborn guy”), scrupulous attention is paid to every aspect of the production process. It has a profound, thick taste.
Tomi no Houzan 600 JPY富乃宝山
A citrus-like, refreshing aroma and clear taste make this sweet potato shochu produced in Kagoshima the perfect accompaniment to Japanese dishes.
Umeshu (plum wine) and Sake
Komasa no Umeshu 500 JPY小正の梅酒
This umeshu (plum liquor) made by a shochu brewery in Kagoshima is made by soaking Aoume green plums in authentic shochu. Its mellow fragrance and thick taste convey a homemade quality, and make it an approachable liquor.
Echigo Tsurukame Kokuto Nigori Umeshu 600 JPY越後鶴亀黒糖にごり梅酒
This umeshu is made by a Japanese sake brewery in Niigata. Domestic, fully ripe ume, brown sugar and honey are used for this cloudy umeshu.
Mikawabushi Honjozo From 400 JPY三河武士 本醸造
This is a locally produced and consumed sake made from rice produced in Aichi. It goes well with miso dishes, and is refreshing when consumed with tidbits. 180ml: 650JPY
Hakkaisan Tokubetsu-honjozo From 480 JPY八海山 特別本醸造
This Japanese sake produced in Niigata is a well-balanced, choice sake. It has a profound taste both warmed or cold. 180ml: 850JPY
Kenkonichi Tokubetsu-junmai From 480 JPY乾坤一 特別純米
This Japanese sake produced in Miyagi has a soft flavor, and a clear, firm aftertaste with the flavor of melted rice. It is perfect for meals. 180ml: 850JPY
Izumihashi “Megumi” Junmai From 500 JPYいづみ橋「恵」 純米
This Japanese sake produced in Kanagawa has a light dry taste and goes well with any kind of dish. Its flavor is of the type that sets off the deliciousness of foodstuffs. 180ml: 850JPY
Shimeharitsuru Junmai-ginjo From 550 JPY〆張鶴 純米吟醸
This Japanese sake produced in Niigata has a faint sweetness that spreads in your mouth. It has a mild and smooth taste. 180ml: 950JPY
Horaisen Wa Junmai-ginjo From 550 JPY蓬莱泉 純米吟醸 和
A Japanese sake produced in Aichi, it has a flower-like clean fragrance and a complexity of taste with an elegant sweetness that spreads in your mouth. 180ml: 950JPY
Ichinokura Suzune 1,800 JPY一の蔵 すず音
This sparkling Japanese sake produced in Miyagi, as its name implies, has fine bubbles that sound like bells. It goes down smoothly like champagne. 300ml bottle.
Hakkaisan Happonigori 2,600 JPY八海山 発泡にごり
This sparkling Japanese sake produced in Niigata is a cloudy sake with a gorgeous fragrance. It is a flexible drink that goes well with any kind of food, whether its a big dinner or a fruity dessert. 360ml bottle.