This sake has a clear, crisp and dry taste, which goes well with any kind of dish. It also tastes good when it is lightly warmed.
Itaru Junmai-ginjo 180ml 920 JPY / 90ml 490 JPY
This is a luxurious sake made from the brand-name rice: Yamadanishiki, which is cultivated for sake making. 55% of Yamadanishiki rice is milled away, and yet the good thing about this sake is its high cost performance. It also has a gentle fragrance, elegant sweetness and firm, crispy aftertaste.
This is a limited sake, specially ordered by the restaurant chain, NOBU, (which originated in Japan and charms large numbers of celebrities around the world). It has a rich aroma unique to daiginjo (a top-quality sake brewed from rice grains milled down to 50% or less of their weight) as well as, a sensitive flavor and a light aftertaste.
Manotsuru Daiginjo 180ml 1,780 JPY / 90ml 940 JPY
This sake has a light flavor and a refreshing fragrance reminiscent of apples. We recommend it to ladies and people who do not like Japanese sake very much. It is a representative brand of Manotsuru, selected as one of the drink options for AIRFRANCE flights, as well as, in first and business classes on Vietnam Airlines flights.
Toki-roman 180ml 1,100 JPY / 90ml 600 JPY
All of the rice used for this sake is produced by contract farmers, certified by Sado City, employing farming methods aimed at enabling people to coexist with toki (crested ibises) and various kinds of wildlife. Enjoy the fruity flavor and natural sweetness of Koshihikari rice.