This ginjo-shu is carefully brewed with yeast which is used Fukushima prefecture's original rice suitable for sake brewing "Yume no Kaori" (rice polishing rate 58%) as raw material rice. The aroma is mild, it is easy to drink, and you can enjoy the delicious taste of beautiful products
Sashimi, Grilled fish, Oden
Brewery: Sasanokawa Shuzou
Sake Type: Smooth & Round
Polish Ratio: 58%
Seasons pass in Bandai Oroshi, bringing peace to Koriyama. The sake brewing of "Sasanokawa," established in 1765, has endured the challenges of different eras. Just as the sake is strengthened by harsh winters, the brewery strives to grow even stronger. Over generations, they have realized that overcoming adversity leads to the creation of gentle and harmonious sake. Their brewing philosophy values experiencing the joy of everyday life rather than clinging to rigid ideas. The importance of the invisible wind, like the northern wind of Michinoku and the fragrant spring breeze, is deeply cherished in their process. The brewery's name, "Sasanokawa," symbolizes their resilience, resembling the flexible bamboo grass that withstands strong winds.
Fukushima is the capital and Iwaki is the largest city of Fukushima Prefecture, with other major cities including Kōriyama, Aizuwakamatsu, and Sukagawa. Fukushima Prefecture is located on Japan's eastern Pacific coast at the southernmost part of the Tōhoku region, and is home to Lake Inawashiro, the fourth-largest lake in Japan. Fukushima
Prefecture is the third-largest prefecture of Japan (after Hokkaido and Iwate Prefecture) and divided by mountain ranges into the three regions of Aizu, Nakadōri, and Hamadōri.