A new brand with a sense of freshness. Refreshing taste and faint sweetness. Serve chilled and enjoy
[ Japanese food ] [Fried food]
It has a refreshing sweetness and the second half is sour and can be cut quickly, so it goes well with oily foods
Brewery: Ikeda Shuzou
Sake Type: Clean & Fresh
Polish Ratio: 55%
Rice: Kyo no Kagayaki 78% Iwai 21%
Ikeda Sake Brewery, located in Maizuru City, known as the "Kyoto by the Sea," was established in the 12th year of the Meiji era. Their aim is to create sake that brings a smile to your face when you drink it. They strive to produce a versatile and enjoyable sake that can complement a wide range of meals, offering a gentle spread of rice umami that enhances the flavors of the dishes. Their focus is on crafting a sake that brings a sense of happiness and satisfaction when consumed, rather than relying on strong aromas or distinct flavors.
Kyoto is located in a valley, part of the Yamashiro (or Kyoto) Basin, in the eastern part of the mountainous region known as the Tamba highlands. The Yamashiro Basin is surrounded on three sides by mountains known as Higashiyama, Kitayama and Nishiyama, with a maximum height of approximately 1,000 meters (3,281 ft) above sea level.
Kyoto sits atop a large natural water table that provides the city with ample freshwater wells.