Koshino Megumi

越乃めぐみ

Prefecture: Toyama

Kisaki brand is the finest in rice wine, crafted by masters of rice farming and brewing. This is a pure rice great scrutinized fermentation sake made with clear stream water of the Tateyama mountains, known as the Japan Alps, and the finest brand Yamada-nishiki rice, grown using that same, top-class water. To create the finest sake, the brewers have scrutinized exactly how to cultivate the rice, how to select it, and how to polish it. These master blenders handpick and polish only the best sake rice by ascertaining its flavor and condition as though searching for a single grain in a million.

  • Kisaki 28

    Type of Sake: Junmai Daiginjo
    Rice Variety: Yamadanishiki
    Rice Polish Ratio/ABV: 28% / 15%
    Best Served: Chilled

    This sake made its debut in summer of 2018. "Kisaki 28 / 后28 | Junmai-daiginjo” is made with rice polished to 28%, the highest grade in the sake brewing industry. It is crafted for a pure and untainted flavor that will impress even the most knowledgeable master of sake-tasting.

    This sake is able to purchased at JapaPage booth.

  • Kisaki 50

    Type of Sake: Junmai Daiginjo
    Rice Variety: Yamadanishiki
    Rice Polish Ratio/ABV: 50% / 15%
    Best Served: Chilled

    This sake made its debut in summer of 2018. "Kisaki 50 / 后50 | Junmai-daiginjo" is made to draw out the umami of the rice used to make it, and when you sip it, the distinctive sweetness of a scrutinized fermentation sake will fill your mouth.

    This sake is able to purchased at JapaPage booth.

  • Ichiryu Issui

    Type of Sake: Junmai Daiginjo
    Rice Variety: Yamadanishiki
    Rice Polish Ratio/ABV: 50% / 15.5%
    Best Served: Chilled

    This sake, "Ichiryu Issui / 一粒一水", is crafted only from the quality rice grown in Goda, a location watered by clear streams from the Mt. Tate range, and it evokes the flavor of each and every grain. The Goda area cultivates varieties of rice such as Yamada-nishiki, the pinnacle of sake rice, and this sake is made solely using rice of that area. It is crafted in collaboration with a brewery that, since its founding over 100 years ago, has specialized only in junmai-shu. We hope you’ll enjoy the flavor of every single grain of only the finest rice that is used to brew this sake.

    This sake is able to purchased at JapaPage booth.

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