Shirakabegura

白壁蔵

Prefecture: Hyogo

This brewery is located in Nada, one of Japan’s foremost sake making regions.
Their unique approach combines modern facilities with traditional methods. Here, a passionate team uses artisan techniques to brew stunning sake, almost entirely by hand.

  • Mio Sparkling

    Type of Sake:Sparkling
    Rice Variety:Gohyakumangoku
    Rice Polish Ratio/ABV:60% / 5%
    Best Served:Chilled

    This gently carbonated, low-alcohol sake showcases the natural sweetness and fruitiness of rice. A great introductory sake, ideal as an aperitif or served with a light sweet course, such as fruit or sorbet.

  • Shirakabegura Daiginjo 35

    Type of Sake:Sake-based fruit liqueur
    Rice Variety:Akebono and others
    Rice Polish Ratio/ABV:- / 5%
    Best Served:Chilled

    A complex nose of orange-infused chocolate, dark cherry and cranberry leads into a rich and intense intermingling of candied melon, aniseed, jasmine and Earl Grey tea, with date and candy floss sweetness. Outstanding with butter chicken, miso marinades and Mozzarella.

  • Takara Kyo Yuzu

    Type of Sake:Fruit liqueuer
    Rice Variety:-
    Rice Polish Ratio/ABV:- / 12%
    Best Served:Chilled

    This clean, fresh liqueur is made using yuzu citrus grown in Kyoto. The balance of tangy and sweet works well with desserts such as cheesecake and sorbet. Or it can be served mixed with sparkling wine as a welcome cocktail.

Please drink responsibly.
HYPER JAPAN will operate a Challenge 25 policy during the event, so those who are particularly youthful in appearance may be asked for proof of age.
HYPER JAPAN reserves the right to refuse service of alcohol to customers.
Please be considerate of others when consuming alcohol as many visitors will be underage.
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