Daiginjo "Kannihonkai Aranami" -720ml / 12bottles-
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|Volume||720ml (per bottle)|
|Number of Bottles||12 bottles (as 1 case)|
|Dry or Sweet||Dry|
|Raw Material||Rice, Rice malt, Distilled alcohol|
|Variety of Rice||Yamadanishiki|
|Taste||Lively refreshing taste, good clean aftertaste|
|Aroma||Light and rich aroma|
|Rice Milling Level||35%|
|Sake Meter Value||5|
|Amino Acid Degree||1|
Nuts and Bolts
Pairs well with simple flavors.
- salt-grilled sweetfish
- marinated swordfish
Nihonkai Shuzo -Shimane-
Brewery located in Chugoku-Shikoku
Misumicho Minatora, Hamada-shi, Shimane
Established in 1888.
In March 1950, we changed the company name from Naka Shuzou Limited (derived from the old place name) to Nihonkai Shuzou Co., Ltd. in the hope that we would become a SAKE brewer as widely loved as the Nihonkai, or Sea of Japan.
The current president, Shinji Fujita, is the fifth generation head of the company. We are engaged in developing the business of "SAKE brewing" with the "value" of our products in mind and without being influenced by price.
SAKE has been closely tied to regional traditions and food culture since ancient times. For example, SAKE features as a precious drink used by Susanoo-no-mikoto in his defeat of a great serpent (he used it to put the serpent to sleep) in the most famous folk tale of the regional performing art of Iwami Kagura. Also, because of the abundance of seafood products in the coastal area of Hamada, there was a demand for SAKE that goes well with them. In Shimane prefecture, where sweet SAKE is popularly supported, Tajima Toji was first adopted as a result of seeking not just sweetness but "kire" (crisp aftertaste), because it was thought to go well with seafood products.
By developing new types of products while also protecting the taste that has been loved by the local people of Iwami, we aim to brew SAKE that will be supported and enjoyed by many different people.
The ocean is the emotional home of the Japanese people, and our philosophy of SAKE brewing is to make "SAKE that connects the hearts and minds of people" born within that great bosom.