Junmai-shu "Ginpu Kunimare" -720ml / 12btls-

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/ 12 btls

€18.17 per bottle

JPY ¥28,100 (Excl. Tax) Rate: JPY 100 = EUR 0.78

Note: Invoice and payment will be charged in Japanese yen. Prices vary depending on the exchange rate.

Estimated Delivery Time : 10days - 15days.
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Fresh soft stream water from a mountainous region subjected to extremes of hot and cold is used for this brew. A mild and moderate umami pairs with a blooming umami note in the aftertaste. Recommended as a sake to drink with meals.

TypeRich Type


BreweryKunimare Shuzo

Volume 720ml (per bottle)
Number of Bottles 12 bottles (as 1 case)
Body Full Body
Dry or Sweet Slightly Dry
Raw Material Rice,Rice malt
Variety of Rice Ginpu
Appearance Slightly bright yellow
Taste A rich flavor with umami at center stage.
Aroma A mild aroma that suggests steamed rice or yogurt.
Suitable Temperature 5°C-15°C / 15°C-20°C / 35°C-40°C
Rice Milling Level 65%
Alcohol Percentage 15%
Sake Meter Value 4
Acid Degree 1.5
Amino Acid Degree 1.3

Score: 3

Aroma Low

Score: 4

Flavor Sweet

Score: 5

Body Light

Nuts and Bolts

Pairs with foods with rich flavors.

  • deep fried pork cutlet
  • sukiyaki
  • fried fish
  • cream strew
  • fried chicken

Brewery Information

Kunimare Shuzo

Brewery located in Hokkaido

Around the time of the company’s founding in 1882, Hokkaido’s western coasts boomed in the herring trade.

Kunimare Brewery got its start providing sake to fishermen.

The Mashike area has long been blessed with natural water flows, and it was known as the site from which drinking water was supplied to ships plying Japan's coasts.

The lineup of dry sakes from Japan's northernmost brewery are befitting the kind of seafood dishes you would find at local pubs in a port town.

Photo - Kunimare Shuzo
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