Using Yamada Nishiki brewer’s rice 100%. Elegant and rich mouthfeel without any added alcohol. Being served chilled gives you refreshing note and you can enjoy the nice aroma and roundness if it’s served with room temperature.
PrizeSilver Medal, IWC2019 Daiginjo Category
TypeRefreshing Smooth Type
BreweryTanaka Shuzoten -Ibaraki-
Dry or SweetSlightly Sweet
TasteSlightly sweet but not too sweet and easy-to-drink. It brings out the flavor of dishes. Round taste makes you feel relaxed.
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