Junmai ginjo

“Izumibashi Megumi” Blue label

  • Yamadanishiki grown in Ebina
  • Seimai-buai 58% 【Henpei seimai
  • Kojibuta, Fukuroshibori, Low temperature bottled storage, Kyokai sake yeast #9
  • Junmai ginjo-shu with smart dry taste. Fit excellent with vegetable and sashimi.
  • 1800 ml 2,900 yen + tax
  • 720 ml 1,500 yen + tax

Junmai ginjo-shu “Irodori Izumibashi”

  • Yamadanishiki grown in Ebina
  • Seimai-buai 58% 【Henpei seimai
  • Kojibuta, Fukuroshibori, Low temperature bottled storage, Kyokai sake yeast #14
  • Izumibashi with slightly light flavor. Recommend to drink cold. Only sake using #14 kyokai yeast in this brewery.
  • 1800 ml  3,000 yen + tax
  • 720 ml  1,500 yen + tax

Junmai ginjo-shu “Ebina no Sato”

  • Yamadanishiki grown in Ebina
  • Seimai-buai 58%【Henpei seimai
  • Kojibuta, Fukuroshibori, Low temperature bottled storage
  • Ship out matured more than one year. Junmai ginjo-shu with moisture aroma and solid flavor & acid. Good for souvenir from hometown.
  • 720 ml  2,000 yen + tax

Junmai ginjo-shu “Hajime”Yamahai-moto

  • Yamadanishiki grown in Ebina
  • Seimai-buai 58%【Henpei seimai
  • Kojibuta, Fukuroshibori, Low temperature bottled storage
  • Junmai ginjo-shu with Yamahai-moto. Recommend to drink warm.
  • 1800 ml  3,333 yen + tax
  • 720 ml  1,714 yen + tax
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