Junmai-shu

“Izumibashi Kuro Tonbo”Ki-moto

  • Yamadanishiki grown in Ebina
  • Seimai-buai 65%
  • Kojibuta, Fukuroshibori, bottled storage
  • Recommend to drink warm.
  • 1800ml 3,333 yen + tax
  • 720ml 1,714 yen + tax

“Izumibashi Megumi” Red label

  • Yamadanishiki grown in Ebina
  • Seimai-buai 65%
  • Junmai-shu raw sake slightly rich taste. Recommend to drink cold or warm. Fit excellent with strong taste such as BBQ and rich source flavor.
  • 1800ml 2,800 yen + tax
  • 720ml 1,400 yen + tax

“Megumi Ebinako-chi” 80%

  • Yamadanishiki grown in Ebina
  • Seimai-buai 80%
  • Junmai-shu using low polishing rice with dry taste. Fit excellent with Japanese meal with “Dashi”, salty flavor, Yakitori (grilled chicken).
  • 1800ml 2,600 yen + tax
  • 720ml 1,300 yen + tax

“Akane Izumibashi”Yamahai-moto

  • Rice grown in own rice fields
  • Seimai-buai 70%
  • Grown in own rice fields. 93% reduced the usage of agrichemicals from Kanagawa prefectural regulation.
  • 1800ml 3,200 yen + tax
  • 720ml 1,600 yen + tax

“Shinriki Izumibashi”Yamahai-moto

  • Rice grown by Mr. Ikegami in Zama
  • Seimai-buai 70%
  • 1800ml 3,238 yen + tax
  • 720ml 1,619 yen + tax

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