Fujinishiki Tokubetsu Junmai


Fujinishiki Tokubetsu Junmai


Class: Tokubetsu Junmai

Rice: Homarefuji

Rice-Polishing Ratio: 60%

Brewery Location: Shizuoka Prefecture

Food Pairings: Pairs well with a wide range of cuisine, from lighter fish dishes, such as sushi, to heavier meat dishes.

Tasting Notes: Brewed with water from Mt Fuji and Homarefuji, a sake rice developed in Shizuoka prefecture in 2006. The sake rice is sown, grown and harvested by the brewery's employees on their own fields.

This is an aromatic yet affordable sake.

Awards: London Sake Challenge 2018 Junmai Ginjo Division - Silver , U.S. National Sake Appraisal 2011 - Silver Awarded

U.S. National Sake Appraisal 2018 Ginjo Category - Honors

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Brewery: Fujinishiki Sake Brewery
Founded: 1688

Profile: Fujinishiki brewery is located in Fujimomiya city, at the southern foot of Mt. Fuji in Shizuoka prefecture. It is family owned since it's founding in 1688 and is currently operated by the 18th generation. Fujinishiki have always used ground water from Mt. Fuji which is protected by bedrock from an ancient eruption. The name Fujinishiki came from Yukio Ozaki , Mayor of Tokyo known for donating the cherry blossom trees to Washington D.C. Mayor Ozaki visited the brewery in 1914 and described the red leaves of Mt. Fuji as a rich brocade (nishiki).

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