Japanese Sake List
Information on hundreds of Sakes, including photos of bottles, spec sheets, and brewery information
Rice-Polishing Ratio: 60%
Brewery Location: Niigata
Food Pairings: Cheese、Chocolate
Tasting Notes: Hakkaisan's Kijoshu is an elegant and extravagant Sake brewed not using water, but Sake itself during the final stages of brewing. The refreshing and unique Kijoshu is bottled before its final stages of maturity - you will surely notice the otherworldly effect this has on the final product, as it creates a densely sweet aroma and flavor.
Profile: Founded in 1922, Hakkaisan Brewery is situated at the foot of Mount Hakkai in Niigata. The spring
water that flows from the mountain is used to produce its sake.
The guiding principles of the brewery are to produce the finest sake that people will never tire of, to apply the highest standards of production to all its sakes, and in order to achieve the smooth wonderfully pure and mellow flavors of Hakkaisan sake, the Brewery insists on producing in small batches, using hand-made koji and slow fermentation at low temperatures.