Nihon Sakari Nama Genshu Honjozo


 Nihon Sakari Nama Genshu Honjozo


Class:  Honjozo, Nama, Genshu

Rice: Ginpu, Japanese Rice

Rice-Polishing Ratio: 70%

Brewery Location: Hyogo 

Food Pairings: Fried Chicken, Tempura, Full-flavored dishes

Tasting Notes: “Nama Genshu” means sake which is unpasteurized and undiluted. Sake is almost always pasteurized twice and water is added to adjust aroma and flavor, to lower alcohol content before bottling, but this sake does not go through those processes. Its aromatics are like freshly cooked rice, its flavor is lively fresh and rich bodied. Enjoy deep flavor with a handy can whenever and wherever you want.

Size:  200ml

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Brewery: Nihonsakari Co. LTD.
Founded:  1889

Profile:  The Nihon Sakari main HQ is in Nishinomiya, an area well known for sake brewing. In the 17th century, almost 30% of sake breweries were based there. In 2000 they changed the name of the company from Nishinomiya Sake Brewing Company to Nihon Sakari Co. LTD. They also have a sake based beauty product line developed in the 1980s. For their 120th anniversary, they re-established their slogan to be "More flavorful, more beautiful".

Spec Sheet 200ml  Bottle Image 200ml Label Image 200ml