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This sake is made from rice grown without pesticides or organic fertilizers, using only nitrogen and minerals supplied by the natural world. This rice is resistant to pests and diseases in a poor nutritional environment by exerting the plant's natural life force. Needless to say, it is environmentally friendly as it does not contain pesticides or excessive nitrogen. The resulting crops do not contain excessive nitrogen, are less likely to rot, and are healthier for the body.

Production method
The rice is polished to 90%, a traditional ratio that has been practiced for hundreds of years. This is because a high rice polishing ratio is better than a low one in order to make the most of the simple organic flavor.
The koji mold is harvested from nature by the students of the high school with which we have an agreement. It is more vigorous than commercially available koji mold and has a strong fermentation power.
The yeast fungus is not purely cultured, but naturally occurring. Due to the high risk of spoilage and stable quality, most sake is made using pure cultured yeast bacteria. Because of the use of naturally occurring bacteria, a lot of time and effort has been put into the production of this sake to prevent it from tasting bad.

Taste
Very quiet and clean lactic acid aroma. It has a rather low alcohol and docile impression, but it also has a dense and three-dimensional taste, with acidity and astringency showing their faces at the end.

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Company Profile
A sake brewery established in 1842 that produces sake, shochu(Japanese liquor), mirin, plum wine, and vinegar. Our sake is characterized by its strong acidity and astringency, making it a highly complex brew.

Features
1. Concentrate on traditional sake brewing
While 90% of Japanese sake is made using the fast brewing method, which is more efficient and uses artificial lactic acid, we focus on sake made using the traditional method of using natural lactic acid bacteria, which is called Kimoto.
2. Rich, acidic, and complex sake
In mainstream Japan, light, fruity sake is preferred. On the other hand, we specialize in rich, acidic and complex sake. It has been highly praised by French KURAMASTER as tasting like a full-bodied wine. It is also reputed to be a good marriage with food due to its moderate sweetness.
3. Small production of many types
We make many kinds of sake, shochu(Japanese liquor), mirin, and plum wine. For this reason, we do not make them industrially, but produce them in small quantities. By producing a large number of products with a small number of people, the brewers are able to gain a lot of experience and improve their skills.
4. Accepting private brands
We produce sake and shochu in response to customers' requests.
Example)
We want to change the label to our own exclusive use.
Production using organic rice
Production using natural yeast bacteria
Liqueurs made with ingredients such as corn, potatoes, chestnuts, etc.
Super dry sake production










Alcohol
14.2
Sake degree
7
Acidity
1.7
Rice
Organic rice for eating
Polish rate
90%
Yeast
Natural
Brewing method
Kimoto


Company Profile


Our sake making is Ever Change, Never Comlete




Outline
A sake brewery established in 1842 that produces sake, shochu(Japanese liquor), mirin, plum wine, and vinegar. Our sake is characterized by its strong acidity and astringency, making it a highly complex brew.

Evaluation
 Our sake is rated as having a strong acidity and astringency, and a complex taste and aroma. We have won awards at KURAMASTER, IWC. Currently, We export to seven countries.

Award
KURAMASTER(2018)Platinum Tempo13
KURAMASTER(2019)Platinum Tempo13
KURAMASTER(2020)Gold Tempo13
KURAMASTER(2020)Platinum MIsakubo
IWC(2018) Commended Bodaimoto,Tempo13,Daiginjo

Improving On Tradition
 Currently, 90% of sake in Japan is made using the fast brewing method. This type of sake is inexpensive because it can be made in large quantities industrially, but it does not marry well with food and is easy to get tired of drinking. Our goal is not to make in such way, but to improve on the traditional time-consuming methods, such as the Bodaimoto brewing, Kimoto brewing.

Diverse products produce high technology.
 We make plum wine from mirin, mirin from shochu, and shochu from sake lees. We also make vinegar from the alcohol that is produced in these processes. In the spirit that sake should be made from the blessings of nature, we reuse our own products in this way. Rather than making each product from inferior raw materials, it is better to reuse products made from high quality raw materials over and over again to make nature-friendly and high quality products. Also, by producing a variety of products, we are able to improve our fermentation technology itself, making it easier to innovate.

What is Bodhimoto, Kimoto, and Rapid Brewing?
 We focus on the Bodaimoto brewing and the Kimoto brewing. Sake is mainly fermented by lactic acid bacteria, koji bacteria, and yeast bacteria, which play the main roles. The koji bacteria converts starch into glucose, and the yeast bacteria converts glucose into alcohol. Lactic acid bacteria produce lactic acid and kill other bacteria. The way in which the lactic acid bacteria are generated differs depending on the method used.

Bodaimoto Brewing
This method was developed in the 14th century at a temple in Nara. When steamed rice is put in a bag and placed in water, natural lactic acid bacteria gradually grow and acidic water is produced. The method of using this water is called Bodai-moto.

Kimoto Brewing
A method developed in the 18th century. In Bodaimoto, acidic water was prepared separately to produce lactic acid bacteria. This method, on the other hand, involves mashing the rice, storing it, and generating lactic acid bacteria directly in the main container.

Fast Brewing
A method developed in the 20th century. A method in which lactic acid bacteria are not cultivated, but rather lactic acid is added directly. 90 percent of the products are currently made using this method.

Trend And Our Philosophy
 For many years, the mainstream way of making sake was to use the Bodaimoto or Kimoto brewing. With modernization, the fast brewing has become the mainstream method over the past 60 years. There are three reasons for this.

1.Fast brewing was a good way to meet the large demand of a growing population because it could be made quickly.

2. Because of its low failure rate, fast brewing was promoted by the government in order to secure and enlarge stable alcohol taxes.

3. Fast brewing requires no craftsmanship and can be done industrially by anyone.

As the rapid brewing process became more popular, the overall methodologies of sake brewing changed to accommodate the Fast brewing process.
1. Influenced by the West and modernization, the structuralist approach to sake brewing is considered to be a good idea. This value disregards empirical rules.

2. The entire factory was turned into a scientific laboratory. Do not allow germs to grow. Only purely cultured bacteria are used. You remove something made by wood to something made by concrete, steel.

3. To improve reproducibility, do not do it by hand, but industrially.

4. The value system that says that if you spend a lot of money, you can make good sake, such as using famous brands of rice with high polish rates and installing expensive equipment. That leads trend that sake is not made for tastily sake, but for marketing.

We do not deny all of these ideas, but we do not agree with all of them either. Too much scientific thinking is inferior to the experience of the artisan. For example, the firmness and viscosity of rice are difficult to describe scientifically. The human sense of smell and taste is superior to that of machines. It is difficult to scientifically describe which sake is better. Scientific and other people's evaluations give us peace of mind so you overestimate power of science. But we sometimes need to trust our own experience and skills.
Most of today's sake brewing was invented by the experience of people in the past, without scientific thinking. We believe that only by making good use of the power of nature can the power of craftsmanship be utilized to produce good sake.


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