Inishie no Hojo Special Set 24-year Vintage (500 Box Limited Edition, Warranty Card Inc.)

Seller: Takumi Sosei
Producer: Aizu Shuzou
ID: 131
Sake brewed in gratitude is the best tasting sake available. Three bottles selected from high-yield production years for your generous pours.
¥ 11,000
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The Hojo collection features three aged sake produced from locally sourced rice, in gratitude for the blessings of the earth. This selection hails from three breweries in central north-east japan and offers a distinctive line of regional flavors to taste and compare. Guaranteed by an included numbered edition certificate. (1998 Satonoizumi / Aizu brewery) 60% polished rice, 18% alcohol by volume. The bitterness of black tea and fragrance of hazelnuts draw a long finish and lingering sweetness. (2000 Asashikawa / Asahikawa brewery) 70% polished rice, 19% alcohol by volume. Sake with an easy mouthfee, high-quality, lingering, plum-like acidity and characterized by the taste of caramel, oak and banana. (2007 Kusudama / Hirase brewery) 60% polished rice 18% alcohol by volume. A special junmai with pleasant sharpness and notes of ripened pear, black pepper and almond.
Dietary Restrictions
  • Gluten-free
  • Vegan
  • Vegetarian
  • Pescetarian
Technical Details
  • Product weight: 1567 gr
  • Product height: 8 cm
  • Product width: 23 cm
  • Product length: 23 cm
DISCLAIMER: Please be aware the common allergens and dietary restrictions listed here are directly translated from the product’s packaging and information from the seller. We cannot guarantee the presence or lack of certain allergens/animal products in the products. Please use caution for any personal health concerns when consuming these products at your own risk.
Inishie no Hojo Special Set 24-year Vintage (500 Box Limited Edition, Warranty Card Inc.) is produced in Fukushima prefecture.
Aizu Shuzou
Fukushima Prefecture
This sake brewery was founded in 1688 in Minamiaizu Town (Tajima Town) in the southwest of Fukushima Prefecture, near the border of Tochigi Prefecture and still uses facilities dating back to the Edo period. The water used is one of the softest in Japan, pumped up from 40 meters underground, and is characterized by its soft, round, and clean sake.
Aizu uses the latest technology and 330 years of sake brewing traditions, while making the most of the local climate, rice and water.