Inaniwa Udon and Sake Set (Junmai Daiginjo Setsugetsuka)
Producer: Ryozeki Brewery
This luxurious set features Inaniwa udon and high-quality Japanese sake from Akita, a famous rice-producing region in Japan.
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Inaniwa Udon 200g x 3 Ryozeki Junmai Daiginjo "Setsugetsuka" 720ml Inaniwa udon is one of the three most famous udon noodles in Japan, and is characterized by its firmness and smooth texture. It is a specialty of Yuzawa City, Akita Prefecture, with a history dating back to 400 years ago. It is said that the feudal lord of the Inaniwa area (now Yuzawa City), which was a production center of high-quality wheat, had the villagers produce udon. In the mid-1700s, the udon was valued as a gift for the feudal lord. Even after the Meiji period (1868-1912), Inaniwa udon continued to be delivered to the Imperial Household Agency and is known as the most expensive udon in Japan. Shelf life: Up to 365 days (may vary slightly depending on shipping timing) Setsugetsuka is a Junmai Daiginjo proudly presented by Ryozeki Shuzo in Yuzawa City, Akita Prefecture. This Junmai Daiginjo is brewed using Ryozeki's unique low-temperature, long-term brewing method, pursuing a delicate aroma and a smoother finish. It was awarded the highest gold medal at the IWSC, the world's premier international sake competition, and first place in the National Sake Competition. It was also the winner of the Gold Prize in the Daiginjo category at the Delicious Sake in a Wine Glass Awards 2018. Rice: Akita Sake Komachi Rice polishing ratio: 40 Sake meter: -1.5 Acidity: 1.2 Alcohol content: 15°
- Product weight: 2400 gr
- Product height: 9 cm
- Product width: 34 cm
- Product length: 22 cm
Inaniwa Udon and Sake Set (Junmai Daiginjo Setsugetsuka) is produced in Akita prefecture.
Akita, the prefecture known as the “land of rice and sake”, is a kingdom of nihonshu, with many famous breweries in Akita Prefecture producing mellow, delicious sake. Ryozeki Brewery has won numerous awards throughout the Meiji, Taisho, Showa, and Heisei eras. In more recent years, they’ve placed first in the Junmai category at the 2006 National Sake Competition for Ryozeki Yamahai Special Junmai Sake, and in 2006 Ryozeki Junmai Daiginjo Setsugetsuka won the Gold Award at the IWSC (excluding beer), the largest and most authoritative sake evaluation competition in Europe, held in the UK. IN 2007 Ryozeki Junmai Daiginjyo Setsugetsuka won the most prestigious Gold Award. Ryozeki's five breweries, from No. 1 to No. 5, were the first in Akita Prefecture to be designated as registered tangible cultural properties. The brewery has a commitment to producing high-quality nihonshu for both the development of the region, and for the harmony and joy of the people.