THE Sake of Sake Enthusiasts in Yuzawa: Ryozeki Yuzawa Ginmon 1800ml 2 bottles set

Seller: Tomiya
Producer: Ryozeki Brewery
ID: 72
The locally-distributed Ryozeki Yuzawa Ginmon is known as the go-to sake for sake enthusiasts, beloved by everyone in Yuzawa City.
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When it comes to evening drinks in Yuzawa City, there is no name better-known or more beloved than Ryozeki Yuzawa Ginmon. This Japanese sake has a delicious flavor, with a harmony of aromas and tastes that you will never get tired of, even if you drink it every day. This is a private brand of the "Association for Selling Delicious Sake," made up of retailers in Yuzawa City. It is not so widely distributed outside of Yuzawa, so it has become representative of the local area and it is rare for a restaurant in Yuzawa not to carry it. Ryozeki Yuzawa Ginmon can be served hot or lukewarm. Please enjoy it as your evening drink. Ingredients: Rice, rice malt, brewing alcohol Rice used: Akita rice Rice polishing ratio: 70%. Sake degree: -1.5 Acidity Amino Acidity: 1.2 / -
Technical Details
  • Product weight: 5750 gr
  • Product height: 41 cm
  • Product width: 11 cm
  • Product length: 22 cm
THE Sake of Sake Enthusiasts in Yuzawa: Ryozeki Yuzawa Ginmon 1800ml 2 bottles set is produced in Akita prefecture.
Ryozeki Brewery
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.