A special selection of Japanese Sake from small traditional Sake breweries
Japan based Licensed Sake distributor and Japanese Sake exporter of smaller Artisan breweries with generations of history and awards, targeting Sake importers Japan based Licensed Sake distributor and Japanese Sake exporter of smaller Artisan breweries with generations of history and awards, targeting Sake importers

Our Selected Sake Range

Since we have a big range of Sake, we have narrowed down and created our selected range to help you make your choice.

You can view our full range here: Product Catalogue

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Junmai Daiginjo 39

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Brewery: Hanazakari
Rank: Daiginjo
Rice Polishing Rate: 39%
Alcohol: 15.3%

The best Sake produced from one of the very few breweries still using a traditional manual press (shibori). To obtain the absolute best Sake this Daiginjo is made with the authentic mesh drip bag method. This natural, unforced, time-consuming style produces a much cleaner Sake devoid of off-flavours.

Junmai Daiginjo 39 has a Ginjo fragrance similar to green apples and melon and is gentle and comfortable. The initial sweetness quickly develops into a well-balanced flavor with the umami and acidity leaving a crisp, rounded, slightly dry aftertaste from the use of soft water.

This Sake works particularly well with sushi and soba.

300ml: 1,351 yen
720ml: 2,042 yen
1.8l: 4,085 yen

Junmai Ginjo 55
(Yamadanishiki)
(Tokuto-mai 〈ExcellentClass Rice〉)

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Brewery: Joyo
Rank: Junmai Ginjo
Rice Polishing Rate: 55%
Alcohol: 16%

A pure rice Sake using 100% Yamada Nishiki rice. It is a limited brewed Sake of less than 1 ton.

It has a vivid and fresh impression, characterized by a rich fragrance, an elegant and fruity taste with a refreshing sharpness.

A mid-priced sake that can be enjoyed with a wide range of foods and dishes.

720ml: 1,660 yen

Junmai Daiginjo Nos.1

Brewery: Sasaki
Rank: Daiginjo
Rice Polishing Rate: 40%
Alcohol: 16%
2019 Fine Sake Gold Award Winner

From the only brewery in the centre of Kyoto situated to enjoy the “exceptional goodness of water” running through the 33km rock under Kyoto.

Junmai Daiginjo Nos. 1 is an art piece in Sake carefully brewed at a low temperature and milled up to the highest grade of Yamada rice

It has a fruity Ginjo aroma and a fresh sweet, medium body. With a fruit-like flavour it is clean and crisp with a slight tangy, bitter aftertaste.

This Sake compliments most Japanese food but works particularly well with white fish and sashimi.

300ml: 1,563 yen
720ml: 2,789 yen

Tokubetsu Junmai Higeshinkai

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Brewery: Fujimoto
Rank: Tokubetsu Junmai
Rice Polishing Rate: 60%
Alcohol: 15.5%
Japan National Kan Gold

Fujimoto brewery always keeps in mind that a smooth human relationship is essential to put feeling into each bottle they produce and into the hearts of their customers.

Tokubetsu Junmai Higeshinkai is a Japanese Sake that emphasizes the lightness and soft acidic taste. It has a refined scent of dried fruit without a strong ginjo aroma.

When first drunk you will feel a soft sweet taste with a rich umami. The slowly developing acidity then creates a slight bitterness that tightens at the back of the mouth.

720ml: 1,230 yen
1.8l: 2,160 yen

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Rank: Junmai Ginjo

Rice Polishing Rate: 55%

Alcohol: 16%

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