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Imayotsukasa


Imayotsukawa was founded in 1767. At the Imayotsukawa sake factory, only Niigata’s natural “Suganadake” spring water is used to make sake. Using this spring water and high quality sake rice, the sake is made with great care and has a strong, delicious flavor, even when compared to other dry sake. The historic factory building was built around 1900.

With Yosuke Tanaka-san of Imayotsukawa Shozu at IKYU in May 2015:
 

Imayotsukasa Shuzo Awards

INTERNATIONAL WINE CHALLENGE 2015

  • Bronze medal - Imayotsukasa Junmai Ginjo
  • Commended - Imayotsukasa Junmai Daiginjo Supreme
    • Imayotsukasa Fortune Junmai Gold Leaves

      Imayotsukasa

      Imayotsukasa Fortune Junmai Gold Leaves

      $50.00

      Daruma, which is drawn on its bottle, is a symbol of fortune. This fortune sake contains Gold Leaves to symbolize wishes coming  true. Rich taste, dry & smooth. 

      Grade: Junmai
      Rice: Gohyakumangoku
      Polish: 65%
      SMV: +4
      Alcohol: 15.0%
      Acidity: 1.9

      From Niigata Prefecture.

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    • Imayotsukasa Junmai

      Imayotsukasa

      Imayotsukasa Junmai

      $17.00

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      Imayotsukasa

      Imayotsukasa Junmai

      $82.00

      Quality Rice “Gohyaku-Mangoku” which is specially nurtured for smooth sake, charged with the natural spring water in Mt Suganatake, Niigata Prefecture. Rich taste, mellow flavour, smooth and refreshing. Excellent with food. Recommended drunk kanazake (warm).

      International Wine Challenge 2015 – Bronze medal awarded

      Los Angeles International Wine Competition 2014 - Gold medal awarded

      Grade: Junmai
      Rice: Gohyakumangoku
      Polish: 65%
      SMV: +4
      Alcohol: 15.0%
      Acidity: 1.9

      From Niigata Prefecture.

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    • Imayotsukasa Junmai Daiginjo

      Imayotsukasa

      Imayotsukasa Junmai Daiginjo

      $65.00

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      Imayotsukasa

      Imayotsukasa Junmai Daiginjo

      $65.00

      Light feeling is compatible with umami that matches food perfectly. This sake does not feel heavy although it has a rich taste. Well rounded, fruity and a pleasant aftertaste.

      Grade: Junmai Daiginjo
      Rice: Gohyakumangoku
      Polish: 50%
      SMV: +5
      Alcohol: 15.0%
      Acidity: 1.7

      From Niigata Prefecture.

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