Arrow Fat Left Icon Arrow Fat Right Icon Arrow Right Icon Cart Icon Close Circle Icon Expand Arrows Icon Facebook Icon Instagram Icon Twitter Icon Hamburger Icon Information Icon Down Arrow Icon Mail Icon Mini Cart Icon Person Icon Ruler Icon Search Icon Shirt Icon Triangle Icon Bag Icon Play Video

Junmai

The kanji for Junmai is 纯米 and it translates to "pure rice".

This sake is naturally brewed without alcohol added in the process - just simply rice, yeast and water. There is no specific polishing ratio for Junmai sake.

Junmai sake generally has a slight acidic taste and is usually full-bodied. Junmai sake is great paired with food, so it is highly recommended for dinner time!
  • Hideyoshi Junmai Amakara Pin

    Suzuki

    Hideyoshi Junmai Amakara Pin

    $17.00

    An extraordinary sake with an initial intriguing sweetness of melon with transforms into a rich coffee flavour and a clean finish. Warming produces a hint of apple and creaminess. Works well with strong flavours such as tuna and miso dressing, also avocado and asparagus.

    Grade: Junmai
    Rice: Menkoina
    Polish: 60%
    SMV: +2.5
    Acidity: 1.7
    Alcohol: 15.3%

    From Akita Prefecture.

    Visit product page
  • Hideyoshi Junmai Daiginjo

    Suzuki

    Hideyoshi Junmai Daiginjo

    $88.00

    v

    Suzuki

    Hideyoshi Junmai Daiginjo

    $88.00

    Pretty aroma of pineapple, lemon curd and fresh grapes. Delicate and refreshing with a citrus tail. A storage state in the sake cellar is good. The fragrance is like the fruit of the southern country. The taste of rice is rich.

    International Wine Challenge 2015 – Silver medal awarded

    Grade: Junmai Daiginjo
    Rice: Yamadanishiki
    Polish: 40%
    SMV: +2.0
    Acidity: 1.2
    Alcohol: 15.1%

    From Akita Prefecture.

    Visit product page
  • Ichishima Silk Deluxe Junmai

    Ichishima

    Ichishima Silk Deluxe Junmai

    $31.00

    v

    Ichishima

    Ichishima Silk Deluxe Junmai

    $31.00

    Silk in a bottle, this sake is light and energetic. Its mild sweetness is well-integrated with good acidity. Refreshing notes of honeydew melon and cucumber make it ideal sake to sip chilled, or even serve in cocktails.

    Extremely food friendly, pairs well with white fish or tempura.

    Grade: Junmai
    Rice: Gohyakumangoku
    Polish: 65 %
    SMV: -38
    Acidity: 2
    Alcohol: 10%

    From Niigata Prefecture.

    Visit product page
  • 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.

    Visit product page
  • Imayotsukasa Junmai

    Imayotsukasa

    Imayotsukasa Junmai

    $17.00

    v

    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.

    Visit product page