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Haneda Sukeroku Tanrei Muhi

Haneda Sukeroku Tanrei Muhi is a regular made of Shukumai rice (祝米), an heirloom rice variety grown in Kyōto and milled to 70%. "Tanrei" refers to smooth and refreshing sake, which is light with a clean finish.
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Sake specs

Prefecture
Kyōto (京都)
Rice type
Domestic rice (国産米)
Polishing rate (semaibuai)
70%
Alcohol content
15%
Haneda Sukeroku Tanrei Muhi (羽田酒造 助六 淡麗 無比)

Haneda Sukeroku Tanrei Muhi (羽田酒造 助六 淡麗 無比) is a futsūshu (regular sake) made of Shukumai rice (祝米), an heirloom rice variety grown in Kyōto and milled to 70%. "Tanrei" refers to smooth and refreshing sake, which is light with a clean finish. "Sukeroku" (助六) usually describes inari and maki sushi served together, but it could also be a reference to kabuki theatre.


Haneda Sukeroku Tanrei Muhi (羽田酒造 助六 淡麗 無比) Haneda Sukeroku Tanrei Muhi (羽田酒造 助六 淡麗 無比) Haneda Sukeroku Tanrei Muhi (羽田酒造 助六 淡麗 無比) Haneda Sukeroku Tanrei Muhi (羽田酒造 助六 淡麗 無比) Haneda Sukeroku Tanrei Muhi (羽田酒造 助六 淡麗 無比)


Haneda Shuzō (羽田酒造)

About the brewery

Brewery
Haneda Shuzō
Name in Japanese
羽田酒造
Address
〒601-0251 Kyōto, Ukyo-ku, Keihokushuzanchō, Shimodai−20
Phone
075-852-0080
Website
Online store
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Haneda Shuzō is in Keihoku (京北), north of the beautiful mountains where Kitayama cedars line the sky, about one hour by car northwest from central Kyōto. The pure water of the Katsura River runs through the city's centre, surrounded by forests. The Yuge River, a tributary of the Kamikatsura River, flows just east of the brewery. The rich nature, clear air, pure water, and the severe winters are a great help for sake brewing.

The water in Fushimi is characterized by its low iron and manganese content and moderate calcium and bicarbonate content, making it very soft—medium hard water with slightly higher mineral content. An exquisite sour taste and a delicate, sharp taste characterize the sake brewed from this water. Haneda uses "Shukumai" rice (祝米), a variety derived from the Nojoho (野条穂) rice variety. This heirloom sake rice was resurrected in 1992. It has a massive core and a low amount of protein, which makes it highly suitable for ginjō sake. Shukumai is pretty labour-intensive because it is tall and easily tipped over.

Latest reviews

Colour / hue
Pale Yellow
Clarity
Clear
We found this bottle at a local liquor store. The owner seems to be the sole distributor in the Kanto area, and I could not find any reference on the brewery's website. This is a regular sake with a sweet nose and hints of caramel and dried fruits. It has a medium body, soft, and is slightly dry and mild. Weak attack with a long and spicy finish. Due to its mellowness, I'd consider it an excellent food sake that wouldn't interfere with even more subtle dishes.

Haneda Sukeroku Tanrei Muhi

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Category
Futsu
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Reviews
1
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Rating
3.00 star(s) 1 ratings
Location
〒601-0251 京都府京都市右京区京北周山町下台20

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