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Tamajiman Ōmachi Junmai Ginjō Namagenshu

Tamajiman Ōmachi Junmai Ginjō Namagenshu is made of Ōmachi rice milled to 50%. This was the first sake Tamajiman crafted with Ōmachi sake rice, and they also used a new type of yeast.
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Sake specs

Prefecture
Tōkyō (東京)
Rice type
Ōmachi (雄町)
Polishing rate (semaibuai)
50%
Alcohol content
16%
Tamajiman Omachi Junmai Ginjo Namagenshu (多満自慢 雄町 純米吟醸生原酒)

Tamajiman Ōmachi Junmai Ginjō Namagenshu (多満自慢 雄町 純米吟醸生原酒) is made of Ōmachi rice milled to 50%. This was the first sake Tamajiman crafted with Ōmachi sake rice, and they also used a new type of yeast. The taste is delicate and beautiful, and the aroma is a refreshing ginjō aroma. Its delicacy complements summer dishes and gives it a refreshing feel by pairing it with eggplant, white meat sashimi, and vinegared seaweed.

Ōmachi is one of the four major types of rice suitable for sake brewing and is considered the parent of several types of sake rice. Although it is a difficult variety to grow, it is very popular, and the taste varies a lot between breweries.


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Hongura Ishikawa Brewery

About the brewery

Brewery
Ishikawa Shuzō
Name in Japanese
石川酒造
Address
1 Kumagawa, Fussa, Tōkyō 197-0003
Phone
042-553-0100
Website
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Ishikawa Brewery is located in Fussa, in western Tokyo, near the banks of the Tama River. It was founded in 1863 and moved its production to Kumagawa, Fussa, in 1881. Ishikawa prides itself on the delicate texture and sharpness of its sake. The brewery is a tourist attraction in Fussa, with a museum, two 400-year-old zelkova trees and a white-walled storehouse of historical value. In addition to sake, the brewery also has a brewery restaurant, Fussa Beer Hut, where visitors can enjoy Tama no Megumi microbrewery, which resumed production in early summer 1998 for the first time in 111 years, as well as Zogura Omusubi, where you can taste sake and microbrewery beer.

Ishikawa Brewery offers guided tours in Japanese and English.

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Colour / hue
Pale Yellow
Clarity
Clear
A powerful alcohol aroma greets the nose, followed by a straw yellow hue that glows in the glass. The texture is silky and creamy, with a delightful ginjo flavour that starts off sweet and turns slightly sour on the tongue. The finish is very smooth, leaving a hint of bitterness as a reminder. This is a sweet sake that would go well with salty or spicy dishes.

Tamajiman Ōmachi Junmai Ginjō Namagenshu
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Category
Junmai Ginjō
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Views
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Reviews
1
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Rating
4.00 star(s) 1 ratings
Location
〒197-0003 東京都福生市熊川1

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