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  1. Sawahime Tokubetsu Honjozo

    Sake Sawahime Tokubetsu Honjozo

    Sawahime Tokubetsu Honjōzō (澤姫若人醸酒特別本醸造) is a "special brew" sake made of locally produced rice and Tochigi T-ND yeast. It has moderate richness and a relatively dry aftertaste culminating in a gentle rice flavour. It is a light sake that can be consumed chilled or heated. About the brewery...
  2. Sawahime Junmai Ginjo

    Sake Sawahime Junmai Ginjo

    Sawahime Junmai Ginjō (澤姫純米吟醸) is a jizake made of Hitogokochi rice polished down to a milling rate of 50%. Hitogokochi rice was created and registered in Nagano in 1995. It is more suitable for premium sake than Miyamanishiki rice (美山錦) which is also grown in northern Japan but has higher...
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