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Kanaya Shuzoten Assortment Set [5bottles]

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¥22,500 JPY
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  • Developed around the idea of making a "gentle" sake
  • Made with Ishikawamon brewer's rice unique to Ishikawa Prefecture (3 brands)
  • Refined sake with Hakusan GI (geographical indication) (1 brand)

Daiginjo "Takasago"  720ml

Product Detail

This is the brewery's signature sake, featuring a mellow umami flavor and rich fruity bouquet.
Made with 100% Yamada Nishiki rice, considered the pinnacle of brewer's rice, this exquisite sake amply brings out the umami flavor of the rice.
The daiginjo rice is drawn out the traditional way, in hanging bags, something seldom done at larger breweries. The result is a luxurious aroma almost entirely free of impurities.

Type 薫酒 -Aromatic Type-
Grade Daiginji
Body Light Body
Raw Material Rice, Rice malt, Distilled Alcohol
Variety of Rice Yamadanishiki
Nuts and Bolts Chill to 10 degrees Celsius or lower and serve. Pairs well with sushi, tempura, sukiyaki, and other dishes.
Dry or Sweet Slightly Dry
Taste Very well-balanced, making it outstanding even on its own.
Aroma Rich notes of green apple and banana.
Suitable Temperature 10°C(Cold)
Rice Milling Level 40%
Alcohol Percentage 16%
Sake Meter Value 2
Acid Degree 1
Amino Acid Degree 1.5

Ginjo "Kanenosawa" 720ml


Ishikawa Prefecture is the largest producer of gold foil in Japan (99% of the total). This special brew has been upgraded to offer a high quantity of gold leaf. The gold leaf has also been specially revamped to a larger size. This gives the bottle a more luxurious appearance that our customers rave about as a great choice for gifts and parties. The sake offers a crisp mouthfeel with complexity emerging through that, making it a great pairing for any meal.

Type 爽酒 -Refreshing Smooth Type-
Grade Ginjo
Body Light Body
Raw Material Rice, Rice malt, Distilled Alcohol、Gold leaf
Variety of Rice Ishikawamon
Nuts and Bolts Chill to about 5-15 degrees Celsius and serve. Makes a great aperitif or sake for a meal. Pair with appetizers, hors d'oeuvres, et cetera.
Dry or Sweet Slightly Sweet
Taste Easy to drink, with a crisp finish
Aroma Fruity, airy bouquet
Suitable Temperature 5~14°C(Cold)
Rice Milling Level 60%
Alcohol Percentage 15%
Sake Meter Value 5
Acid Degree 1.4
Amino Acid Degree 1.2

Junmai Ginjo "Takasago" 720ml

Product Detail

We use underground water sourced from the Tedori River to produce this junmai sake to ginjo standards. The gentle mouthfeel and rich umami are a signature of this bright ginjo sake.

Type 薫酒 -Aromatic Type-
Grade Junmai Ginjo
Body Light Body
Raw Material Rice,Rice malt
Variety of Rice
Nuts and Bolts Pairs well with potages and soups
Dry or Sweet Slightly Dry
Taste A pleasant sake with a ginjo aroma
Aroma A bright ginjo sake
Suitable Temperature 5~14°C(Cold)
Rice Milling Level 50%
Alcohol Percentage 16%
Sake Meter Value 5
Acid Degree 1.6
Amino Acid Degree 1.1

Junmai-shu "Takasago Ishikawamon" 720ml

Product Detail

This junmai sake is made using Ishikawamon rice cultivated in Ishikawa Prefecture, and underground water sourced from the Tedorigawa River. This refined sake is responsible for putting the GI Hakusan geographical designation of sake on the map for the first time. Offered in very limited quantities. Do not miss this opportunity.

Type 爽酒 -Refreshing Smooth Type-
Grade Junmai
Body Medium Body

JAPAN GI HAKUSAN(Geographical Indication HAKUSAN)

Raw Material Rice, Rice malt
Variety of Rice Ishikawamon
Nuts and Bolts Pairs well with sashimi and tempura
Dry or Sweet Medium
Taste A soft mouthfeel with a slightly sweet note
Aroma Gentle scent
Suitable Temperature 30-40°C(Warm)
Rice Milling Level 60%
Alcohol Percentage 16%
Sake Meter Value 5
Acid Degree 1.7
Amino Acid Degree 1

Umeshu(Plum liqueur) "Takasago" 720ml

Product Detail

Made with junmai sake and ample quantities of plum from Noto in Ishikawa Prefecture. Plums are pickled for two years to draw out their rich flavor. The aftertaste has a memorably tart sweetness. This exquisite brew has taken the silver medal for three consecutive years at an overseas fair.

Type Other
Grade Liqueur
Body Medium Body
Prize - 2018 Japan Umeshu Competition Sake Category Gold Medal
- 2015、2016、2018~2020 Competitive exhibition of Province of Alberta, Canada「Win a Prize」
Raw Material Junmai sake, plum, sugar
Nuts and Bolts As an aperitif, or with dessert
Dry or Sweet Slightly Sweet
Taste The sweetness of plum with a pleasant acidity
Aroma A rich, signature aroma
Suitable Temperature 5~20°C(Cold - Room temperature)
Alcohol Percentage 12%

Sake Sommelier Comment

This lineup contains a wide selection that includes a premium daiginjo, a classic junmai, and a plum wine steeped in sake that received accolades overseas.
This varied assortment lets you sample a diverse range of sake and liqueurs, making it perfect if you are a first-timer to sake or plum wine.

Brewery Detail

Founded in 1869, we are a specialty brewer. The brewery is located in an area with strong extremes of hot and cold weather, making it the perfect climate for Sake production.
Though small, our brewery is committed to contributing to the Sake culture at large. Using underground waters from the Tedori River and sacred Haku-San mountain area, we use rice such as Ishikawa-mon, a special brewer’s rice unique to Ishikawa Prefecture.
Put simply, the distinctive feature of our Sake is its gentleness. This makes it perfect for Sake lovers, those accustomed to wine, female patrons looking for something gentler, and gourmands. In these and other domains, we have gained a sterling reputation.