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  1. Hakutsur Sayuri Junmai Nigori

    Hakutsur Sayuri Junmai Nigori

    Using only selected rice and rice koji, "SAYURI" is brewed up carefully with the natural water of Rokko. It has a refreshing aroma, natural sweetness and smooth aftertaste. A good match not only with Japanese food like Yakitori or Sukiyaki but also with Western cuisine. Learn More
    $12.98
  2. Hananomai Katana Extra-Dry Junmai Ginjo Sake 180ml

    Hananomai Katana Extra-Dry Junmai Ginjo Sake 180ml

    Very pale platinum straw color. Delicate aromas of profiteroles, sweet cream, and honeyed nougat follow through on a bright, silky entry to a dry-yet-fruity medium body with wonderful melon and pepper notes. Finishes with a long, melon rind and grainy dough note. Excellent flavor and acidity to pair with tempura. Learn More
    $6.98
  3. Hatsumago Junmai Daiginjo Sake

    Hatsumago Junmai Daiginjo Sake

    Clear with a faint silvery straw cast. Pure ripe pineapple, anise, and apple custard tart aromas with a fruity medium-to-full body and creamy vanilla pudding, green apple, praline, and pepper accented finish. A delicious and explosively flavorful; a classic sake. Learn More
    $54.98
  4. Kurosawa Sake Junmai Kimoto

    Kurosawa Sake Junmai Kimoto

    Kurosawa sake, brewed in the traditional way, is rich, deep, and well-balanced and compliments Asian cuisine. Full-bodied and earthy, yet light. It is exquisitely balanced and masterfully brewed as the almighty sake. Served hot, cold or at room temperature. Learn More
    $10.98
  5. Kurosawa Sake Nigori Sake
  6. Makiri Sake Junmai Ginjo Extra Dry
  7. Ninki Ichi Natural Junmai Ginjo Sparkling Sake
  8. Yaegaki Mu Junmai Daiginjo Sake

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