Founded in 1896, 123 years ago in Shiodaira plain, where is blessed with fertile land and natural water.

A craft sakes with limited production headed by female master brewer and her husband. They leverage on brewing sakes only during winter period to achieve the best results of crafted sakes. Living up to its motto of “what the worthful sake is to be loved”. There are less than 30 female sake master brewers in over 1200 breweries in Japan.

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Tsukiyoshino – Junmai Ginjo-Shu

$88.00
Recommended serving temperature for this sake with gentle and mellow tasting sake is from room temperature to cold. Due its characteristics, it does not overpower flavour of dishes and is hence suitable for most occasions both as aperitif and pairing with dishes. This sake has mild melon aroma and slight sweetness in taste.
  • Rice Type : Miyamanishiki
  • Rice Polishing Ratio : 55%
  • Sake Meter Value : -8
  • Acidity : 1.6

Tsukiyoshino – Junmai Daiginjo Miyamanishiki

$105.00
Taking up the challenge to brew sake from modest locally grown rice, Miyamanishiki rice's character gives clean crisp non-complicated taste. With its modest gentle aroma, it is not just perfect for an aperitif but also pairs well easily with most dishes. Delicate and dry.
  • Rice Type : Miyamanishiki
  • Rice Polishing Ratio : 45%
  • Sake Meter Value : 5
  • Acidity : 0.9

Tsukiyoshino – Junmai Daiginjo Yamadanishiki

$158.00
Junmai Daiginjo that has been aged thoroughly in icy temperature over a year. As it took time for aging, contents in sake dissolve well in sake expressing the mellow mouthfeel as well as the umami of rice. It features muscat's aroma and crisp aftertaste. Medium bodied and mildly sweet.
  • Rice Type : 100% Yamadanishiki
  • Rice Polishing Ratio : 39%
  • Sake Meter Value : 5
  • Acidity : 1.1