Iwate prefecture

Founded by a seventh-generation samurai turned merchant in 1871, the name Asabiraki comes from an ancient poem depicting an early morning boat journey symbolizing a new start. Their innumerable accolades are credited to Masahiko Fujio, their brewmaster since 1984. Preserving

Asabiraki “Ume Kanon”

Asabiraki “Ume Kanon”

Soft and mild. 100% Junmai sake with plum
Asabiraki “Suijin”

Asabiraki “Suijin”

Powerful water god descends upon us
Asabiraki “Yumeakari”
Junmai Ginjo

Asabiraki “Yumeakari”

Who knew table rice could do this?
Asabiraki “Kyokusen” Junmai Daiginjo, standing in front of a product box
Junmai Daiginjo

Asabiraki “Kyokusen”

Flavors combine like old friends in this delicious Daiginjo

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