Choryo Yoshinosugi Choryo “Yoshinosugi no Taru Sake” Futsu-shu Sake
Values listed are at the time of production.
Choryo Yoshinosugi is brewed in Nara Prefecture in the Kinki region.
Choryo Shuzo is located in Koryo-cho town to the north-west of Nara which is said to be the birthplace of Sake. Koryo-cho town is surrounded by historic heritages: the shrine dedicated to the God of Sake "Omiwa Jinja" to the east, the holy site of Buddhism origin Asuka-ji to the south, and Horyu-ji temple nominated as a "World Heritage" to the north. The philosophy of their sake brewing is based on "Shou-dou-mu-kyu-kyoku"(Self-satisfaction shall be avoided for one can always better themselves.) They have been dedicating themselves to brewing sake that would be appreciated by customers and therefore they pay special attention to rice, water, people and sake brewing.