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This sake was made to commemorate legendary Hase Toji, who brewed here until his nineties and helped develop the Shizuoka style of fruity, dry sakes. Hase toji developed the yeast for this sake, HD1, which has since become an industry standard in producing the fruity, dry style that Shizuoka is known for.
Takatenjin is made in
Takatenjin is an old catsle located near Mt. Fuji. They get so much sunshine year-round that they are able to operate as a mostly solar powered brewery. This area of Shizuoka has the most wasabi farms in Japan, it also is famous for tea. Both testaments to the pure and pristine water that is the source for Takatenjin.
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