Ginpu hails from Hokkaido’s snowy peaks in the far north of Japan. It was developed in 2000, and is incredibly well suited to cold climates. Most of Hokkaido prefecture’s agricultural areas are located in the west, where the soil is rich and well fed from the snow runoff in spring. Similarly, Hokkaido’s breweries also tend to cluster in the west. Ginpu is very popular, being the eighth most cultivated rice...more
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