Yumetsukiyo was created for the U.S. market in 2015 as a quality daiginjo packed with the local flare of Japan. Shizukuhime rice, developed in Ehime prefecture, happens to be perfectly compatible with Yugabuchi water used at the brewery, resulting in a clean sake with a soft, expanding texture on your palate. Their wish is that people who drink it on a moonlit night would enjoy a dreamy effect.
Yumetsukiyo is made in
Eiko Brewing Company
Eiko Brewing Company is located in Matsuyama City, Ehime prefecture facing the Seto Inland Sea, famous for historic bath houses, literary references and Matsuyama Castle. Founded in 1897, they are a small craft-scale brewery dedicated to high-quality sake made by hand. Their veteran brewmaster Hikoo Okada belongs to the smallest Ochi Toji Guild where only a few remain. Trained by Okada and his successor is their brewmaster Taisuke Ooyama. Blessed by delectable fruits in the area, they are also makers of plum, kiwi, tangerine, grape and lime liquors.
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