Brewed using a luxurious free run drip separation method, often used only for competition quality sake, this sake has both the crispness of pristine water and the light spiciness of Dewasansan rice. A nose of white peach is complimented by the white pepper finish, and different facets of the flavor can be pulled out by pairing with different dishes. Like all things divine, this sake makes any moment a miracle.
Toko is brewed in Yamagata Prefecture in the Tohoku region.
Kojima Sohonten was established in 1597 and became the exclusive sake provider to the famed Uesugi samurai clan. They’ve been proudly brewing sake of the rising sun ever since. Using the crystal clear water of the Mogami River, Kojima Sohonten crafts one of a kind sake for the world to enjoy. The brewery’s coveted spot rests extremely close to the source of Mogami River, the picturesque Mount Azuma. The heavy snowfall melts, then flows down from the mountaintop, filtering until it spills out forming the Mogami River, fresh, clean and soft. Despite being one of the oldest active breweries in Japan, Kojima Sohonten continues innovating to bring you top-tier sake.