Do you love street food in Japan? Yakisoba, takoyaki and okonomiyaki ? This drier nigori comes to you from Osaka, the center of street food in Japan. Yogurt on the nose, with some dry mint, licorice, and hint of candy and peppery finish. It’s a vibrant, fun pairing—try it with, er, some jazz, as this bottle is just as fun and fluid, and will have you discovering new notes every time.
Daimon is brewed in Osaka Prefecture in the Kinki region.
Daimon Brewing Company
Yasutaka Daimon, the sixth generation brewery president and toji, is also a jazz musician. He believes that creating jazz and making sake embodies the same principals, committing to each process to precise perfection, ensuring that only the best flavor notes are captured in each one of their products. Established in 1826 in Osaka, known as the street food mecca and the historical “kitchen of the nation,” and having merchant city roots connecting the old capital Kyoto, and the origins of monk’s brew Nara, Daimon embodies the energy that is quintessentially the cultural fabric of the region.