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Miho revived Hattanso rice, an extinct heirloom breed, by devoting over 10 years of her life to learning how to grow it and brew with it. Female brewery owner and Toji, Miho Imada, mills the rice for this sake less than most Junmais because she believes it results in the best expression of rice flavor, balance, and complexity.
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“Try a hundred things. Make a thousand improvements.” Imada Brewing Company lives by these words said by Senzaburo Miura, a local legend who invented the “soft water brewing method.” These days, Imada Brewing Company is one of the few breweries with a female brewmaster, President Miho Imada. She was selected for the BBC 100 Women 2020. Imada Brewing Company is also well known for reviving and using a native Hiroshima sake rice called Hattanso for the first time in around 100 years. They’ve been growing it ever since and using it to brew great sake.
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