For all its mystique, good sake comes down to three things: rice, water and the brewer’s skill. Nihonsakari has all three. Wielding generations of brewing knowledge, Yamadanishiki rice, and the famed miyamizu, a special water, the brewers at Nihonsakari crafted “Fuga,” a sake so graceful and pure it should be in an art gallery. If you’re looking for a true taste of Japan, or just a go-to sake, look no further.
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Relatively young brewery from 19th century, recovered through damages from the war and earthquake, Nihonsakari became one of the biggest breweries in Japan and also served its high quality sake to the royal family. Leading innovation in the way people consume sake by rebuilding a new perception for taste and health benefit, Nihonsakari now promotes a “more tasteful and more beautiful” life with sake.
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