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Wakatake “Oniotome Sachi” Hiyaoroshi

Wakatake “Oniotome Sachi” Hiyaoroshi

Shizuoka Prefecture


Irresistibly smooth

A seasonal release that is part of Wakatake’s “Oniotome” series. The name “Oniotome” means “demon maiden,” hence the artistic rendition of a maiden on the bottle by Namiko Sonobe. Despite the name, you’ll find this sake much more pleasant than any demon. It is light and smooth with mild fruit flavors and a touch of acidity. Its alluring charm pairs wonderfully with creamy sauce-based dishes or warm tempura.


Category Junmai
Subcategory Namazume
Taste Profile Light & Dry
Alcohol 16.0%
RPR ? 60%
SMV ? +4.0
Acidity ? 1.3
Values listed are at the time of production.

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Wakatake “Oniotome Sachi” Hiyaoroshi - Shizuoka Prefecture

Wakatake is brewed in Shizuoka Prefecture in the Chubu region.

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Tasting Notes

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Omuraya Brewing Company

Omuraya Brewing Company

Shizuoka Prefecture

The oldest existing brewery in Shizuoka Prefecture started in 1832 as a guest house to accommodate travelers from Edo (Tokyo) with sake brewed with water from the beautiful local Ooi river. Omuraya has survived the downturns while all other breweries in Shimada City went bankrupt during the 70s. The 5th generation brewer Jiro Matsunaga supported by the local business community “Wakatake” helped Omuraya come back and release the now-world-famous brand “Onikoroshi” using the recipe passed down from the ancient times.

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