Yume no Kaori rice, developed in and native to the Aizu region of Fukushima, was named with wishes of the aroma (kaori) of the rice expanding like a dream (yume) on your palate. The four-person brewing team who also grow sake rice in the summer puts their heart and soul into bringing you this carefully made, refreshing medium-bodied sake with notes of star anise, white flowers and grapefruit.
Yauemon is brewed in Fukushima Prefecture in the Tohoku region.
Yamatogawa Brewing Company
Founded in 1790 during the Edo era, Yamatogawa Brewing Company has been making sake over nine generations using pure water sourced from Iide Mountain. From early on, they have had a keen interest in using chemical-free fertilizers and reduced pesticides for their sake rice, and have been working closely with contract farmers in addition to having their own farm since 2007. They feel that their intimate understanding of the water, soil and climate, together with their legacy of sake making—and the courage to incorporate modern technology all in harmony—is what makes their soft, supple sake quintessentially theirs.