Daiginjo

Daiginjo Azumanofumoto

Type: Daiginjo
Brewed rice, polish ratio: 33%
Alcohol content:17
Rice used: Yukimegami
Suggested retail price (excluding tax): 10,000 yen/1,800 ml 5,000 yen/720 ml


Features:Ultimate sake that allows you to fully enjoy the fragrance, umami and sweetness of rice. An award-winning sake that has been awarded the Gold Award in 2019 at the U.S. National Sake Appraisal.

Food Recommendations:Moderate to slightly strong-seasoned dishes. Yakitori, hot pot, fried chicken, rolled cabbage, stewed scallops, stir-fried seafood.

Daiginjo  Azumanofumoto
Daiginjo aged sake 10 years Ooichou

Type: Daiginjo
Brewed rice, polish ratio: 35%
Alcohol content: 17
Rice used: Yamada Nishiki
Suggested retail price (excluding tax): 11,690 yen/1,800 ml 5,100 yen/720 ml 1,980 yen/300 ml


Features: Daiginjo aged sake that has been carefully aged at a low temperature. Honey-like scent with a mature taste.

Food Recommendations: Boiled pork, beef shabu-shabu, gratin, cheese dishes, hot pot.

Daiginjo aged sake 10 years Ooichou

Junmai Daiginjo

Junmai Daiginjo TETSU

Type: Junmai Daiginjo
Brewed rice, polish ratio: 40%
Alcohol content:16
Rice used: Aiyama
Suggested retail price (excluding tax): 6,480 yen/1,800 ml 3,086 yen/720 ml


Features: The character "dragon" is written 4 times to form a single character that reads "tetsu". This is the kanji which has the most number of strokes. This symbolizes the Junmai Daiginjo sake which has been brewed carefully through a diligent process. Sake with Aiyama's unique softness and full, elegant finish.

Food Recommendations: Plain ingredients. White fish sashimi, chilled tofu, konjac sashimi, white fish mousse, white fish carpaccio, vermicelli salad, crab balls.

Junmai Daiginjo TETSU
Junmai Daiginjo Azumanofumoto

Type: Junmai Daiginjo
Brewed rice, polish ratio: 40%
Alcohol content: 17
Rice used: Yukimegami
Suggested retail price (excluding tax): 6,000 yen/1,800 ml 3,000 yen/720 ml


Features: A clear and clean taste with an elegant sweetness.

Food Recommendations: Light to medium ingredients. Shrimp sashimi, seaweed salad, steamed clam, spaghetti carbonara, shrimp gratin, prosciutto with melon, dim sum in general.

Junmai Daiginjo Azumanofumoto
Junmai Daiginjo Sanwanousagi

Type: Junmai Daiginjo
Brewed rice, polish ratio: 50%
Alcohol content: 15
Rice used: Dewasansan
Suggested retail price (excluding tax): 1,200 yen/500 ml 


Features: A Junmai Daiginjo with a motif portrating the legend of the rabbits from the local Kumano Shrine, one of the three largest Kumano in Japan. Incorporating wine's malolactic fermentation (MLF), this sake has a refreshing and soft, sweet and acidic taste reminiscent of fruit.

Food Recommendations: Dishes with plain ingredients and seasoning. Yuba dishes, crab pot, vegetable terrine, wonton, dim sum in general, stir-fried seafood.

Sanwanousagi

Junmai Ginjo

Junmai Ginjo Tsuyahime Nandodemo

Type: Junmai Ginjo
Brewed rice, polish ratio: 58%
Alcohol content: 15
Rice used: Tsuyahime
Suggested retail price (excluding tax): 2,500 yen/1,800 ml 800 yen/500 ml 500 yen/300 ml


Features: Collaboration product with Tohoku University of Technology students. The product name means "delicious at any temperature" or "enjoyable every time". A slightly dry and refreshing liquor that is recommended for sake beginners. Feel the difference in taste depending on the temperature.

Food Recommendations: Well-rounded. Flounder and kochi sashimi, braised bonito sashimi, sea urchin mousse, yellowtail teriyaki, sake lees soup, pasta in general, gratin, deep-fried white fish, Chinese-style stir-fried vegetables, Chinese-style stir-fried pork with green peppers, stir-fried seafood in general.

Tsuyahime Nandodemo
Junmai Ginjo Funenomai

Type: Junmai Ginjo
Brewed rice, polish ratio: 50%
Alcohol content: 15
Rice used: Dewasansan
Suggested retail price (excluding tax): 2,858 yen/1,800 ml 1,467 yen/720 ml 524 yen/300 ml


Features: Genuine Yamagata Sake that uses Yamagata-born rice, malt and yeast and Yamagata Prefecture's original brewer's rice "Dewa Sansan". A dry sake with a gentle Ginjo aroma and subtle umami.

Funenomai
Junmai Ginjo Azumanofumoto Yamagata Selection

Type: Junmai Ginjo
Brewed rice, polish ratio: 60%
Alcohol content: 15
Rice used: Dewanosato
Suggested retail price (excluding tax): 2,465 yen/1,800 ml 1,330 yen/720 ml


Features: Uses Yamagata Prefecture's original brewer's rice "Dewa no Sato". Gentle and smooth scent and soft, refreshing texture.

Food Recommendations: Light to medium ingredients. Negitoro, potato with butter, grilled crabs, seafood paella, deep fried oysters, sauteed mushrooms, stir-fried scallops.

Azumanofumoto Yamagata Selection
Junmai Ginjo Azumanofumoto Yamadanishiki

Type: Special Junmai
Brewed rice, polish ratio: 50%
Alcohol content: 16
Rice used: Yamada Nishiki
Suggested retail price (excluding tax): 3,000 yen/1,800 ml 1,500 yen/720 ml


Features: Yamada Nishiki used luxuriously in whole. Gorgeous fragrance and voluminous, condensed umami.

Food Recommendations: Dishes with strong ingredients and seasoning. Boiled mackerel in miso, yakitori sauce, pork shabu-shabu with sesame, sweet and sour pork, Chinese-style stir-fried pork with green peppers, roasted meat.

Junmai Ginjo Azumanofumoto Yamadanishiki

Special Junmai

Jukusei Genshu Hizoushu Azumanofumoto

Type: Special Junmai
Brewed rice, polish ratio: 50%
Alcohol content: 17
Rice used: Japanese rice for brewed
Suggested retail price (excluding tax): 3,270 yen/1,800 ml 1,648 yen/720 ml


Features: Aged Junmai Genshu recommended for those who prefer Junmai sake. A mellow and rich taste that cannot be experienced with new sake, yet not as distinguished as aged sake.

Food Recommendations: Medium seasoned dishes. Cream flavored dishes, stewed meat with potatoes, grilled white fish, hot pot, macaroni gratin, chicken cutlet, steamed chicken, stir-fried vegetables.

Hizoushu Azumanofumoto

Junmai

Junmai Azumanofumoto

Type: Junmai
Brewed rice, polish ratio: 55%
Alcohol content: 15
Rice used: Dewasansan
Suggested retail price (excluding tax): 2,240 yen/1,800 ml 1,125 yen/720 ml


Features: Dry Junmai sake that is refreshing every time. Also recommended as a mid-dinner drink or as a regular evening drink. Can be enjoyed in various temperatures from cold to hot.

Food Recommendations: Light to medium ingredients and seasoning. Grilled shirako, grilled crabs, minced sardine sashimi, fried mackerel, roast chicken, stir-fried seafood, stir-fried crab.

Junmai Azumanofumoto

Special Honjozo

Shiboritate Nama Arabashiri

Type: Special Hojozo
Brewed rice, polish ratio: 60%
Alcohol content: 18
Rice used: Miyama Nishiki
Suggested retail price (excluding tax): 2,286 yen/1,800 ml 1,250 yen/720 ml 440 yen/300 ml


Features: Fresh-squeezed, raw sake that has been bottled as-is. Fresh taste and texture specific to fresh-squeezed sake.

Food Recommendations: Medium to strong ingredients and seasoning. Red meat of tuna, medium-fatty tuna, sea urchin, roast beef, sausage, dumplings, dim sum in general.

Arabashiri
Chokarakuchi Abarejishi

Type: Special Hojozo
Brewed rice, polish ratio: 60%
Alcohol content: 15
Rice used: Japanese rice for brewed
Suggested retail price (excluding tax): 1,875 yen/1,800 ml 995 yen/720 m


Features: Refreshing! Dry! Super dry sake which can be enjoyed in various temperatures from cold to hot.

Food Recommendations: Light seasoning and plain ingredients. Sea eel, squid tempura, puffer fish sashimi, marinated seafood, vegetable terrine, wonton, vermicelli salad.

Abarejishi

Honjozo

Josen Azumanofumoto

Type:Honjozo
Brewed rice, polish ratio:65%
Alcohol content:15
Rice used:Japanese rice for brewed
Suggested retail price (excluding tax):1,800ml 1,900yen


Features:Taste sharp of Honjozo sake , good to drink both with cold and hot.

本醸造 上撰 東の麓

Ordinary sake

Seisen Azumanofumoto

Type:Ordinary sake
Brewed rice, polish ratio:65%
Alcohol content:15
Rice used:Japanese rice for brewed
Suggested retail price (excluding tax):1,800ml 1,715yen / 720ml 824yen / 300ml 322yen / Cup Sake(180ml) 215yen


Features:A sake brewery worker drink this sake every night, so make sake with love and affection as same as specially designated sake.
This sake loved locally and ordinary sake of a little dry.

普通酒 精撰 東の麓

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