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岡山県赤磐市西軽部762−1
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Sakehitosuji純米吟醸
tottsy
Japanese Food Days Osaketo & Nihonbashi 050-5890-1742 Tokyo Tatemono Nihonbashi Bldg. B1F, 1-3-13 Nihonbashi, Chuo-ku, Tokyo https://tabelog.com/tokyo/A1302/A130202/13258001/
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Sakehitosuji純米酒純米
家飲み部
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ぽん
Toshimori Shuzo Sake Ichijuji Junmai Sake This brewery is located in Akaiwa City, Okayama Prefecture. Rice "Akebono" produced in Okayama Prefecture 70% polished rice. Soft rice aroma, rich rice flavor The balance between the rich rice flavor and the gentle acidity is good. It has a good balance of soft rice aroma, rich rice flavor and gentle acidity, and a crisp finish. It is also delicious lukewarm! #Nihon-shu
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Sakehitosuji新酒しぼりたて純米吟醸生酒無濾過
家飲み部
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bouken
It is not written on the label, but according to the liquor store's explanation, it is an unfiltered, unpasteurized sake made from Omachi. It was purchased together with Tsururei Nigori at Tanaka Shoten. It has a fresh taste like a nama-shu, and the sweetness and spiciness are in balance. Refreshing and fruity. Gentle sweetness with a sense of thickening.
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Sakehitosuji金麗純米吟醸
家飲み部
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ルテルテミ
At Hankyu Department Store. I was enthusiastically told that the brewery had revived Omachi, which was said to be a phantom rice🌾 because it was difficult to cultivate. I was also interested in the five-step brewing sake, but this time I bought this one. My husband laughed at me when he saw the label on the sake, saying it was just like me, but it tasted different from what he imagined. It has a fruity aroma and a clean taste, but I really like the umami and sweetness of Omachi. Polishing ratio: 56 100% Omachi rice used Alcohol content: 15.5
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アラジン
Hi Luteltemi 😃 I've never had the sake of Rimori Sake Brewery, which revived the cultivation of Omachi, but I saw that it was sold at Hankyu 😳I felt the pride that the brewery takes in Omachi and the passion that Luteltemi has for sake 😁.
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pyonpyon
Hi Lutertemi, 👋😃I'm familiar with this place in my hometown Okayama, but it's very far from Kansai 😅Thanks for selling it at Hankyu 🎵😍🎵I like what your husband said 😁💨💨.
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ジェイ&ノビィ
Hi Lutertemi 😃 I remember you saying that you had your first drink of Sake Ichisuji about 2 years ago, not long after we first started Sakewa, and that it set the direction for the future 😆 I haven't had it since 😅It looks delicious here!
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ルテルテミ
Good evening, Aladdin😄He comes to Hankyu twice a year. I am interested only in the Akaban Oumachi brewery. I'll be happy to drink good sake 😆.
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ルテルテミ
Good evening, pyonpyon😁. It's a long way from Kansai, but I would like to visit this brewery. I would love to take a relaxing trip to Okayama ☺️ Ignore what my husband says 🤣.
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ルテルテミ
Good evening, Jay & Nobby😄. It is wonderful that you two talked about the future direction of the company. I can always tell that you two are drinking well together ☺️
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Sakehitosujiかたつむり 淡にごり純米吟醸にごり酒
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のちを
I was called to work in Tokyo. I don't like cities. The subway was extremely crowded. I was so surprised to see the rush for the first time in a while. I went to a store that I remember by name for the first time in a long time. There are a lot of nigori, so I choose the ones I don't think I'll buy myself. A sake I've never had before. It's delicious. It is rich but easy to drink. I regret that I didn't drink it before. I thought it meant "I envy you because you have a house where you can get drunk and sleep wherever you want," but apparently that's not true. I thought it meant "I envy you because you have a house where you can sleep when you get drunk", but apparently not. Hmmm, I think it's an afterthought 🧐.
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Sakehitosuji赤磐雄町純米大吟醸
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じゅんさん
Akaban Omachi, a sake with a rather bracing name, made with locally produced Omachi, which goes well with the local yellow chives boiled in soy sauce. A delicious mid-meal sake with a pleasantly dry taste that lingers well on the palate. Recommended in Okayama! Ingredient rice: Omachi rice Rice polishing ratio 40 Sake degree +4 Acidity 1.3 Alcohol content 15
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