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Reg. $13.99

Hakutsuru Excellent Junmai Sake has been brewed with a 250-year-old traditional technique of HAKUTSURU as our main product that has been getting good reputation from our long-loving customers. It is characterized by its well-matured, full-bodied ... click for more details
Sku: 556716


  750ML    
Reg. $18.99

Umeshu is a traditional Japanese liqueur made from ume fruit. A perfect balance between ume extract and alcohol is achieved by aging the whole fruit, with the stone still inside. The delicious tang of Umeshu comes from citric acid in the fruit, and ... click for more details
Sku: P2484


Reg. $18.99

The aroma of this sake bursts out of the glass. Floral, fruity, funky and complex, it accurately precludes the matching flavors of this sake. It finishes lively to the end, with a bright, snappy acidity. Great on its own, an apogee of ginjo sake,  click for more details
Sku: P57296


Reg. $14.99

A typical junmai ginjo style from Hyogo prefecture. This sake has an elegant, flowery aroma with a silky, well-balanced body and finish. This is a great sake to serve with sushi, yakatori, or slightly salted foods and to enjoy chilled.

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Sku: 068013



  500ML    
Reg. $25.99

  Sku: P59522


Reg. $14.99

This is a Nama-chozo sake, which means it is left un-pasteurized until the bottling stage; this adds zestiness to the mouthfeel. Refreshing aromas of bananas and tropical fruit. The finish offers hints of licorice and white pepper over stone-driven ... click for more details
Sku: P60865


Reg. $39.99

‘From Nigata. The only brewery to use Koshtande rice, a local rice. Characters on the label are an ancient style Kongee. The tast is dry, and fresh with pine aroma. Delicate and silky texture. Crisp finish.-Sadie, Sake ... click for more details
Sku: P62550


Reg. $15.99
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A modern style sparkling sake from Okayama prefecture. The bubbles are produced from natural fermentation and give the sake a full, sweet flavor. It can be enjoyed with acidic desserts, like blueberries and cassis, or mixed in a cocktail with a ... click for more details
Sku: 026128


Reg. $56.99

This Dai Ginjo from the Shizuoka Prefecture expresses a nose of soft ripe fruits with a hint of citrus. This premium sake has a perfect blend of fruit tones such as lychee with soft acidity. Ripe cantaloupe and tropical fruit flavors and a semi ... click for more details
Sku: 007997


Reg. $23.99
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This sake is a honjozo grade from the prefecture Yamagata, located in northern Japan. This is a crystal clear, light, and fruity sake, with aromas of cherries and hints of fresh herbs. As a honjozo, it is lighter and smoother than other sake grades,  click for more details
Sku: 044804


Reg. $78.99

Combining the best ingredients, old-fashioned know-how, and cutting edge technology enables this brewer to produce this pinnacle of refined elegance. Dassai Junmai Daiginjo features a delicate, fruity aroma and refined flavor. Rice Polishing ... click for more details
Sku: P62696


Reg. $18.99

Using only the premium Californian rice, Hakutsuru Organic Junmai Sake is carefully brewed with sophisticated skills and techniques. Ingredients, brewing process, aging process, and bottling process are all USDA certified organic. Sharp and ... click for more details
Sku: P58235


Reg. $32.99

Dry daiginjo sake with a clean nose, round waves of falvor and a silky texture on the palate.The rich, creamy flavor comes from the rice grain and the delicate sweetness is from the water we use for brewing. These are balanced and give a complexity ... click for more details
Sku: P58681


Reg. $30.99

his old-style sake is produced in the original Kimoto brewing method, giving it a great mellow flavor and higher acidity. Its rustic nature allows it to stand up to grilled chicken, soups and fried foods. It is great for serving warm or sipping cold. click for more details
Sku: 043877


Reg. $74.99

Akita Komachi means “beauty of AkitaĒ and is both a reference to the fair ladies for which the region is known as well as its cherished local rice of the same name. This daiginjo has upfront notes of white pepper that fade into dried apricot ... click for more details
Sku: 57592


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