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Bishamon Junmai Ginjo Sake 300ml

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$19.50
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We mixed very famous rice for sake making : Gohyakumangoku and Koshiibuki from Nigata, Japan; clearing and polishing the rice to 55%. We used filtered upper Iiderenpou mountain stream water from Kaji river.
Bishamon Group owner “Takaaki Koyama” went to the famous giant “Kikusui” sake brewing company to make the sake himself.


  • Junmai Ginjo
  • Alcohol Lv: 15%
  • Rice Remaining Ratio 55%
  • Japanese Sake
  • Level (SMV) 3.5-4.0
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