Best served COLD or WARM
CLEAN • RICH
As “Kaiun”means “to welcome luck” in Japanese and this sake is often bought as a gift to celebrate the New Year, weddings, and more. It’s brewed using Yamadanishiki rice polished to 60 percent – a polishing percentage that’s usually required for a ginjo-style sake. Fresh fruity notes, a crisp, dry taste, and refined flavour palate make this one of Kaiun’s bestsellers.
The rice Sake made of comes from the own rice field. The quality of rice has been classified as AAA rank.
There are always effort to keep the high quality and communication with well-known rice makers from Hyogo and Okayama Prefecture.