HOUOUBIDEN NIKKO JUNMAIGINJO KIMOTO NAMA
In 2017, Kibayashi Shuzo gained the water source in Nikko, where is the world heritage. This Sake expresses the terroir of Nikko!
This is the new challenge of Kobayashi Shuzo, Hououbiden. They gained the water source in Nikko, where has many holy temples and designated as the world heritages in 1999.
This Sake is produced by using the holy water and the latest local rice, Yumesasara, grown in the same water source.
This Sake expresses the terroir of the holy place.
The Kimoto method fits the concept, and the natural and gentle Umami elegantly spreads in your mouth.
You will be fascinated by the graceful aroma and flavor.
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