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Akita Seishu Brewery - Dewatsuru Awa Sake Ashitahe Sparkling Sake 720ml
Producer: Akita Seishu Brewery
Country / Region: Japan, Akita Prefecture
Date brand was established: 1972 (founded in 1865)
Alcohol Content / Volume: 13% / 720ml
Sake Classification: Junmai Ginjo
Rice Polishing Rate: 55%
Rice Varierty: Akita Komachi 100%
Ingredients: Rice, Rice koji
Serving Temperature: Serve at 5~10°C
Storage Tips: Keep in cold and dark place.
Good to Know: The Dewatsuru Awa Sake Ashitahe is a sparkling sake made from "Akita Sake Komachi", a rice suitable for sake brewing contracted in the area around the brewery, and the clear and soft water that comes from the mountains surrounding the brewery. Please enjoy the new frontiers of Japanese sake created by the skills of the brewers.
Est. in 1865 as "Yamato Sake Brewery" by the esteemed Shigeshiro Ito, 12th patriarch of the Ito lineage, nestles in the historic Naraoka, Dewa Province (presently known as Daisen City, Akita Prefecture).
Succession to the 13th generation saw Kyonosuke, refurbishing the business into the "Ochiai Sake Brewery Co., Ltd.", embedding its legacy within the very locale's name. It was within this momentous shift, the sake was christened "Dewa Tsuru" - an elegant metaphor likening the sophistication of this cherished brew to the grace of a crane, a toast befitting the essence of Dewa province.
Kyonosuke, further demonstrated his vision and leadership by erecting the Prefectural Brewing Experiment Station whilst presiding over the Akita Prefectural Sake Brewers Association. He showcased his passion for prefectural sake preservation by welcoming the noted technical leader, Masatsune Hanaoka, often hailed as the progenitor of Akita Prefecture's sake.
Beyond mere brewing excellence, Kyonosuke extended his endeavours, concerning himself with the cultivation of trainers and ameliorating their equine subjects, the rejuvenation of arable land, and fortifying local agrarian efforts. This included the conceptualization and execution of a notable philanthropic project - opening the rice fields to the local populace. Kyonosuke imprinted his legacy not only on the sake industry but also on the fabric of societal progress.
Imbued with the essence of legacy, our brewery, in this present day, crafts a "sake that etches memories into the soul of its connoisseurs", with fine grade pure rice sake forming its bedrock. “sake that remains in the hearts of those who drink it” with pure rice sake at its core.