SHIRAKI TSUNESUKE SHOTEN - GIFU PREFECTURE

Founded in 1835 in the town of Gifu, in central Japan. Today, Shiraki Tsunesuke Shoten is a brewery renowned throughout Japan for the production of Koshu sakes. All their vintages are named Daruma, after the monk who founded Zen Buddhism and, above all, his ability to stand up. Indeed, a hundred years ago, the brewery was damaged by an earthquake, but has since recovered well. In the 60s, they began to specialize in the production of Koshu, a category of sake that used to be highly prized, especially as it was often given as an offering to the gods, but which had all but disappeared in the post-war period. Today, it's the brewery's specialty. The production of this sake is a project initiated by local farmers. A rice offering to the gods produced by local farmers who wanted to produce a sake to offer to the shito gods.

Photo of Shiraki Tsunesuke Shoten sake brewery in Gifu prefecture

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bottle of japanese sake Daruma Masamune Jukusei 3 ans 72cl
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Aged for 3 years, this sake is a blend of several types of sake aged at the brewery. This elegant, well-balanced sake is the result of a method kept secret. A full-bodied, smooth koshu 72cl - alc. 15% vol.
€46.00Price
bottle of japanese sake Daruma Masamune Jukusei 3 ans 72cl
  • New
Aged for 3 years, this sake is a blend of several types of sake aged at the brewery. This elegant, well-balanced sake is the result of a method kept secret. A full-bodied, smooth koshu 72cl - alc. 15% vol.
€46.00Price