HINOMARU JOZO - AKITA PREFECTURE

Founded in 1689, Hinomaru Jozo is located in the snowy heart of Akita Prefecture.  It uses water from underground wells in the Kurikoma mountain range. Named after the witch hazel flower whose sprouting through the snow signals the imminent arrival of spring, the brewery seeks to embody this spirit in its sake: resistant, robust, yet delicate. Thus, the Mansaku No Hana brand is a session sake that embodies the characteristics of Japanese witch hazel, and is loaded with umami with a subtly nuanced aromatic profile.

Photo of the Hinomaru Jozo brewery in Akita prefecture

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Mansakuno Hana 72cl Japanese sake bottle
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Daiginjo Sakes
This Junmai Daiginjo has been aged for a year in a low-temperature cellar, developing its flavors to the full. It is distinguished by its smoothness and purity, ideal for leisurely sipping. A sake of exceptional aromatic richness 72cl - Alc. 16% vol.
€64.00Price
Mansakuno Hana 72cl Japanese sake bottle
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Daiginjo Sakes
This Junmai Daiginjo has been aged for a year in a low-temperature cellar, developing its flavors to the full. It is distinguished by its smoothness and purity, ideal for leisurely sipping. A sake of exceptional aromatic richness 72cl - Alc. 16% vol.
€64.00Price
bottle of japanese sake Umakara Mansaku Tokubetsu Junmai 72cl
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Umakara Mansaku Tokubetsu Junmai is a sake that combines pleasant acidity and dryness with the rich umami provided by the rice grown by the brewmaster himself. For everyday drinking 72cl - alc. 15% vol.
€38.00Price
bottle of japanese sake Umakara Mansaku Tokubetsu Junmai 72cl
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Umakara Mansaku Tokubetsu Junmai is a sake that combines pleasant acidity and dryness with the rich umami provided by the rice grown by the brewmaster himself. For everyday drinking 72cl - alc. 15% vol.
€38.00Price