SHIMIZU SEIZABURO SHOTEN - MIE PREFECTURE

Shimizu Seizaburo Shoten was founded in 1869 in Suzuka, Mie prefecture. The brewery nurtures the hope of progressing a little further each day towards its "ideal sake". To achieve this goal, they prefer to work by hand rather than using automated machines. Their "sake-zukuri" method of making sake, for example, is based on the use of small fermentation tanks, which enable them to pay particular attention to the delicate workings of the fermentation process.

The toji, Tomohiro Uchiyama, studied biochemistry before beginning his career in sake-making. From the outset, Uchiyama combined exceptional sensitivity with a firm belief in the importance of uncompromising sake-making. In recent years, Uchiyama's talents have flourished and he has been recognized both nationally and internationally, winning numerous prestigious awards at major competitions every year.


Photo of Shimizu Seizaburo Shoten brewery in Mie prefecture

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bouteille de saké japonais Zaku Gen No Tomo Junmai 72cl
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Zaku Gen No Tomo Junmai is a refreshing, fruity sake that goes well with all kinds of dishes and can be enjoyed at any temperature. A refreshing, fruity junmai 72cl - alc. 15% vol.
€44.00Price
bouteille de saké japonais Zaku Gen No Tomo Junmai 72cl
  • New
Zaku Gen No Tomo Junmai is a refreshing, fruity sake that goes well with all kinds of dishes and can be enjoyed at any temperature. A refreshing, fruity junmai 72cl - alc. 15% vol.
€44.00Price