Introducing The Best Sake
In Japan, you can see various spectacular scenery in each of the four seasons, but did you know that winter is the best season where you can enjoy beautiful scenery?
Its beauty seized not only the hearts of Japanese but also foreign tourists too.
For example, one of the famous sightseeing places, the Gassho-zukuri village, is bustling with many people, and it's also registered as a World Heritage Site.
Many tourists visit the hot spring town in search of a beautiful and quaint landscape, and enjoy delicious food and Sake that warms their body.
WE PROUD TO INTRODUCE
TO ALL OVER THE WORLD
You can enjoy the typical taste of the season throughout the whole year
in each of the beautiful four seasons in Japan.
Did you know that winter is actually the best season for Sake?
There are high-class Best Sake for heating: Kanzale in Japan, and those are different from hot wines or whiskies at all.
Delivering Japanese winter treasures!
Kan-Sake is the best one for beauty and health. We want you to warm your body and heart with sake especially during the cold winter time.
This is the origin of Japanese "hospitality". Serving a Kan-Sake was the very basis of hospitality, saying, "Please come in and make your body warm." We want to convey Omotenashi: love hospitality from Japan!
In this project, we Japanese will confidently introduce how to taste Sake that can only be encountered in this cold season.
Fermentation Kingdom Aichi
available Miso, soy sauce, mirin, vinegar, sake
The brewery uses water from a well in Moriyama-ku, Nagoya City, and mills its own rice. The sake is brewed by hand in the traditional Yamahai style.
You can enjoy a variety of flavors depending on the brewing method, while keeping the taste of the rice.
The brewery values a soft mouthfeel and a light aftertaste.
In order to incorporate new characteristics and attractions, the brewery actively engages in innovative approaches while maintaining the basic taste.
The brewery donated the rice field of Atsuta Shrine and named it "Kami no Ii" (God's Well)