A set of 3 Japanese sake that goes well with sushi and fish
Sushi is one of the three major Japanese dishes. Japanese food should be enjoyed with Japanese sake.
We will guide you through a set of 3 recommended brands of sake that will make your sushi even more delicious.
① “Ninja” Junmai Ginjo unfiltered sake
Pure rice ginjo with a faint ginjo aroma and a satisfying taste.
・Manufacturer: Seko Sake Brewery ・Origin: Shiga Prefecture ・Ingredients: Rice (domestic), rice malt (domestic rice)
・Alcohol content: 17 to 18 degrees ・Rice polishing ratio: 60%
・Unpasteurized sake (requires refrigeration)
② Mizubasho Junmai Daiginjo “Midori”
It has a sweet aroma reminiscent of white peach, and is very easy to drink.
・Manufacturer: Nagai Sake Brewery ・Origin: Gunma Prefecture ・Ingredient Rice: Yamada Nishiki from Miki Bessho, Miki City, Hyogo Prefecture ・Ingredients: Rice (domestic), rice malt (domestic rice)
・Alcohol content: 15% ・Contents: 1,800ml
③ "Keigetsu" super dry special pure rice
Excellent compatibility with fish dishes such as bonito tataki, sashimi, and boiled fish!
・Manufacturer: Tosa Sake Brewery ・Origin: Kochi Prefecture ・Ingredients: Rice (domestic), rice malt (domestic rice)
・Alcohol content: 15 degrees ・Contents: 1800ml