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Amanoto’s brewery is located in Akita in the snowy, northern part of Japan.

Amanoto’s brewery is located in Akita in the snowy, northern part of Japan.

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Amanoto

Established in 1917. Amanoto’s brewery is located in Akita in the snowy, northern part of Japan and they are the smallest of Akita’s 47 breweries.

The name ‘Amanoto’ was inspired by an old poem based on a Japanese myth. ‘Amanoto’ means ‘Heavens Door’ which is symbolised by the Magatama, a stone used for a necklace in the myth, pictured on the label.

TASTING PROFILE

Junkara Junmai

This sake is very dry. It has a hint of yeast and a nice floral character on the nose with complexity.



Style:

Junmai


Rice Type:

Kojimai (For Koji) — Ginnosei

Kakemai (For Sake) — Miyamanishiki


Rice Grown:

Akita


Rice Polishing Ratio:

60%


Alcohol:

16.5%


Serve:

Room Temperature or Warm

Junmai Ginjo

Junmai Ginjo shows beautiful purity with some subtle yeast complexity on the nose.



Style:

Junmai Ginjo


Rice Type:

Kojimai (For Koji) — Miyamanishiki

Kakemai (For Sake) — Miyamanishiki


Rice Grown:

Akita


Rice Polishing Ratio:

55%


Alcohol:

15.5%


Serve:

Chilled or Room Temperature

Junmai Daiginjo 35

Has been highly polished so that only 35% of the rice grain remains.



Style:

Junmai Daiginjo


Rice Type:

Kojimai (For Koji) — Akita Sake Komachi

Kakemai (For Sake) — Akita Sake Komachi


Rice Grown:

Akita


Rice Polishing Ratio:

35%


Alcohol:

16.5%


Serve:

Chilled or Room Temperature