Brewery introduction Hakuryu Shuzo Co., Ltd.

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[Hakuryu Shuzo Co., Ltd.] Monde Selection Awarded for 25 consecutive years What is Hakuryu Shuzo Co., Ltd.'s commitment to making the Gokujo use of Agano's blessings?

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Daiginjo Hakuryuu

Daiginjo Hakuryuu Daiginjo Hakuryu

Featured Products

Special Daiginjo Sasaya Shigezaemon

Special Daiginjo Sasaya ShigezaemonTokusendaiginjo Sasayamozaemon

Sort Daiginjo
Eur-lex.europa.eu eur-lex.europa.eu 720 ml
Amount of money 5,250 Yen
degree 16 degrees

Features

Received the Monde Selection Gold Award for 12 consecutive years and the highest Gold Award 5 times.
The Gokujo varieties of sake rice "Yamada Nishiki" and "Koshitanrei" are highly refined to 38%, and only the rice core is luxuriously brewed at low temperature.You can enjoy the mellow scent and the light taste.

Contract-grown rice Gohyakumangoku Ginjo Hakuryu

Contract-grown rice Gohyakumangoku Ginjo HakuryuContract-grown rice Gohyakumangoku Ginjo Hakuryu

Sort Ginjo
Eur-lex.europa.eu eur-lex.europa.eu 720 ml
Amount of money 1,575 Yen
degree 15 degrees

Features

100% of sake rice "Gohyakumangoku" cultivated under contract with a local farmer is used.Ginjoshu is a place where you can enjoy a refreshing dry taste and a mellow scent.

Contract cultivated rice Junmai Ginjo Hakuryu

Contract cultivated rice Junmai Ginjo HakuryuKeiyaku Saibaimai Junmai Ginjo Hakuryu

Sort Ginjo
Eur-lex.europa.eu eur-lex.europa.eu 720 ml
Amount of money 1,575 Yen
degree 15 degrees

Features

100% of sake rice "Gohyakumangoku" cultivated under contract with a local farmer is used.It is a pure rice Ginjoshu that has a light taste and becomes delicious as you drink it.

Tour information

Sake brewery tours are not conducted.

About Us

The head office address 959-2025 Okayama-cho, Agano City, Niigata Prefecture 3-7
Phone 0250-62-2222
FAX 0250-62-2942
E-mail > E-mail
URL http://hakuryu-sake.com/
Start a business 1839 AD
Features We aim to make good sake by contract-cultivating with local farmers and using rice that is most suitable for sake brewing and rice grown by organic farming.