[Respect for the Aged Day] To help your loved one live a long life
Respect for the Aged Day in 2022 is September 19th (Monday). Why not express your wishes to your loved ones who are always watching over you, wishing them well and expressing your gratitude that you cannot normally express?
What we recommend as a gift for someone who loves alcohol is ``Beautiful Sake from Ancient Times.''
``Kojo no Bishu'' is a premium brand that specializes in old sake that has been aged for over 10 years.
Over 10 years, the flavor becomes more complex and deeper. The aroma and color also have their own individuality, which is one of the real pleasures of enjoying old sake.
Additionally, koshu has a long history, and the oldest existing document is said to be a letter sent by Nichiren Shonin to his followers during the Kamakura period . It seems that there was a note written there saying that the old sake that the believers had given to Nichiren Shonin had a delicious taste.
Until the Edo period, old sake maintained its status as a noble alcoholic beverage , but after the Meiji period, due to high taxes and wars, it almost disappeared from this world. However, after the war, thanks to the sake brewers' faith in preserving old sake, even in small ways, it came back to us.
Old sake that seems to overlap with the life of a loved one who has survived turbulent times . I'm sure he is the person he is today because he has overcome both happy and painful experiences.
Enjoy your meal and taste old sake while listening to memories that you don't usually get to hear.
I think Respect for the Aged Day is an opportunity to make time like this.
"Amber, the beautiful sake of ancient times"
The brilliance of amber is created over millions of years.
This product probably has some overlap with the life of a loved one and the turbulent history of old sake.
``Amber'' is a gift set created with the hope that people will enjoy the unique and beautiful color of aged sake that new sake does not have.
``Amber'' contains 5 bottles of unique old Japanese sake from 1993 to 2010. They all have different colors and flavors, and you can see that each brand has evolved over time in different environments.
I'm sure the person you care about has had a variety of experiences in different places over time, and has met many people in their lives.
On Respect for the Aged Day, why not make a conscious effort to create a warm time by relaxing and enjoying conversation, drinking old sake, and sitting around the dinner table?
Please join us and enjoy a wonderful time with your family while reminiscing about old sake and its life.