2007 Sanin Togo
Raw material: Domestically produced rice
Rice polishing ratio: 70%
Alcohol content: 19 percent
Room temperature tank storage
Although it is brewed sweetly, it has a viscous taste that is typical of aged old sake, and the sweetness combined with the aged feeling gives it depth. The sourness and slight bitterness summarize the overall balance.
Brewer: Fukura Shuzo
Founded in 1889
Yurihama Town, Tottori Prefecture
From the shore of Lake Togo (former Togo Town) known for Hawai Onsen and Togo Onsen, the representative brand is named Sanin Togo. Inheriting the construction of Mr. Izumo Mori, we are particular about small-scale construction with local water, rice, and people. We are diligently working on sake brewing using the water used to grow the fresh and fresh "Nijisseiki" pears, which is a specialty of the company.