2007 San'in Togo
Raw material rice: Domestic rice milling ratio 70%
Alcohol content: 19 degrees, stored in tank at room temperature
Although it was brewed sweetly, it has a viscous taste typical of aged sake, and the sweetness combined with the aged feel gives it depth. Acidity and slight bitterness round out the overall balance.
Brewing company: Fukura Sake Brewery
Founded in 1889
Yurihama Town, Tottori Prefecture
The representative brand is named San'in Togo because of Lake Togo (formerly Togo Town), which is known for Hawai Onsen and Togo Onsen. Inheriting the style of Izumo toji, we are particular about small-scale production using local water, rice, and people. They use the water from which they grow their local specialty, the juicy ``Nijisseiki'' pears, as the water used for brewing sake.