1983 Iwanoi (Chiba Prefecture) Sweet and gorgeous aroma and spicy flavor like dried fruits and nuts.
1987 Yanokoshi (Fukushima Prefecture) The sweetness and bitterness that you feel when you put it in your mouth is just like high-quality brandy and has a long smoky finish.
1993 Umenishiki (Ehime Prefecture) The aroma of fragrant nuts and the sweetness of well-ripened yellow peach spread.
1995 Kamaya (Saitama Prefecture) A gentle scent like ripe bananas and a floral and gorgeous scent.
1995 Aoi Tsuru (Hyogo Prefecture) The sweet, gorgeous and fragrant aroma of honey and almonds and the mellow sweetness spread.
1996 Ichinotani (Fukui Prefecture) A good balance between the aroma of well-ripened Japanese pears, the sweetness of caramel, and the spicy bitterness.
1997 Kikuzakari (Iwate Prefecture) Smoky flavor with aroma like caramel and almonds.
1997 Kaganotsuki (Ishikawa Prefecture) The rich flavor of aging is gentle, and the moderate acid wraps it like a veil.
1997 Kashoku (Fukui Prefecture) Freshly baked toast-like scent, faint banana scent.
1998 Sato no Izumi (Fukushima Prefecture) A mellow aroma like black tea and aroma like hazelnuts.
1998 Eikun (Kyoto Prefecture) The sweet and gorgeous aroma of honey and yellow peach is pleasant, and the acidity and spicy flavor are balanced.
1998 Hida Masamune (Gifu Prefecture) A rich aroma of tropical fruits, roses, nutmeg, etc.
1999 Narimasa (Toyama Prefecture) A sweet and gorgeous aroma like honey or black tea and a thick taste with a slight bitterness.
1999 Fukumitsuya (Ishikawa Prefecture) Apricot jam-like sweetness and acid balance, caramel-like fragrant and mellow aroma.
2000 Asahikawa (Yamagata Prefecture) Elegant acidity and mellow aroma unique to aged sake such as banana, caramel and oak.
2001 Wakatsuru (Toyama Prefecture) Sweet and ripe yellow peach and honey scents, a refreshing mint-like gorgeous scent.
2001 Tenon (Gifu Prefecture) The vanilla-like aroma matches the sweetness, reminiscent of chestnuts and bananas.
2003 Yamabuki (Akita Prefecture) A fragrant scent like cacao and an exotic scent of cinnamon and cumin.
2004 Mine no Yuki (Fukushima Prefecture) Sweet and sour anzu and honey, with a refreshing herb scent.
2004 Kitanosho (Fukui Prefecture) A sweet and gorgeous scent like a ripe pear and a refreshing spice scent like cardamom.
2006 Taninokoshi (Fukushima Prefecture) The sweetness and bitterness you feel when you put it in your mouth is just like a high-quality brandy.
2006 Shirayuki (Hyogo Prefecture) A sweet and rich aroma like pear compote aged in oak wine barrels.
2006 Umenishiki (Ehime Prefecture) The bright sweet aroma of ripe bananas and the aged aroma of honey and nuts spread brilliantly.
2007 Kitanosho (Fukui Prefecture) Sweet scent of melon, spices like white pepper and sweetness with soft acidity.
2007 Kusudama (Gifu Prefecture) Sweet and ripe pear aroma and fragrant flavors such as black pepper and almonds.
2007 Sanin Togo (Tottori Prefecture) Sweet, gorgeous and fragrant scent of honey and almonds, and mellow sweetness.
2009 Maboroshi no Taki (Toyama Prefecture) A gorgeous flavor with the mellow aroma of butter and the sweet aroma of bananas.
2009 Hanagaki (Fukui Prefecture) Spicy aroma like oriental cumin and nutmeg and sweet aroma like ripe pear.
2010 Tatsuriki (Hyogo Prefecture) A wonderful sweet scent like ripe figs.
2013 Tamagawa (Kyoto Prefecture) The aroma of caramel and hazelnut spreads, and the sweetness and pleasant bitterness are strong.