There is always the night

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だから、人には夜がある

ProductList

  • Junmai-daiginjo

    Silver Kirai

    Clear and refined aroma
    with a smooth taste.

    Rice polishing ratio :
    43%
    Ingredients (Rice, Rice-koji):
    100% Yamadanishiki
    Premium water used :
    Ryuozan subterranean
    river water from the Shikoku mountains
    Price :
    ¥6,480 (incl. tax) for a 1,800 ml bottle
    ¥3,240 (incl. tax) for a 720 ml bottle
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  • Houjun (Well-mellowed) Junmai-ginjo

    Red Kirai

    A pleasant moment to enjoy
    the fresh aroma and resonance.

    Rice polishing ratio :
    53%
    Ingredients (Rice, Rice-koji):
    100% Ginnosato
    Premium water used :
    Ryuozan subterranean
    river water from the Shikoku mountains
    Price :
    ¥3,240 (incl. tax) for a 1,800 ml bottle
    ¥1,620 (incl. tax) for a 720 ml bottle
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  • Umakuchi (Mild) Special Junmai-shu

    Black Kirai

    A gentle aroma with a broad rice
    umami taste

    Rice polishing ratio :
    63%
    Ingredients (Rice, Rice-koji):
    100% Ginnosato
    Premium water used :
    Ryuozan subterranean
    river water from the Shikoku mountains
    Price :
    ¥2,700 (incl. tax) for a 1,800 ml bottle
    ¥1,350 (incl. tax) for a 720 ml bottle
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  • Gottsui Karakuchi (Very Dry) Junmai-shu

    White Kirai

    A prominent dryness
    with an unparalleled aftertaste.

    Rice polishing ratio :
    70%
    Ingredients (Rice, Rice-koji): Rice grown in Japan
    Premium water used :
    Ryuozan subterranean
    river water from the Shikoku mountains
    Price :
    ¥2,160 (incl. tax) for a 1,800 ml bottle
    ¥1,080 (incl. tax) for a 720 ml bottle
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Tsukasagiku sake brewery

The Pleasure of a Sip

Kirai in Tokushima Prefecture dates as far back as the Kamakura period.
From the land of pleasure comes a pleasurable cup.

Prepared by Awa-touji (Brewmasters)

Kirai is a sake that “throws down a gauntlet”. So says brewmaster Yasushi Irahara.
Sake brewed with overflowing spirit born in Awa for Japan and the world.

Inherited Will

“Well-rounded and refined chrysanthemum fragrance” The Tsukasagiku sake brewery was
founded in 1896. The desire to preserve sake brewing was passed onto the next generation.

The Only Peerless Environment

The clear Shikoku mountain water and Mima’s climate is second-to-none.
Beautiful sake due to the blessing of being surrounded by mountains and rivers.