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Kanrakushu – Junmai Daiginjo Premium


This exceptional Junmai Daiginjo sake brewed in Osaka prefecture is using a unique brewing method called [8-stage brewing].

At the stage of making moromi sake, it is common to put the sake in the tank first, and then add the koji, steamed rice, and water in three portions.
This is called three-stage preparation.
The original eight-stage preparation is made by adding five more preparations to this.
Keeping the yeast activity to the end, resulting in a “rich sweet” finish.
You will feel a plump umami and an elegant sweetness in this sake. The after-taste is sharp.

The recommended way to drink:

Drink it cold as it is a pretty sweet sake

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When you drink

Extra cold (about 5℃)

Cold (about 10℃)

Chill (about 15℃)

How to preserve

8 – 10℃

Refrigerator is the best place to store.
(If not, a place that gets as cold as possible.)

Food pairings


Product Specifications
Type Sake Category Junmai Daiginjo
Rice Yamada Nishiki from Hyogo Prefecture SMV
Rice polishing ratio 40% Alc. by Vol. 16%
Brewery Rikyu Gura Prefecture Osaka, Japan
Size 720ml Format Glass bottle

Rikyu brewery is based in Osaka prefecture in the city of Sakai.
Sakai’s sake brewing industry… Read more»


Address: 3-3, Nishi, Kai-cho, Sakai-ku, Sakai-shi, Osaka  590-0950

Rikyugura’s sakes

Weight 2 kg