Ingredients: 100% Yamada Nishiki from Hyogo Prefecture
Rice polishing ratio: 65％
This sake was brewed in Osaka prefecture, in Sakai city.
The Mozu Tombs, which is also a symbol of Sakai’s land, was registered as the first world cultural heritage in Osaka by the UNESCO.
The Mozu tombs in Sakai are huge burial mounds built from the latter half of the 4th century to the first half of the 6th century.
There are 44 burial mounds in the area of about 4 km square from east to west and north to south.
It is the largest burial mound in Japan with a length of about 486 meters.
It has a slightly sweet and rich taste with plenty of umami.
You can even enjoy it warm and it goes well with rich soy sauce-based dishes (yakitori).
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