AKASHI SAKE BREWERY Co., Ltd.

AKASHI SAKE BREWERY Co., Ltd.

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Akashi Sake Brewery is a small artisanal sake producer based in Akashi city, a fishing town in Hyogo prefecture in Western Japan. Hyogo is the traditional sake brewing capital of Japan, known for the best sake rice and pure water. Our signature range Akashi-Tai is true artisan sake, handmade in small batches by our Toji (or master brewer) Kimio Yonezawa and his close team of trusted craftsmen. We brew using traditional methods, and only with the highest quality, locally produced ingredients. However traditional doesn’t mean closed-minded, conservative or nonprogressive. The way to truly respect tradition is to keep it alive, and to do that you sometimes need to be willing to question and challenge. This requires the strength of character to follow your own path, but with a profound understanding of, and respect for the centuries of tradition and craft that have led to where we are now. Today’s innovations are tomorrow’s traditions.

Products

  • Akashi-Tai Junmai Daiginjo Genshu

    Akashi-Tai Junmai Daiginjo Genshu is a floral and fruity sake full, broad palate and a hint of minerality. A full-bodied sake with elegant and aromati...

  • Hatozaki Pure Malt Whisky

    Hatozaki Pure Malt Whisky is a vatting of 100% malt whiskies which have been aged in imported bourbon casks, imported sherry casks and native Mizunara...

  • 135° East Gin

    135 East Gin marries Oriental and Western traditions in a harmonious manner both in the gin and on the label which shows early 20th Century people in...

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Contacts

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    AKASHI SAKE BREWERY Co., Ltd.

    www.akashi-tai.com
    1-3 Okurahachiman-cho Akashi-city Hyogo 673-0871 Japan

Product Categories

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    Spirits
    • Gin
    • Whisky
    Wine & Champagne
    • Saké

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