Oseki

Hyogo Prefecture, Japan 

The establishment of Ozeki dates back to 1711 by Osakaya Chobei in the village of Imazu. It was then called "Manryo" before changing its name to "Ozeki" more than a century later. Totally destroyed by fire due to an air raid during the Second World War, it started from practically nothing in a spirit of innovation that will lead it to become one of the undisputed market leaders. For example, the company sponsored Sumo tournaments and launched the first "One Cup" for the Tokyo Olympic Games. Since 1979, Ozeki has also been producing in the United States to satisfy local demand.

Brasserie de saké japonais Oseki

Oseki sakes
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Hyogo Prefecture, Japan 

The establishment of Ozeki dates back to 1711 by Osakaya Chobei in the village of Imazu. It was then called "Manryo" before changing its name to "Ozeki" more than a century later. Totally destroyed by fire due to an air raid during the Second World War, it started from practically nothing in a spirit of innovation that will lead it to become one of the undisputed market leaders. For example, the company sponsored Sumo tournaments and launched the first "One Cup" for the Tokyo Olympic Games. Since 1979, Ozeki has also been producing in the United States to satisfy local demand.

Brasserie de saké japonais Oseki

Oseki sakes
Below, all the references of Oseki available on our online store.

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<p style="text-align: justify;">A rich and lively sake. Relatively dry, it allows him to pair well with an infinity of culinary preparations. "Karatamba" is an excellent Honjozo-shu that can be enjoyed cold or hot at any time of the year. <br /><br /><strong>Discover the classic Ozeki brewery! <br /><br /></strong><span style="color: #9b9b9b;">30cl - alc. 15.5% vol. <br />辛丹波 本醸造 生貯蔵 大関(兵庫)</span></p>

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