Takasago Shuzo

Hokkaido Prefecture, Japan

Founded in 1899 under the name of Kojimayama, Takasago Shuzo modernized itself quite quickly since the construction of the new factory in 1929. It is made of reinforced concrete, at the time when all others were made of wood. This building is still in use today. It uses for the production a local rice, cultivated only in hokkaido. The water comes from the Daisetsuyama mountain range surrounding Asahikawa city.

brasserie de saké japonais de Takasago Shuzo

Takasago Shuzo sakes
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Hokkaido Prefecture, Japan


Founded in 1899 under the name of Kojimayama, Takasago Shuzo modernized itself quite quickly since the construction of the new factory in 1929. It is made of reinforced concrete, at the time when all others were made of wood. This building is still in use today. It uses for the production a local rice, cultivated only in hokkaido. The water comes from the Daisetsuyama mountain range surrounding Asahikawa city.

brasserie de saké japonais de Takasago Shuzo

Takasago Shuzo sakes
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<p style="text-align: justify;">A sake that holds its finesse of the filtration method used, Ichiya Shizuku: drip overnight. The moromi is slowly filtered through canvas bags for as clear a sake as possible.</p> <p style="text-align: justify;"><strong>Very clean, remarkably clear thanks to drip filtration</strong></p> <p style="text-align: justify;">50cl - alc. 12.5% vol.</p>

18,00 €
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