Raïfuku Shuzo

Located since three centuries in the Ibaraki region, in the north of Tokyo, the Raïfuku brewery is located in a magnificent environment with very pure water coming from the Tsukuba mountains. Its speciality is developing yeast from flowers "Hanakobo" (hana for flowers and kobo for yeast). Therefor, from different flowers it produces a broad variety  of yeast that are going to enable the production of very unique taste sakes.


Two pictures illustrating the produciton of sake in Raifuku Shuzo sake brewery : washing rice and cooking-up   Two other images illustrating the sake produciton in Raifuku Shuzo: a person place the rice in the Koshiki for cooking, another person prepares the moto, the fermentation starter

Located since three centuries in the Ibaraki region, in the north of Tokyo, the Raïfuku brewery is located in a magnificent environment with very pure water coming from the Tsukuba mountains. Its speciality is developing yeast from flowers "Hanakobo" (hana for flowers and kobo for yeast). Therefor, from different flowers it produces a broad variety  of yeast that are going to enable the production of very unique taste sakes.



Two pictures illustrating the produciton of sake in Raifuku Shuzo sake brewery : washing rice and cooking-up   Two other images illustrating the sake produciton in Raifuku Shuzo: a person place the rice in the Koshiki for cooking, another person prepares the moto, the fermentation starter

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<p>Installed for over 3 centuries in Ibaraki prefecture, Raïfuku Shuzo uses yeasts from flowers for the development of unique taste sakes. This is precisely what is interesting to note in this tasting. We introduce three of their most emblematic sakes.<br /><br /><strong>3 SAKES - RAÏFUKU SHUZO</strong><br />RAYUKU Junmaï Sweet - Junmaï Ginjo Chokarakuchi - Aiyama</p>

65,40 €

<p style="text-align: justify;">The specialty of Raïfuku brewery is to use yeast from flowers, the "Hanakobo". For this sake, the yeast is derived from the flower of climbing rose. The Aiyama rice is also very interesting; it is a very rare strain and its starchy white heart (called Shimpaku in Japanese) is bigger than the one of Yamadanishiki!<br /><br /><strong>Rather sweet and creamy</strong><br /><br /><span style="color: #9b9b9b;">来福 純米吟醸 愛山 来福酒造(茨城県)</span><br /><span style="color: #9b9b9b;">72cl - alc 15% vol.</span></p>

38,00 €

<p style="text-align: justify;">As its name indicates, "cho=much", "Karakuchi"=dry, here we have a very dry and tense sake. Rather masculine, very elegant and dry in mouth, well balanced. .It is produced by Raïfuku brewery which is specialized in the developpement of yeasts coming from flowers, the "Hanakobo".<br /><br /><strong>Very dry and tense<br /><br /></strong><span style="color: #9b9b9b;">来福 純米吟醸 超辛口 来福酒造(茨城県)</span><br /><span style="color: #9b9b9b;">72cl - alc. 17% vol.</span></p>

33,00 €

<p style="text-align: justify;">A junma ginjo nama-genshu, unpasteurized and unreduced, from Raïfuku Shuzo in Ibaraki. Rich, very fresh thanks to good acidity and unpasteurized character, it is produced at the feet of Mount Tsukuba, from Hattan Nishiki rice polished to 50%.<br /><br /><strong>A Junmaï Ginjo Nama Genshu very fresh, lively and toned!</strong><br /><br /><span style="color: #9b9b9b;">来福 純米吟醸生原酒 来福酒造(茨城県)</span><br /><span style="color: #9b9b9b;">72cl - Alc. 17% Vol. </span></p>

33,25 € 35,00 €
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<p style="text-align: justify;">A sake from Raïfuku brewery whose specialty is the use of flowers yeasts, also called "Hanakobo". Rice here is a Yamadanishiki, recognized as one of the best rice for sake and used for the best ginjo and daïginjo.<br /><br /><strong>A delicate, fresh and floral sake. A very beautiful ginjo!</strong><br /><br /><span style="color: #9b9b9b;">来福 純米吟醸山田錦 来福酒造(茨城県)</span><br /><span style="color: #9b9b9b;">72cl - alc 16% vol.</span></p>

35,00 €
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