Amazake with a gentle taste that is not too sweet and is smooth to drink even with large grains.
Founded in the Genroku era of Edo, Tachibanakura Sake Brewery has a history of over 300 years. At the time of its founding, the company was also involved in the pharmaceutical industry, contributing to the local economy. We are engaged in sake brewing by scrutinizing raw materials with rice farmers in Nagano Prefecture, valuing the blessings of Saku's nature brought about by the cold climate, clear water (subsoil water of the Chikuma River in the Yatsugatake Mountains), and microorganisms (saccharification of koji mold). .
Amazake PREMIUM from Kikukura Kuramoto uses plenty of subsoil water from the Chikuma River in the Yatsugatake mountains to create a smooth and comfortable amazake. The koji grains are large and plump. The sweetness increases with each bite.
Staff recommended points
The largest koji grains in the MURO store! It is an irresistible amazake for those who like graininess. It has a high proportion of water and is easy to drink, so it is a gentle amazake that is not too sweet.
About the product
- Internal capacity
- raw materials
- Domestic rice, rice koji
- Allergens contained in this product
- expiry date
- 180 days from the date of manufacture at room temperature
- Preservation method
- Store in a cool, dry place out of the sun.
- straight type
- ★★★☆☆ (a little sweet)
- ☆☆☆☆☆ (none)
- ★★★★★ (Maximum amount of Tubu-Tubu)
About the manufacturer
- Underflow water of the Chikuma River in the Yatsugatake mountain range
- sake brewery