Since the olden days, Hiyaoroshi is the signature style of saké released in the autumn: during the spring, the fresh saké is first pasteurized and then stored in the tanks to avoid spoilage during the hot summers. Then as the summer passes and the weather becomes cooler in the fall, the sake becomes naturally chilled (hiya). It is then taken out of the tanks (oroshi) and bottled without a second pasteurization to give it a richer flavor profile.
Fried dishes like katsu or fish fillets and vegetable stir fry
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Saké made from only rice, water, koji and yeast. As a Junmai, no other ingredients are added.
Founded in 1548, Yoshinogawa is the eighth oldest existing saké brewery in Japan and the very first saké brewery to be established in the now famed Niigata Prefecture (North and West of Tokyo, along the sea of Japan). The knowledge of multiple centuries goes into crafting each bottle of Yoshinogawa saké. Every sip is a representation of a lush agricultural region, deep winter snows, abundant pristine water and the pure love of the craft. Yoshinogawa takes pride in using its local resources to craft the best expression of their region’s natural beauty and bounty.
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