Hoyo “Yamadanishiki Daiginjo”

Last Chance at Love ̶ Gentle, smooth and lovely, this rare sake reveals its charms gradually. The enticing aroma slips perfectly into a swirl of flavors that includes peach, clove and anise. Having matured gracefully with aging, its refined beauty is now at its peak.
Polishing Ratio : 35% Alcohol Percentage : 16%


Hoyo “Kura no Hana”

Fair Maiden ̶ Made from a specialty rice grown only in Miyagi Prefecture, “Kura no Hana” is airily light and touched with a kiss of anise. Its smoothness and gentle aroma extend a demure invitation to the world of sake enjoyment.
Polishing Ratio : 45% Alcohol Percentage : 15%


Hoyo “Genji”

With its distinctive taste of cedar, grass and citrus, “Genji” delivers a crisp and refreshing “cold sake” experience. Falls midway between robust junmai and refined ginjo sake expressions. Genji’s crispness and clean taste make it a great sake for sushi dining. Especially enjoyable with seared tuna or bonito and exotic vegetables like asparagus and artichoke. Refrigerate and serve chilled.
Polishing Ratio : 55% Alcohol Percentage : 15.5%


Hoyo “Manamusume”

Farmer's Daughter ̶ This rare label is made from Manamusume rice, grown only in Miyagi Prefecture, which imbues it with a soft texture and a gently evocative flavor.
Polishing Ratio : 55% Alcohol Percentage : 15%


Hoyo “Sawayaka Junmai”

Summer Breeze ̶ Soft and smoothly contoured with a touch of balsam and tangerine, this demure junmai is made by Uchigaski Brewing Company, the oldest Brewing Co in Miyagi Prefecture, founded in 1661.
Polishing Ratio : 60% Alcohol Percentage : 15%


“Michinoku Onikoroshi ”

The Demon Slayer ̶ Michinoku Onikoroshi “Demon Slayer” has an extremely dry and clean taste that pairs well with wide variety of rich and savory dishes. Serve chilled, room temperature or slightly warm to enjoy the different flavors.
Sake Meter Value : +10
Polishing Ratio : 60% or less Alcohol Percentage : 16%