|Classification of Sake||Junmai-shu|
|Alcohol percentage||15% - 16%|
|Sake meter value||+1|
|Rice||Yamada Nishiki grown in Noto Peninsula|
|Rice Polishing Rate||55%|
|Food to pair with||White fish carpaccio|
|About Sake Brewery||
Kazuma Sake Brewery Co., Ltd.
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TAKAKUWA ART PRINTING CO., LTD.
This sake is made from Yamadanishiki grown by contract farming in Noto, Kanazawa. It has a good balance of sweetness, acidity, astringency, bitterness and umami, and you can enjoy each taste in one sip. In 2014, Madrid Fusion, the world’s culinary summit, appreciated the “rice’s rich flavor” of Chikuha, which was served at the event.