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Tokubetsu Junmai Tenjinbayashi (72cl)
  • Tokubetsu Junmai Tenjinbayashi (72cl)
  • Tokubetsu Junmai Tenjinbayashi (72cl)

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Weight: 1280g

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Tokubetsu Junmai Tenjinbayashi (72cl)


Data sheet

Uonuma Sake Brewing
SEIMAIBUAI (amount of rice left after milling)
Tokamachi (Niigata)
Rice variety
Gohyaku Mangoku
Alcohol content
Bottle size
72 cl
Sando (acidity)
Keep in a cool place and away from light. Sake has no expiration date, but we recommend drinking it within one month of purchase to get the most out of its flavors.

A Junmai sake carefully brewed in order to extract all the aroma of the 2 rices that make it up: the Gohyakumangoku and Koshitanrei favourites, 55% polished. From the very first sip, a delicate balance is revealed between a sweet umami, a gentle freshness and a light finish that makes this sake so easy to drink. Ideal when you want to add a little luxury to your drinking, this sake goes well with all cuisines, both Asian and Western, making it an excellent table sake to enhance your dishes. It can also be drunk lukewarm (40°C), if you want to enjoy your umami even more.

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Uonuma Brewery

Founded in 1873, Uonuma Brewery, located on the outskirts of Tokamachi, south of Niigata, uses mainly local rice and underwater water from the Shinano River, Japan's longest river, for its sake. The addition of this water to the brewing process gives the sake a particular nuance, neither sweet nor dry, known as "umakuchi", which is distinguished by a perfect balance of the 5 types of taste, an elegant aroma, a clean finish and the presence of the umami of the rice. Futsushu sake has a 60% polish and the entire range can boast the quality of Ginjo sake. Uonuma's emblematic "Tenjibayashi" series is a range of sake dedicated to the people of Uonuma and takes its name from a celebratory song of the region, a prayer to the gods to help the harvest.

Consume in moderation.
Alcohol should not be consumed by pregnant women.

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