Izumibashi Akane Kurotombo KimotoJunmai shu
Locally grown rice is used and brewed with local water. They follow strict rule to make this fantastic sake. Matured more than two years.
Produced by Ishizuchi Shuzo
Izumibashi Sake Brewery was founded in 1857, during Japan’s Edo era. Nestled in the heart of the Ebina heartland, Izumibashi has long taken advantage of the area’s natural bounty, from abundant land for rice growing to the natural waterflow from Mt. Tanazawa.
At Izumibashi, we make only authentic junmai sake using our own rice.
We use generations-old method based in tradition to bring natural flavors to you.
Name: Izumibashi Akane Kurotombo Kimoto
Class: Junmai Kimoto
Rice: Kame no O
Rice-Polishing Ratio: 70%
SMV: +3 (medium dry)
Brewery Location: Ebina, Kanagawa Japan
Serving Suggestions: all temperature
Food Pairings: braised fish, miso flavoured dish, fermented pickles
Tasting Notes: The delicate flavor from Kamenoo rice meets the umami of a kimoto brew in this junmai.