Sake "Toko" Junmai Ginjo Genshu, 720 ml
Sake light golden color.
The taste of sake is full bodied, very fruity, with a soft texture and a long, crisp aftertaste.
The aroma of sake reveals hints of sweet ripe fruit (apples, Japanese pear), coriander, parsley and molasses.
Sake is recommended to serve with raw fish and raw meat, for example, sushi, sashimi, ceviche.
"Toko" Junmai Ginjo Genshu - one of the most popular products of the brand "Toko", having a good value for money. Sake conquers with a rich aroma and sweetish taste with hints of very ripe fruit. "Toko" Junmai Ginjo Genshu is made from rice varieties of Khaenuki and Devakirari grown in Yamagata Prefecture. The coefficient of polishing rice - 55%.
Sake "Toko" Junmai Ginjo Genshu three times in a row won the Big Gold Medal at "The Fine SAKE Award" and the gold medal at "US National Sake Appraisal, 2016".
Kojima Sohonten was founded by Yazaemono Kojima in 1597. Since then, the company's management has been inherited, and today it is headed by a representative of the 23rd generation. In 1603, representatives of one of the most influential families in Japan of that time drew the attention of Kojima's family sake, and the company became a court supplier. The production of Kojima sake did not stop even during the ban on the production of alcohol, the company was one of the few who was allowed to work. In 1984, the old building, in which they brewed "Toko" sake until 1983, was turned into a museum of sake. The building is of architectural value as well, it was built without the use of nails. In 2003, the museum was visited by the crown prince and princess of Japan. Today, the company's products are exported to 15 countries of the world, the quality of the sake produced is recognized far beyond Japan, as evidenced by awards at prestigious international competitions.