Shichiken Brewer`s Comment MOVIE

Episode
"Moving forward with both wheels"
We will explain our sake brewing
that aims for the taste one step ahead.
Episode
"Embodying Hakushu Water"
We will explain our sake brewing
that makes the best use of local water and rice.

Sparkling

Mori no kanade
A sparkling experience only a Japanese sake can reach.
In seeking to create a luxury sparkling sake no one has ever accomplish, we came across whisky barrels that has aged in Hakushu's four seasons. Sake benefited from the same local water and Hokuto's soil nourishments echoes well to each other playing an exquisite harmony. A toasting beverage which creates a new page in the history of sake.
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Hoshi no kagayaki
A sparkling experience only a Japanese sake can reach.
Compared to a Daiginjo Sake, this product takes the sake drinking experience to new heights. This is Shichiken's flagship sparkling sake. As you pour the Hoshinokagayaki into a glass, like the sparkle of a shining star, the beautiful white bubbles rise, allowing the spread of pleasant rich Ginjo Sake aroma given birth by the rice. Welcome to this new world, given birth from Japanese techniques.
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Yama no kasumi
A sparkling experience only a Japanese sake can reach.
Yamanokasumi follows traditional techniques and firmly holds the core personalities of a Japanese sake. Residues reside within the bottle which dances around like a thin layer of mist.
This sparkling sake is secondarily fermented therefore the bubbles are gentle and there's a pleasant Ginjo sake aroma. Please experience the new flavor from Shichiken.
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Junmai Daiginjo

Onakaya Tobin Gakoi
From the town of Hakushu, where some of the best quality water comes from in Japan, this is a Junmai Daiginjo Tobin Gakoi sake which is brewed using the underground water flowing from Minami-Alps' Mt.Kaikoma. The sake-brewing suitable rice is finely polished to 37% and is pressed without pressure. Please enjoy the essence of sake called "Dripped Sake", which is carefully made with the drops that dripped naturally from the sake bag.
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Onakaya
From the town of Hakushu, where some of the best quality water comes from in Japan, this Junmai Daiginjo sake was brewed using the underground water flowing from Minami-Alps' Mt.Kaikoma. Along with the ideal polishing rate of 37%, from growing the koji to the shibori process, step by step, much time and effort has gone into creating this wonderful sake. This Junmai Daiginjo has a soft and tender sweet flavor and finishes with a vibrant aftertaste.
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Kaikoma
From the town of Hakushu, where some of the best quality water comes from in Japan, this Junmai Daiginjo was brewed using the underground water flowing from Minami-Alps' Mt.Kaikoma. Brewed with rice under the ideal sake brewing polishing rate of 37%, this Junmai Daiginjo holds a delicate and graceful aroma along with an expressive umami from the rice.
This is a Japanese sake fit for any special occasions, especially served with a wine glass where you can slowly enjoy the aromatic experience from this beautiful Junmai Daiginjo.
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Kinunoaji
From the town of Hakushu, where some of the best quality water comes from in Japan, this Junmai Daiginjo sake was brewed using the underground water flowing from Minami-Alps' Mt.Kaikoma. This sake is wonderful during meals and gives off a perfectly balanced fruity aroma, a characteristic of a Daiginjo. This sake's greatest aspect is it's clean, refreshing taste which makes this a wonderful food pairing sake.
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Junmai Ginjo

Birodonoaji
From the town of Hakushu, where some of the best quality water comes from in Japan, this Junmai Ginjo sake was brewed using the underground water flowing from Minami- Alps' Mt.Kaikoma. In order to achieve its fresh taste and wonderfully gentle Ginjo aroma, this sake has been carefully fermented in low temperatures for a long period of time. This is Shichiken's well-balanced, go-to Junmai Ginjo which has been loved by many drinkers for many years.
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Junmai

Furinbizan
From the town of Hakushu, where some of the best quality water comes from in Japan, this Junmai sake was brewed using the underground water flowing from Minami-Alps' Mt.Kaikoma. As you take your first sip, the umami of the rice beautifully spreads throughout your mouth and the delightful aroma flows out from your nose. The finishing flavor is clear, firm and semi-dry as it goes down your throat.
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Honjozo

Kansanshinkuju
From the town of Hakushu, where some of the best quality water comes from in Japan, this Honjozo sake was brewed using the underground water flowing from Minami-Alps' Mt.Kaikoma. This is a Honjozo long loved by many in Yamanashi Prefecture. It is allowed to slowly mature in order to completely bring out the core flavors and umami from the rice. Whatever cuisine it is, this sake is recommended to pair with whether you drink it chilled, room temperature or even by atsukan (hot sake). Please enjoy the various drinking possibilities.
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