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楽YONAGOe avor & depth of San’in Taste of San’in - San’in Nightse Joy of San’in HOUKI A long-established brewery from the Edo Era. The climate in San’in is perfect for making sake, but the kurabito, craftsmen of sake brewing, are dedicated to the traditional taste of sake, and their passion brings more to the table than good water and good rice. Junmai Daiginjo Inata Hime uses yamada nishiki, a sake rice, from contracted farmers and is milled down to 38%, offering a modest but refreshing ginjo fragrance that goes well with camembert cheese. The name is taken from princess Inata Hime, told of in an ancient Izumo myth. IKU’S is a new line from Inata Honten. IKU’S SHIRO is an offering with low alcohol content, which strikes a balance between acidic and sweet notes while being very smooth. There are free tastings in the shop, as well as a flight of three sakes for ¥1,000 (tax incl.). English is not a problem and they are a certified duty-free shop that accepts credit payment. A brewery tour is also available. However, it must be reserved three days in advance. Reservations can be made by a phone call and can be done in English. A long-established brewery founded in 1855. The brewing water is drawn from the same water source as Jizodaki no Izumi, chosen as one of the 100 Best Water of the Heisei Era, coming from 150m below ground. The craftsmen make sake with care and precision, using beautiful water and the highest quality yamada nishiki (yago mai) rice grown in nearby fields. Junmai Daiginjo Yago is the finest sake offering a harmony of elegant fragrance and rounded flavor. It can be had at room temperature or enjoyed chilled, giving it a smoother mouthfeel. Tokubetsu Junmai Yago offers a refreshing fragrance, a smooth mouthfeel, and is slightly dry. There is also Tokubetsu Junmai Goriki, which uses the elusive goriki rice, and Junmai Ginjo Daisen, which offers a fruity aroma. These can be purchased from the brewery shop, Bierhof Ganbarius, as well as souvenir shops and liquor stores in the prefecture. Bierhof Ganbarius offers a flight of four sakes with a junmai daiginjo, junmai ginjo, tokubetsu junmai, and junmai sake.Kumezakura Brewery住所:鳥取県西伯郡伯耆町丸山1740-50Address: 1740-50 Maruyama, Hōki Town, Saihaku District, Tottori Pref.Hours: 9:00-17:00 Closed: Irregular (Sat, Sun, and holidays in Jan-Apr) URL: http://g-beer.jp/kumezakura/ Inata Honten住所:鳥取県米子市夜見町325-16Address: 325-16 Yomicho, Yonago City, Tottori Pref.Hours: 9:00-17:00Closed: Sat, Sun, HolidaysURL: http://www.inata.co.jp/       0859-29-1108SPECIAL GIFTKumezakura products alsoavailable at GanbariusGabarius Intro…p.4MAP p.15MAP p.15FOR MORE INFORMATIONOriginal Inata Honten Goods!*One per person per visitInata Honten稲田本店Kumezakura Brewery久米桜酒造Overseas Visitors w/ this PamphletCar navigation systemVol.032019 Spring8

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