|Spirits Style||Junmai Ginjo|
Carefully polishing away the outer layers of the famed Yamada Nishiki rice from Kanagawa prefecture, this Junmai Ginjo is made to be good for any time, any meal, and any temperature. The nose is gentle and floral, and it has a delicious and refreshing flavor that cleans the palate.
Believing that good sake is made with good rice, Izumibashi is one of the few breweries in Japan that polish AND grow their own sake-rice with their own hands. The name Izumibashi comes from the Izumi river which used to irrigate their fields, and Hashi their family name - together Izumibashi means Izumi Bridge.