Sohomare Sake Brewery Co., Ltd.

539 Kamine, 3213424 Ichikai-machi, Haga-gun, Tochigi-ken
Japan

Telephone +81 285 681141
Fax +81 285 681142
info@sohomare.co.jp

This company is co-exhibitor of
Miyasaka Brewing Co., Ltd.

Trade fair hall

  • Hall 12 / D92
 Interactive Plan

Hall map

ProWein 2017 hall map (Hall 12): stand D92

Fairground map

ProWein 2017 fairground map: Hall 12

Our range of products

Product categories

  • 03  SPIRITS
  • 03.07  Other clear spirits

Our products

Product category: Other clear spirits

Kimoto Junmai Daiginjo

Sake rice : Yamadanishiki / Milling rate : 45% / Alc. degrees : 16%

This sake is made of the finest Yamadanishiki sake rice harvested in the « Premium A » area in the Yokawa region of Hyogo Prefecture. This sake is carefully brewed using the traditional Kimoto method. This sake’s principal characteristics are its soft and slightly creamy entry on the palate that then gives way to profound mid-palate density and elegant aroma. It will age for several years. It is best served at 12 ~ 15 °C.

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Product category: Other clear spirits

Kimoto Junmai Ginjo

Sake rice : Yamadanishiki / Milling rate : 55% / Alc. degrees : 15%

This sake is made of the finest Yamadanishiki sake rice harvested in the « Premium A » area in the Yokawa and Tojo regions of Hyogo Prefecture. The sake is aged attentively and has vigor with finess. It is best served both at 12 ~ 15 °C and at 42 ~ 45 degrees °C.

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Product category: Other clear spirits

Kimoto Tokubetsu Honjozo

Sake rice : Yamadanishiki / Milling rate : 65% / Alc. degrees : 15%

This sake is made of the finest Yamadanishiki sake rice harvested in the « Premium A » area of Hyogo Prefecture. This sake has soft and clear tastes with fine acid that are typical of the traditional Kimoto method of sake brewing. It can be enjoyed at a wide range of temperatures, but is most often served either between 8 ~ 15 °C or 40 ~ 50 degrees °C.

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About us

Company details

Sohomare Sake has been owned and operated by the Kono family since its founding in 1872 and is a prominent small sake brewery in the Tochigi region of Japan.
For five generations the Kono family has devoted itself to the art of creating a truly regional sake that is made of the finest Yamada-nishiki rice and hand-brewed the old Kimoto way.
As Sohomare’s newest family-owner Mr. Jun Kono continues leading its tradition of hand-craIing each sake.
Mr. Kono graduated from the University of Tokyo and the Matsushita Institute of Government and Management, and has traveled extensively in Europe and the United States.

To sake connoisseurs all over the world, Sohomare Sake humbly invites you to learn and taste that tradition.

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