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Hakutsuru Sake Brewing Co., Ltd.

4-5-5 Sumiyoshiminami-machi Higashinada-ku, 658-0041 Kobe
Japan

This company is co-exhibitor of
Japan Sake and Shochu Makers Association

Hall map

ProWein 2020 hall map (Hall 9): stand A61

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ProWein 2020 fairground map: Hall 9

Our range of products

Product categories

  • 01  Wines (according to cultivable areas)
  • 01.05  wines from Asia
  • 01.05.07  wines from Japan

Our products

Product category: wines from Japan

Dai Ginjo (very special sake)

The "Ginjo" among the "Ginjo" sake varieties is a very luxurious alcohol which the rice is polished and processed to half (or more than half) of its size. Very delicate and skilled techniques are necessary for preparation, as it is said to be a masterpiece of sake showing the skills of a master sake brewer.

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Product category: wines from Japan

Ginjo-Shu (special brew sake)

Rice polished by 40% or more is used for the material, with the alcohol made by fermentation for a long period of time at low temperature; this is one of the special sake. Advanced technologies are necessary and high production costs are involved. Having a brilliant fruity aroma like apples and bananas, it is delicious cold.

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Product category: wines from Japan

Junmai-shu (pure rice sake)

This type of sake is created from only the ingredients of rice, rice "koji," and water, and is one of the different sake types with a special name. The rice polishing ratio is defined as 70% or less. Generally speaking, there are many dark types.

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Product category: wines from Japan

Namachozo-shu (fresh storage sake)

"Namazake" is sake not subjected to heat processing, and "namachozo-shu" is sake stored without heat processing. When delivered as products, they are first heat-pasteurized. Either is mainly consumed as cold sake, making it possible to experience a "just-squeezed" taste.

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Product category: wines from Japan

Nigori Sake (coarse-filtered sake)

Using only selected rice and rice koji, "SAYURI" is brewed up carefully with natural spring water from Mount Rokko. It has a refreshing aroma, natural sweetness and smooth aftertaste.

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About us

Company details

The symbol of HAKUTSURU SAKE is an inspiring modern form of the eponymous white crane, a traditional trademark. The white crane's powerful wings are extended as if in flight high up in the sky. They also form an oval that protects the crane's head and creates the feel of a dynamic sun-like orb.

This symbol was introduced in 1979 as HAKUTSURU adopted a corporate identity system ahead of the industry, established at the same time as the corporate slogan, "To friendship for all time". Today, this symbol is known to a great many people, and is a good example of a well-designed Japanese brand logo.

Kobe, a perfectly suited location for making sake
HAKUTSURU SAKE Brewing Co., Ltd. is located in the Nada district of Kobe, a leading sake production center known throughout Japan. The Nada district has high-quality natural spring water and cold winters -- two ideal elements for brewing sake. Also, the hometown to a craftsman's guild for sake brewers from the region, known as Tamba toji, is located nearby. The brewers' superior skills have certainly been an important factor in the sake's quality.

The spirit behind sake brewing
Our mission is to work with the toji master brewer to carry forward traditional sake brewing methods. Without taking up the challenge to try new variations, however, the full value of the tradition cannot be realized. HAKUTSURU SAKE actively incorporates new technologies and equipment, adapting them to traditional practices to produce sake in a way that elegantly suits modern day needs.

Pursuing an ideal
Biotech research today plays a major role in the continuing evolution of sake brewing. HAKUTSURU SAKE values tradition, and at the same time incorporates advanced chemical techniques to develop new products and ensure safety at all times.

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