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CHORYO SHUZO Co., Ltd.

4, Minami, Koryo-Cho, Kitakatsuragi-Gun, Nara, 635-0818 Kitakatsuragi
Japan
Telephone +81 745 562026
Fax +81 745 563080
k-choryo@iidagroup.co.jp

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

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ProWein 2020 hall map (Hall 9): stand A61

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ProWein 2020 fairground map: Hall 9

Our products

Product category: Sake

Junmai-ginjo Kawachi Ondo

This sake was brewed in the best traditional way using only the famous sake rice Omachi harvested in Okayama prefecture. This type of junmai-ginjo brings you very sharp and clear taste, well balanced flavors and of course soft ginjo aroma.

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Product category: Sake

Tokubetsu Junmai-shu Omachi

After being brewed in the best traditional way using only the best Omachi rice, bottled Omachi sake aged in a cool cellar. Its maturity brings out its soft steady and rich aroma. You can enjoy a lingering flavor with a faint junmai sake aroma.

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Product category: Sake

Tokubetsu Junmai-shu Inenokuni No Inenosake

This Junmai shu is handmade from Tsuyubakaze shuzo kotekimai rice at our brewery, “Koryogura”, which is located in Nara the birthplace of Japanese sake.The distinct features of this sake are a pleasant, airy, “quality” scent and a “full-bodied” flavor which is achieved by extracting the taste of the rice. After brewing, it undergoes a low-temperature aging process that takes over 30 months to complete before a mellow flavor is achieved. At this point the now vintage Junmai shu is taken from the aging cellar and each bottle is labeled and individually numbered. The long maturation period leads to a mellower, more rounded, richer and more full-flavored taste.

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Product category: Sake

Yoshinosugino Tarusake

Once upon a time, all sake used to be called Tarusake. Tarusake is Japanese cedar barrel-flavored sake.
From the beginning of the Edo Period to the end of the Meiji Period (17th – 19th centuries), sake was normally stored in barrels called taru made of cedar. Therefore, in those days sake was simply called tarusake. In 1964, Choryo succeeded in making an excellent tarusake using Yoshino cedar barrels. Since then, for almost 50 years we have been making tarusake in the same traditional way. Fresh on the palate, and with a pleasant cedar flavor that brings its peculiar richness and well-balanced aroma. “Yoshinosugino Tarusake” brings you the full taste and pleasure of sake.

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Product category: Sake

Sparkling Nigorizake Sawa Sawa

This is a sparkling sake made of rice and rice koji. It has carbonic acid gas generated naturally by in- bottle fermentation. And its clear sweetness reminds you of a refreshing champagne.

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Product category: Sake

Long aging Sake Tsukihi Kasanete 1992

Beautiful amber-colored sake is the result of the aging at a low temparature for a long period of time of a Honjozo undiluted Sake was brewed in 1992. It has a unique, full-bodied, mild flavor and a rich aroma. This Sake can be enjoyed with a meal, or after with dried figs, bitter chocolate or other desserts.

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