Using pride of Iwate prefecture Sake rice called "Gin-Otome" which harvested and certified as Tokutou the Premium Rank, posses one of the highest aroma of fruitness and easiest smoothness gives pleasant moment in dining scecne.
Salmon Sashimi/ Tempra with salt
Daiginjo has the image of a toasting sake, but this Daiginjo is highly recommended for pairing with food. While it is gorgeous and fruity, the taste of rice in this sake will firmly support even a slightly fat dish. When you pair with this sake, it is recommended to eat tempura with salt for a refreshing aftertaste.
Since 1902, Nanbu Bijin sake brewery located in Ninohe city the northernmost tip of Iwate prefecture.
The city of Ninohe is surrounded by glorious natural scenery, nestled between the Kitakami and Ou Moutains.
The name of Nanbu Bijin means “Southern Beauty”. Iwate prefecture used to be called as Southern. Beauty stands for the delicate, light, and clean nature. Nanbu Bijin is trying to produce sake which has same image of company name. Clear, refleshing taste that able people smile.
Ninohe city, Iwate prefecture