Tatsuriki Brewery Tour & Yamadanishiki Terroir Talk | Oct. 28, 2020

DateGuest SpeakersTimeRegistration
WED 10/28w/ Ryusuke Honda,
Mr. Kimura
5pm PT | 8pm ET
(10/29 9am JST)

Come visit Honda Shoten’s Sakagura (Sake Brewery, where they make Tatsuriki sake) and see the Yamadanishiki Toku A region rice field, now in season for harvesting. Joining us will be the Kuramoto (brewery owner), Mr. Ryusuke Honda. He is the son of the current president. Representative Mr. Kimura will also join us to lend a hand. We will discuss Yamadanishiki Terroir and how that affects Tatsuriki sake.

If you have any burning questions for our guests, they would be happy to answer them for you.

About Honda Shoten & Tatsuriki:

Honda Shoten has been involved in the making of ginjo-style sake (brewed by low-temperature fermentation from white rice) in the Banshu area since the beginning of the Edo era. Their leading brand is Tatsuriki. This premium sake brand brewed by Honda Shoten is made from Yamada Nishiki, a short-grain Japanese rice, famous for its use in high-quality sake. Watch the sake video, and discover its traditional way of sake brewing and the input of local experts about this very unique sake.

Honda Shoten believes in “Great sake comes from great rice“, the sake brewery particularly cares about the origin of sake rice. Honda Shoten proudly brews Sake from this rice using traditional sake brewing methods. Tatsuriki Sake has a very rich taste and is recognized as a top-class Daiginjo Sake, receiving a number of sake prizes in Japan and beyond.

Source: Sake International Association

Featured Sake:

Taste as we talk! Find these sake at your preferred retailer.

Tatsuriki Kome no Sasayaki

Wine House $25

Tatsuriki Nihon no Sakura “Japan’s Cherry Blossom”

MM Sake $149
Tippsy Sake $169

Tatsuriki Kimoto Tokubetsu Junmai

True Sake $38