SAKE LIST

 

Ippin sake is produced by Yoshikubo brewery  in Japan's Ibaraki prefecture. Our  brewery was founded in 1790 and is currently being run by our twelfth president, Hiroyuki "Seizaburo" Yoshikubo. The Yoshikubo Family has been brewing fine sake for 12 generations using only the very best ingredients. We use the crystal clear water from our hometown of Mito to create a drink with the perfect balance of umami and acidity.

Our motto is simple: brew delicious Sake. It's not about sweetness or dryness, it's all about taste!

 

1790 Our founder, Seizaburo Yoshikubo, established the Awanoya brewery. What was once a rice wholesale store became a sake brewery. 
1945 The building was burned down in an air attack on Mito during the war.
1949 Awanoya was rebuilt and brewing started again.
1952 Awanoya became Yoshikubo brewing Co, Ltd and continued to brew delicious sake using the same traditional methods.
2012 The current president is Hiroyuki "Seizaburo" Yoshikubo 12th.

 

Awords and accolades history

London Sake Charenge

       2012                  Dai Ginjo - Gold

         Junmai Ginjo - Silver

                                  Junmai - Bronze

 

San Francisco International Wine Competition

       2014                  Junmai Dai-ginjo - Double Gold 

                                  Junmai - Silver

       2015                  Junmai Dai-ginjo - Double Gold 

                                  Junmai - Silver

       2016                  Junmai Dai-ginjo - Silver

       2017                  IPPIN Brand - Best of Nation

                                  Junmai Daiginjo - The best, D gold

                                  Junmai - Double Gold

 

Umeshu award all Japan

       2017                  Mito Umeshu - The best of Plum                                                                    wine 2017  

 

 

Sake

TRADITIONAL

Traditional Traditional Super Dry
 
Product Name IPPIN JUNMAI IPPIN JUNMAI CHO KARAKUCHI
Type JUNMAI JUNMAI
Quantity

1800ml

720ml

300ml

1800ml

720ml

Type of Rice TAMASAKAE

Miyama Nishiki

Alocohol Content 15% 15%
Acid Level 1.9
Polished to Leave 60% 70%
Sake Meter Value(SMV) +4 +12
Description

IPPIN’s traditinal Sake over 200 years.

Nicely balanced medium bodied Sake.Smooth on the palate with a dry and finish.

Anjoyable with cold to warm up.

San Francisco IWC Double gold 2017, Silver 2015,2014.

Magnum bottle(4.5L) available

IPPIN’s driest Sake by traditinal method. 

Nice Umami and dry finish. Anjoyable with cold to warm up.

 

NEW METHOD

NEW “GINJO” METHOD NEW “GINJO” METHOD
Product Name IPPIN JUNMAI DAIGINJO NAKA HAGINOYA
Type IJUNMAI DAIGINJO JUNMAI GINJO
Quantity 1800ml 720ml 300ml 720ml
Type of Rice YAMADA NISHIKI YAMADA NISHIKI
Alocohol Content 16% 15%
Acid Level 1.5  –
Polished to Leave 50% 55%
Sake Meter Value(SMV) +4  –
Description

A hint of pineapple fragrance and sweet on the palate. Double Gold prize of San Francisco IWC Winer 2017. The best 2017,  Double Gold 2017, 2015, 2014.

USA international wine competition. Ideal on any occasion. Best served chilled, possible to warm up around 45 degrees.

A gorgeous bouquet resulting from the Ginjo method. Delivering a beautiful lingering sensation.

SAKE BASE OF LIQUEUR

JAPANESE LIMON-CELLO & PLUM WINE “UME-SHU”

JAPANESE LIMON-CELLO AUTHENTIC PLUM WINE
 
Product Name Type AWASE-YUZU

TWO OF KIND YUZU WINE

MITO UME-SHU

AUTHENTIC PLUM WINE

Quantity 1800ml

720ml

1800ml

720ml

Alocohol Content 8% 11%
Description Sake incorporating two type of Yuzu adding sweetness and fragrance.Everyone can enjoy this sweet and aromatic Sake resultion from the use of fresh Yuzu. Sake brewed using plums from our local garden at Kairakuen’ and quality silky sugar, Wasanbon and softly sweet resulting from low temperature brewing.
CLOUDY UME-SHU JELLY UME-SHU
 
Product Name Type DANCING RABBIT UME
CLOUDY PLUM WINE
JELLICA
PLUM WINE with AGAR
Quantity 720ml
300ml
300ml
Alocohol Content 5% 6%
Description very unique unfiltered Plum Wine. Just 5% alcohol content. Smooth and softy flavoured. Unique texture from agar. Recommend with ice and soda.Ideal for making sorbet.

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