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Sake Samplers
Dewazakura Flight $10 Dewazakura “Oka”
Dewazakura “Dewasansan”
Dewazakura “Omachi”
Variety Flight $12
Masumi “Okuden Kantsukuri”
Nishida “Kikuizumi”
Hoyo “Kura no Hana”
Daiginjo Flight $16
Akitabare “Suirakuten”
Masumi “Nanago”
Hoyo “Kura no Hana”
About Our Sakes
With over 1200 sake breweries in Japan, it’s a safe bet that 10000 different labels are available today. The premium sakes fall into three categories—junmai, ginjo and daiginjo—as well as occasional specialty sakes. Generally speaking, the lower the rice-polishing ratio (the percentage of the rice grain that remains after polishing), the more delicate and refined the sake.
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Junmai pure rice goodness
Junmai sakes possess a robust rice flavor and can be enjoyed either warm or cold. They range from dry and sharp to soft and rounded, and much attention is paid to their balance and structure. Many people prefer junmai labels to more expensive sakes because of their easy drinkability.
Akitabare “Koshiki Junzukuri”
Northern Skies—Pleasingly dry and quite mild, a well-crafted traditional sake
6 (120ml) • 32 (720ml bottle) • 64 (1800ml bottle)
Masumi “Okuden Kantsukuri”
Mirror of Truth—Comfortingly familiar, surpassingly smooth
7 (120ml) • 38 (720ml bottle) • 76 (1800ml bottle)
Daiginjo subtlety & finesse
Daiginjo sakes take the rice polishing ratio down to 50% or less. They are made in smaller quantities, and rely more on traditional methods. Flavor and aroma profiles tend to be fuller than with ginjos, and exceptional labels display both complexity and finesse.
Masumi “Yumedono”
Mansion of Dreams—Lovely at first
sip, multi-layered, a perfect finish

110 (720ml bottle)
Akitabare “Suirakuten”
Heaven of Tipsy Delight—Multi-hued,
delicately aged, a rare find
15 (120ml) • 82 (720ml bottle)
Masumi “Nanago”
Seventh Heaven—Lovingly
nurtured, redolently flavorful
13 (120ml) • 76 (720ml bottle)
Hoyo “Kura no Hana”
Fair Maiden—A truly light sake
with sweetness, delicacy and finesse
11 glass (4oz) • 42 bottle (500ml)
Ginjo light & refreshing
Ginjo labels often possess fruity and floral flavor nuances, and tend to be light and refreshing on the palate. To receive the ginjo designation a sake must use rice that has been milled down to 60% of its original size prior to steaming, but in practice many have a polishing ratio of 50%.
Dewazakura “Oka”
Cherry Bouquet—Delightful, flowery
bouquet with a touch of pear and melon
8 (120ml) • 43 (720ml bottle) • 86 (1800ml bottle)
Dewazakura “Izumi Judan”
Tenth Degree—A potent ginjo sake for
martini fans—crisp and bone dry
8 (120ml) • 43 (720ml bottle) • 86 (1800ml bottle)
Kokuryu “Junmai Ginjo”
Black Dragon—Deeply mysterious
flavor, rich and welcoming
8 (120ml) • 43 (720ml bottle) • 86 (1800ml bottle)
Dewazakura “Dewasansan”
Green Ridge—Mellow, with a green
apple tartness and a refreshing finish
9 (120ml) • 47 (720ml bottle) • 90 (1800ml bottle)
Dewazakura “Omachi”
Jewel Brocade—An ornate, full-flavored
ginjo, using Japan’s ancestral brewing rice
10 (120ml) • 50 (720ml bottle) • 96 (1800ml bottle)
Nishida “Kikuizumi”
Fountain of Joy—Silky, smooth,
with notes of peach and muscat
11 (120ml) • 28 (300ml bottle) • 110 (1800ml bottle)
Kamoizumi “Nigori Ginjo”
Summer Snow—Lively, voluptuous…
a deluxe label for nigori fans
8 (120ml) • 30 (500ml bottle)