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Crafted with dedication and time-honored tradition amidst the natural splendor of Tsugaru

Water and rice are the life forces of sake. The artistry of our skilled brewers completes our exquisite sake.
We begin with the pristine waters that flow from Mt. Iwaki, also known as the Mt. Fuji of Tsugaru, and carefully select the finest domestically grown rice,
mainly from within Aomori prefecture.

With these basic ingredients, our brewers' work begins.
Sparing no effort, they are stubbornly committed to making our sake by hand, pouring their hearts into its painstaking cultivation and infusing it with their soul.

With gratitude for the natural gifts Aomori has gently nurtured, faithfully following the teachings of those before us, we continue to brew our sake
with a flavor unchanged for generations and a simple, pure essence.

Even in this age of constant change, we are committed to this approach like an unflagging guidepost.
We hope our sake, a Tsugaru specialty, will bring pleasure throughout Japan and the world.

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News

30 October 2017

Saito Sake Brewery will attend The Joy of Sake Tokyo 2017 event

The Joy of Sake was formed in 2001 in Honolulu to spread the wonders of sake wit…

26 October 2017

Work on new sake has begun

Freshly polished rice has been delivered, and under the watchful gaze of Mt. Iwa…

25 October 2017

Thank you for visiting us at the 2017 Junmaishu Festival!

Despite the inclement weather, we received an enormous positive response from ma…

Rokkon

In the Heart Sutra, the legendary Buddhist monk Xuanzang describes gokon,
which are the five aspects (or senses) of human experience.
Fully utilizing these five senses requires inspiration of the heart - the sixth sense.
It is written that only with rokkon (six senses) are we truly able to know reality
as well as recognize and appreciate authenticity.

An expressive sake prepared with heart and soul that you can truly feel.
This sake was given the name Rokkon.

Junmai Daiginjo

Rokkon Diamond
720ml / 6,500yen

Funagake shizukusake (sake drip-filtered into a large vat) filtered through cloth bags without using a press. It has an elegant ginjo fragrance and a sensitive, deep flavor.

Rice Yamada Nishiki
Polishing ratio 40%
Alcohol content 17%
Sake meter value +2
Acidity 1.5
Depth Slightly light
Sweetness Slightly medium
Serving temperature 5 degrees Celsius – room temperature
Complementary dishes Dobin mushi (traditional dish served in an earthenware teapot), grilled sea urchin, whiting tempura, cod pickled in miso, grilled Shamo chicken
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Junmai Daiginjo

Rokkon Hisui
1.8L / 5,249yen
720ml / 2,484yen

Rich umami and a refreshing, crisp flavor.

Rice Hanaomoi
Polishing ratio 40%
Alcohol content 16%
Sake meter value +2
Acidity 1.5
Depth Slightly light
Sweetness Dry
Serving temperature 10 – 15 degrees
Complementary dishes Beef tataki (lightly seared and marinated beef), sukiyaki, burdock kakiage tempura, grilled surf clam
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Matsumidori

Our trade name as well as the name of our sake long beloved by the local population.
This local sake, a brew born from the local climate and culture, has created a storied history
as it has been passed down for generations.

Junmai Daiginjo

Matsumidori Bekkaku
1.8L /16,200yen

Shizukuzake Tobingakoi (sake drip-filtered into a glass jar). Carefully selected Yamada Nishiki rice is thoroughly polished and then pressed over time. It maintains the true depth and robust aroma of the rice. The rich umami of the sake permeates after an initial elegant sweetness and the hint of tartness has a long pervasive tail.

Rice Yamada Nishiki
Polishing ratio 40%
Alcohol content 16%
Sake meter value -1.3
Acidity 1.6
Depth Slightly light
Sweetness Slightly sweet
Serving temperature 10 – 15 degrees Celsius
Complementary dishes Seared medium fatty tuna, scallops grilled with miso and butter, bouillabaisse, ichigoni (simmered sea urchin and abalone)
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Matsumidori Junmaishu
1.8L / 2,400yen
720ml / 1,380yen

Mild and mellow flavor. Tastes best warmed to 40 – 45 degrees Celsius.

Rice Masshigura
Polishing ratio 65%
Alcohol content 16%
Sake meter value +1.4
Acidity 1.8
Depth Slightly deep
Sweetness Slightly dry
Serving temperature 5 degrees Celsius – warm (40 – 45 degrees Celsius)
Complementary dishes Grilled squid, grilled sandfish, simmered meat and potatoes
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Reiho

It has the perfect amount of ginjo fragrance and a mild rice aroma.
The gentle sweetness does not linger though the transparent and powerful umami remains.

Junmai Daiginjo

Reiho
1.8L / 3,780yen
720ml / 2,160yen

With a mild rice aroma, the soft sweetness remains along with the transparent, powerful umami present throughout the tail. As a dinner sake, it serves to highlight the flavor of the ingredients.

Rice Hanafubuki
Polishing ratio 50%
Alcohol content 16%
Sake meter value +3
Acidity 1.5
Depth Slightly light
Sweetness Dry
Serving temperature 5 – 15 degrees
Complementary dishes Red meat tuna, scallop sashimi, shiro-ae (mashed tofu salad), nagaimo (Chinese yam) tempura
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Deka

A mild and mellow flavor that embraces the original flavor of the rice.
Best served at a temperature warm to the touch (35 – 40 degrees Celsius).

Deka
1.8L / 2,950yen
720ml / 1,850yen

A mild and mellow flavor that embraces the original flavor of the rice. Best served at a temperature warm to the touch (35 – 40 degrees Celsius).

Rice Domestic rice
Polishing ratio 60%
Alcohol content 16%
Sake meter value +1
Acidity 1.7
Depth Slightly deep
Sweetness Slightly dry
Serving temperature 5 degrees Celsius – warm (40 – 45 degrees Celsius)
Complementary dishes Kinpira gobo (sautéed and simmered burdock), oden (type of hot pot), miso dengaku (sweetened miso on eggplant, etc.)
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About "KJ mark"
The KJ mark stands for Kosher Japan. The term kosher originally referred to the food regulations for “cleanliness” required by the Jewish faith, however as peoples' consciousness regarding food safety and the orientation towards natural products grows, the number of consumers outside the Jewish faith who prefer kosher foods is also growing. The kosher mark is a food safety certification and is gradually becoming the standard among progressive consumers overseas. Our products are guaranteed to uphold the high level of safety standards required to receive the demanding kosher certification.

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