"Amamizu" (天水) means a divine water in Japanese, literally "Heavenly Water". The label of amamizu is based on drawing of "Choju-Giga" (鳥獣戯画), one of Japanese ancient illustrated hand-scrolls depicting freckling animals and humans. The drawing shown on the label is called "Kappa" (河童) which represents the god of water in Japan because it can live only in pure water. amamizu is rich in flavor with natural sweetness of the rice as well as clean and refreshing aftertaste. It can be paired with white fresh sashimi, sweet shrimp and any other lightly flavored dishes. Nakagawa Shuzo ships 80% of its products locally in Niigata. So please take this rare opportunity to enjoy their sake outside of Niigata region.
|Type of Sake||Junmai Ginjo|
|Sake Rice||Gohyaku Mangoku (Niigata Pref.)|
|Rice Milling Rate||57%|
|Character||Light and smooth|
|Aroma||Elegant flavor of rice|
|Serve||Recommended to be chilled under 10℃|
|Note||Regular box, not wooden box as in the picture|