As a member of the G7 and the G20, Japan often invites the heads from different states and host summits, such as the 42nd G7 Summit held in Mie Prefecture in 2016, and 2019 The 14th G20 Summit held in Osaka. As the host, preparing souvenir with special characteristics of the own country is a must, and as one of the representatives of Japan, Japanese sake is of course a good choice. Not only does it represent the history of Japan, but also has a decent appearance, so it is suitable as the proper souvenir. Of course, those sakes have to be selected carefully so all of them are selected by sake experts. Saketora have selected these premium sakes for you, and providing 2 different kinds of free shipping set, so that you can enjoy the premium taste at home.
Taiheizan Junmai Daiginjo Tenko 20
The Junmai Daiginjo is brewed A grade Yamadanishiki from Hyoko Prefecture and polished to 20%, with only the shinpaku (the inner white part of rice) is left for brewing. With the note of melon, white peach, pear and pineapple, the smell is fruity and gorgeous. Mouthfeel is smooth and transparent, full of the sweetness and umami of rice. Like other Genshu, without adding water to dilute, the original taste of Japanese sake is left, making the quantity-limited Junmai Daiginjo become popular among sake fans.
Junmai Daiginjo Yume No Kaori
Brewed with Yume No Kaori sake rice (lit. Fantasy scent), the sake is with fruity aroma with the note of fresh melon and pear as the name implies. Slightly dry while refreshing as lemon and sweet and sour as raspberry.
Miyanoyuki Junmai Daiginjo Sake Tamashi
Brewed with yamadanishiki from Mie Prefecture and polished to 40%. The aroma is gorgeous and steady like cloves and nutmeg wrapped in melon and peach. Mellow and sweet with the note of sugar. Slightly sour at the aftertaste and well-balanced.
Aizuhomare Junmai Daiginjo Banshu Yamadanishiki
The Junmai Daiginjo is with the notes of mango and blackcurrant. Well balanced with soft aftertaste. Served as the souvenir at the 42nd G7 Summit
Urakasumi Junmai Ginjo Zen
Being one of the reasons for the rise of Ginjo Japanese sakes in the world, full of ginjo aroma with the notes of melon and green apple. Well matched with a variety of cuisines, makes it suitable even for sake beginners. It is also the souvenir for the 14th G20 Summit in Osaka.
At cold or at room temperature, it is refreshing as Ginjo; while at warm temperature, it is deep as Junmai sake, giving you different experience and surprises at different temperatures. It is also the souvenir for the 14th G20 Summit in Osaka.
Miyanoyuki, Yamahai Special Junmai
Fruity, refreshing and rich in umami. A very pleasant Junmai-daiginjo Sake, which is served as souvenir at the 14th G20 Summit.
Okunomatsu, Drip-pressed Daiginjo "Juhachidai Ihei"
Gold medal winning sake at Annual Japan Sake Awards over 10 years in a row. Delicate and complex with a refreshing finish. Served as souvenir at the 14th G20 Summit.
Outstanding Yamahai Junmai with a gentle mouthfeel and firm body. Trophy winner at 2019 IWC. Served as souvenir at the 14th G20 Summit.