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In 1973, a group of sake brewers broke away from bigger breweries to establish Ichinokura, to make a sake that wasn’t recognized by the government (and therefore not taxed).

In true Ichinokura style, this sake is fresh and clean. Not your average junmai daiginjo that can smell like a bouquet of flowers, this sake has a slight hint of pear and smokiness in the aroma. This fresh sake was delicious alongside a plate of sashimi or ikura donburi at one of our favorite local izakayas, Kiraku, in Berkeley.

Ichinokura was established by four breweries, each of which had a 70 to 300 year history. Also known as Ace Brewery, Ichinokura was named to express their wish to become the number one micro brewery.


  • Junmai Daiginjo
  • Seimaibuai (rice kernel remaining): 40%, SMV -1
  • Brewed in Miyagi, Japan
  • 24 fl oz (720ml)
  • 15.5% ALC/VOL

Flavor Profile Chart

SMV: 9.5, Acidity: 1.2 Flavor Profile Chart for Ichinokura Kura no Hana Junmai Daiginjo Sake (BTL 24 oz)

Recommended Tempurature

Serve chilled (50–60˚F), room temp (70˚F), or warm (104˚F) Recommended Tempurature for Ichinokura Kura no Hana Junmai Daiginjo Sake (BTL 24 oz)

Pairing Suggestions

  • chicken
  • beef
  • ramen
  • tempura

Glassware Suggestions

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