Established in Hokkaido, 1661. Otokoyama, the masterpiece sake of Japan, has been cherished by many historical figures in Japan since the Edo era (1603-1867). Otokoyama was served to the Tokugawa Shogun family during the Edo era and became well known as a distinguished sake. It was even painted in the Ukiyoe, a Japanese woodblock print. This acclaimed sake is made with the underground water from the perpetual snows of Mt. Daisetsuzan in the severe, cold climate of Hokkaido, at the northernmost tip of Japan.
Earthy yet fruity nose that borders on ripe fruit. Very dry, with notes of dried fruit and a subtle earthiness.