Kiku-Masamune Sake Brewing was founded in 1659, when Japan was ruled by Ietsuna, the fourth Tokugawa shogun. The Kano family built a sake brewery at their residence and began large-scale brewing operations. Kiku-Masamune remains committed to this single-minded pursuit of dryness. Kikumasamume sake has been brewed using the same Kimoto method since the Edo period.
Kimoto Junmai Dai-Ginjo the premium sake produced using the time-honored brewing method, features the exquisite harmony of dr, yet mild flavor, crisp aftertaste and a delicate aroma.