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The Kiku-Masamune Sake Brewery Museum also
sells exclusive sakes and original goods.

Hyaku Moku

Hyaku Moku is a Junmai Daiginjo-type sake made only with Yamada Nishiki rice that is grown by contract farmers in Special A-ranked fields in Yokawa, Miki City, Hyogo Prefecture. It features the complete harmony of a commanding sharpness and rich moisture. With a sip, the echoes of the umami within it help reveal the subtleties of food.
Enjoy a perfect combination of Hyaku Moku and various foods, including both Japanese and Western dishes.

Kahogura Kimoto Junmai Ginjo

This is an unprecedented type of Junmai Ginjo-type sake that boasts an excellent balance between a clear and pure texture with a gorgeous aroma, unique to Ginjo-type sake, and a profound flavor called “oshiaji,” particular to Kimoto sake. You will never get bored with this sake. Savor it as an ideal complement to various dishes.

Kiku-Masamune Kimoto Ginjo

This sake is sold in an original chrysanthemum (kiku)-patterned bottle.
A Ginjo-type sake, it features a refreshing, dry taste highlighting a rich yet subtle flavor known as “oshiaji,” particular to Kimoto sake.

Exclusive product
(Barrel Opening Ceremony) Set

This is an exclusive product available only at this museum. The set comprises a bottle of pure rice Taru Sake, a tiny wooden hammer and a square wooden sake cup. Enjoy the feeling of a (tiny) barrel opening ceremony!

Exclusive product
(Sake-flavored Sweet Bun)

This is an exclusive product available only at this museum. The sweet buns contain Kiku-Masamune Junmai Ginjo-type sake as an ingredient.

Narazuke Pickles

This product, vegetables carefully pickled in sake lees with a rich aroma, embodies our hospitality. In addition to the pleasant crispiness of gourd, it features a wonderful flavor that only a brewery can create.