SAKURA TOWN Glass
It is a sake that is said to have been loved by Hideyoshi Toyotomi, reprinted and brewed based on the books of that time.
This amber-colored sake is completely different from modern sake and it is very rich and sweet.
It is very important for us to preserve the history that has been built up over the years, and in 1990, after thorough research of the materials at Amanosan Kongoji Temple in Osaka, the taste of this sake called "EDO Shiran" was completely recreated to what it tasted like back then.
"Edo Shiran" name comes from the fact that it is a sake drunk before the Edo period (the Warring States period), and so that does not know the Edo period. "Shiran" means "do not know".
Why not try the sake that was loved by the warlords of Japan's Warring States Period and is said to be the beginning of sake?
Enjoy it with ice on the rocks as a dessert, and with a sense of the romantic history.