Committed to the terroir of the sake, we bring you our original labeled sake “Tachihi No Sora”. Introducing the original label design!
Sakunohana Shuzo, which is committed to using the right crop for the right land, makes sake using its own rice as well as superb rice from contracted farmers in Nagano and underground water from the Yatsugatake Mountains drawn up from the brewery’s well.
Among the sakes, Masaki rice used in Tachihi No Sora Junmai Daiginjo is carefully cultivated by Kazuya Masaki, an experienced farmer in the Sugadaira Plateau. Starting with soil preparation, the rice is grown pesticide-free using only organic fertilizers. SORANO HOTEL staff have visited the rice fields several times to help with the planting and harvesting of rice.
Production of the three sakes bearing the original label “Tachihi No Sora” will be outsourced to Sakunohana Shuzo so that the sakes can be released in
The original label is based on the SORANO HOTEL logo, which symbolizes the movement of the sun, and represents the rising sun across three different labels. It is a fun design, and we hope that guests will want to arrange the bottles side by side to compare the sakes.
“Tachihi No Sora”
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Kimoto Junmai Daiginjo Muroka Nama Genshu
Sake with a fruity aroma and deep, complex flavor. The sake brewed in March 2020 will be available for a limited time and in limited quantities in
Characterized by a crisp dryness and comforting aroma; also good warmed
Due to a delay in the procurement of hotel materials and equipment caused by the new coronavirus outbreak around the world, the May 12 opening of the SORANO HOTEL has been postponed until June 8.
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