Have You Ever Been to Kochi Prefecture?
Kochi is a natural paradise, with plenty of sunshine days and calming waters in the shape of clear rivers and lengthy coastlines. In addition to top sightseeing destinations and historic sights, it is also famous for its informal and folksy local markets and rustic food halls.
If you've ever had a chance to visit Kochi Prefecture, there's a chance you might have visited the historic monuments such as Kochi Castle and Ryoma Sakamoto Museums, and the scenic nature places such as Katsurahama Beach and the gorgeous turquoise-colored Niyodo River. After enjoying these activities, you might have tried delicious seared bonito or yuzu flavoured foods washed down with some local sake, which might have been from Tosatsuru, the biggest brewery in Shikoku. Excellent water, carefully selected rice, home-grown yeasts, and traditional techniques to make dry sake - that is what “Tosatsuru” is well known for.
Tosatsuru Tokubetsu Junmaishu
We recommend Tosatsuru's Special Junmai sake, which is a bit luxurious with a silky mouthfeel that is easy to drink. Enjoy it slightly chilled in a glass with your favorite dish. It goes well with dishes with creamy and robust flavors, such as avocado salad, pizza margherita, and shrimp fritters. The mellow fullness of this special junmai sake will make your precious moments a little richer than usual!
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