Kubota Senju

Asahi-Shuzo Sake Brewing Co.

Kubota Junmai Daiginjo Sake

Gift from Toshi for J&v welcome party. — a month ago

Kubota Shuzou

Hishimasamune Cho-Karakuchi Junmai

Silky smooth. Wonderful for omokase. Light chill or room temp. Decant — 3 years ago

Kubota Senju

Kubota Senju Sake

Nice dry sake..... smooth mouth feel .... melons on the tongue — 7 years ago

Jinseok ParkDiane Golden
with Jinseok and Diane
Jinseok liked this

Asahi-Shuzo Sake Brewing Co.

Kubota Hekijyu Junmai Daiginjo Sake

Great nose, a bit of texture but smooth and a sweet finish. Notes of flowers — 8 years ago

Arnav
with Arnav

Kubota Manju

Junmai Daiginjo Sake

JKT
9.2

sake of Kaiseki dinner at Naza GiroGiro with willie. Last sake and said to be best. Less fruity but complex with a note of sharpness and a bite that went well with the complicated duck dish. — 2 months ago

Dassai Sake Brewery

Dassai 50 Yamadanishiki Junmai Daiginjo Sake

Very light melon water, umami and very well balanced acidity through out the body compare to other Junmai Daiginjo which looses acidic balance.

Dassai "50" Junmai Daiginjo stands for remaining 50% polished "Yamada Nishiki" & "Omachi" rice.
It is Asahi shuzo's entry level sake.(they uses same name as Kubota sake's Asahi shuzo but it is different Brewery!!)

Great sake from Yamaguchi prefecture, Japan.
— 7 years ago

Asahi-Shuzo Sake Brewing Co.

Asahi Shuzo Kubota Sake Manjyu

continuing my week with my favorite Korean chemists.....Jea-Min swears by this stuff......seemingly pairs well with Icelandic victories — 8 years ago

Chris, Jeffrey and 2 others liked this

Asahi-Shuzo Sake Brewing Co.

Kubota Manju Junmai Daiginjo

VG Senjyo Gingo - aromatic 15% abv — 8 months ago

Brian, Brian and 10 others liked this

Kubota Senju

kubota Hekijyu Sake 2015

No subtlety. Possibly too old — 3 years ago

Dassai Sake Brewery

50 Junmai Daiginjo Yamaguchi Sake

Very light melon water, umami and very well balanced acidity through out the body compare to other Junmai Daiginjo which looses acidic balance.

Dassai "50" Junmai Daiginjo stands for remaining 50% polished "Yamada Nishiki" & "Omachi" rice.
It is Asahi shuzo's entry level sake.(they uses same name as Kubota sake's Asahi shuzo but it is different Brewery!!)

Great sake from Yamaguchi prefecture, Japan.
— 7 years ago