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Liqueur products

- Japanese whiskey -

Japanese whiskey

Japanese whiskey is famous for its refined taste and quality, which is highly evaluated around the world. It has a soft and delicate taste, and you can enjoy the fruity aroma and smooth texture. When producing Japanese whiskey, we are particular about the selection of raw materials, such as using high-quality malt , grain and natural water.

- Japanese sake -

Japanese sake

Sake is a traditional Japanese brew that produces a wide variety of tastes and flavors.
There are various types and classifications such as Daiginjo, Ginjo, Honjozo, Junmai, and even dry and sweet, each with its own unique flavor depending on the brewery and region. It is also known to go well with food, and its rich flavor and well-balanced taste go well with a variety of dishes, and you can enjoy pairing it with a variety of dishes, including Japanese cuisine.

- Gin -


It is one of the most popular distilled spirits, along with whiskey and vodka.
It generally has a refreshing flavor and is characterized by a crisp texture.
A variety of botanicals are used, including juniper berries, coriander, citrus fruit peels, and spices, and each manufacturer and brand has a unique flavor.

- Craft beer -

Craft beer

This beer is handcrafted in small breweries, which is different from the traditional mass-produced beer produced by major beer makers.
We are particular about the quality of ingredients, and are made using traditional brewing techniques and creativity.
In addition, beer that takes advantage of local agricultural products and climate is produced, contributing to the development of the local economy and culture.

- Shochu -


It is made mainly from sweet potato, rice, or barley, and the alcohol content generally ranges from 25% to 45%.
In addition, the different climates and traditions of each region have influenced the creation of various styles of shochu.
Shochu-based cocktails have become popular in recent years, and are widely enjoyed not only in Japan but also overseas.