The full-bodied and fragrant liquor that sake brewery founded in 1865 carefully brewed with spring water in the Northern Alps!

Kinran Kurobe

Junmai Daiginjo Shu

t is a Genshu (undiluted sake) of Junmai Daiginjo that is polished to 49% of Miyama Nishiki and brewed through tsukihaze style koji (Koji-fungi grows in a spotted pattern over the rice grain) and low temperature fermentation.

Ichinoya 

Hitogokochi Junmai Ginjo Genshu

Using rice grown on a fertile ground and the clear water at the foot of the Northern Alps, chief brewer has made pure-tasting sake with the spirit. This is a dry Junmai Ginjo Shu with a refreshing aroma spread in your mouth.

 

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Sankei Nishiki Junmai Ginjo Genshu Namazake

Using rice grown on a fertile ground and the clear water at the foot of the Northern Alps, chief brewer has made pure-tasting sake with the spirit.

This is a Junmai Ginjo sake with the freshness of unpasteurized sake and refreshing aroma spread in your mouth, a glamorous aroma and a rich taste. Since it is an unpasterurized sake, please keep it in the refrigerator.

Kinran Kurobe

Hyojyunsui Shikomi Junmai Ginjo Genshu Namazake

This is Junmai Ginjo Genshu, which was brewed with Miyama Nishiki from Nagano and "Hyojun water", which springs from  Mt. Akazawa in the Northern Alps. Since it is unpasteurized sake, please save it in the refrigerator.

Kunran Kurobe

Ginjo Nama Chozou Shu

It is a tasteful, fruity, dry Ginjo, unpasteruraized at storage sake.

Since it is an unpasteurized at storage sake, please keep it in the refrigerator.

 

Kinran Kurobe

Karakuchi

It is a dry sake that is light body and a easy to drink.

Ichinoya 

Junmai Ginjo

It is a tasteful, fruity, dry Junmai Ginjo Shu

 

Ichinoya 

Hitogokochi Junmai Ginjo Genshu Namazake

Using rice grown on a fertile ground and the clear water at the foot of the Northern Alps, chief brewer has made pure-tasting sake with the spirit.

This is a dry Junmai Ginjo sake with the freshness of unpasteurized sake and refreshing aroma spread in your mouth. Since it is an unpasterurized sake, please keep it in the refrigerator.

Kinran Kurobe

Aigamo Jyunjyo

​It is sake that is prepared with rice grown by so-called "rice-duck farming". 

Ichinoya Tokubetsu Junmai Shu

Using rice grown on a fertile ground and the clear water at the foot of the Northern Alps, chief brewer has made pure-tasting sake with the spirit. Warm sake is recommended with a gentle mouthfeel.

Kinran Kurobe

Honjyozo

​It is sake that you can usually drink.

Can be enjoyed chilled or hot.

Rice polishing ratio is 65%.

A Safety Prayer "Anzenkigan"

Title letter is written by previous  chief priest of Suwa Taisha, Mr. Narumoto Hirashi (from Omachi City).  You can use it widely, such as Celebration for a delivery of a car to  its new owner, groundbreaking ceremony, completion ceremony, framework completion ceremony.

Ichinoya 

Junmai Ginjo Shu Namazake

It is a tasteful, fruity, dry Junmai Ginjo, unpasteurized and diluted sake. Since it is an unpasterurized sake, please keep it in the refrigerator.

 

Ichinoya 

Sankei Nishiki Junmai Ginjo Genshu

Using rice grown on a fertile ground and the clear water at the foot of the Northern Alps, chief brewer has made pure-tasting sake with the spirit. This is a Junmai Ginjo Shu with a glamorous aroma and a rich taste.

 

Kinran Kurobe

Hyojyunsui Shikomi Junmai Ginjo Genshu

This is Junmai Ginjo Genshu, which was brewed with Miyama Nishiki from Nagano and "Hyojun water", which springs from  Mt. Akazawa in the Northern Alps.

Ichinoya 

Ginjo Shu

Using rice grown on a fertile ground and the clear water at the foot of the Northern Alps,chief brewer has made pure-tasting sake with the spirit. This is a tasteful, fruity, dry Ginjo Shu. 

 

Kinran Kurobe

New Sake "Shinshu"

The character of the label is the ancient character, which wrote "Child" which is the zodiac sign of Reiwa 2nd year. Please enjoy the glamorous and fruity ginjo aroma, the freshness and body feeling unique to unpasteurized sake.

Since it is unpasteurized sake, please keep it in the refrigerator.

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