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Jikuya Distillery

Jikuya Distillery

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【Corporate profile】

Company nameJikuya Distillery Co.,Ltd.
AddressHirakawa 1427, Satsuma-cho,Satsuma-gun,Kagoshima,Japan
Tel+81(0)966 45 0200
Home pagehttp://www.jikuya-shuzo.co.jp/


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In Miyanojocho Hirakawa at the foot of Mount Shibi, a Sacred mountain in North Satsuma, Gonsuke Jikuya was the first Jikuya to begin making shochu in 1910. One hundred years ago. Gonsuke’s unyielding focus was on “a powerful taste, even when mixed with hot water”and it has been called “Karakuchi no Ken”shochu ever since. This taste, which has been preserved by four generations over the past century, sleeps quietly after being stirred by paddles held in human hands and will continue to be preserved going forward.


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Jikuya Distillery, is housed in a small building at the foot of Mt Shibi, Here is where the ingredients of sweet potatoes and malted rice are carefully nurtured by the master brewer’s adept skill and transformed into a shochu that is bursting with wholesome flavor. Bringing the wholesomeness of nature to life in shochu is the creed that drives us and to which we stay faithful in order to preserve the distinctive taste of our shochu. Don’t add anything that isn’t needed and don’t cut “The product is a person


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To the East is the Kirishima mountain range, to the West, the East China Sea. To the North East, commanding a view of distant Amakusa, is Mount Shibi (summit 1066m), the sacred mountain of North Satsuma, a mystical mountain that is said to have been visited in olden times by Jofuku in his quest for the elixir of immortality and eternal youth under changes with changing of the seasons: cherry blossoms in the Spring, green foliage in the summer which takes on autumnal hues before the hoar frosts of winter decorate bare branches.


【Goods introduction】

SHIBI no TSUYU

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A classic shochu created using koganesengan potatoes produced in Kagoshima Prefecture, underground water from Mount Shibi and traditional techniques. The sweetness and mellowness of the satsumaimo are drawn out by white malt.

  • 720ml
  • Alc.25%
  • Ingredients: Satsumaimo(sweet potato), malted rice
  • Atmospheric distillation


KOUKADEN

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A distinctive shochu created using beni Satsuma potatoes grown in Kagoshima Prefecture and underground water from Mount Shibi. Slowly matured, it has Depth of flavor and slips down a treat.

  • 720ml
  • Alc.25%
  • Ingredients: Satsumaimo(sweet potato), malted rice
  • Atmospheric distillation


SHIROKU no GON

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Our founder Gonsuke Jikuya hated the numbers four and six and apparently Would only hand over three bottles to any customer who asked for four. The Taste of this shochu reflects that sort of unyielding stubbornness.

  • 720ml
  • Alc.25%
  • Ingredients: Satsumaimo(sweet potato), malted rice
  • Atmospheric distillation


JIKUYA

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The sweetness and mellowness koganesengan potatoes are fully drawn out By fermentation in our kame urns. Stored for more than a year and a half in Kame jars, this shochu has body and a depth of flavor.

  • 720ml
  • Alc.25%
  • Ingredients: Satsumaimo(sweet potato), malted rice
  • Atmospheric distillation


Bisui Shochu RIN

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A classic jar-matured, black-malt fermented shochu crafted by our female Master brewer. Koganesengan potatoes are combined with underground water From Mount Shibi. Within the delicate structure of its taste you will discover a satisfying frigidity.

  • 720ml
  • Alc.25%
  • Ingredients: Satsumaimo(sweet potato), malted rice
  • Atmospheric distillation



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