"A reconforting sake, rich and world-class."


This sake is Shichida's challenge to dispel the notion that higher numbers in rice polishing are always better. Although Shichida uses very little polish, he still manages to brew a high-quality sake that is full-bodied and engaging from start to finish. The nose is rich and sweet, with figs and dried fruit being the first aromas. Its finish is smooth and refreshing. Sweet and savoury pair perfectly together, so serve it with heavy, savoury dishes to balance it out.

Characteristics of Shichida 75 Junmai

ABV: 17%

Grade: Junmai

Taste: Rich & Dry

Storage: Keep in a cool dark and dry place

Rice Variety: Yamadanishiki

Yeast: N/A

Brewing Method: Sokujo

Polishing Ratio: 75%

Acidity: 1.8

SMV: +4.5

Food Pairing

Stewed pork, camembert cheese, stewed beef tendon but also rich seafood dishes.

Recommended Serving Temperature




Tenzan Shuzo is located in Saga prefecture.

Tenzan Shuzo

A husband and wife team from a flour and noodles business bought a brewery that was on the verge of collapse in 1875. This led to Tenzan Brewing Company's creation in 1875. As of right now, the sixth-generation president, Kensuke Shichida, continually challenges the company to keep up with the current sake trend. As a result, they have always focused on maximizing the quality of their sake by using the natural resources of Ogi city. Shichida's leadership in Japan - as well as internationally - is noteworthy, and their close collaboration with the brewing community is always exciting.

Tenzan Shuzo