- Product Name
- Banshu Ikkon Junmai Ginjo「Sennen no Fuji」
- Type of Rice Used
- Hyogo YumeNishiki
- Polished Rice Ratio
Banshu Ikkon Junmai Ginjo「Sennen no Fuji」
There is a legend about the Thousand Year Wisteria that blooms at the local Dasai Shrine.
Once upon a time, there lived a kind-hearted young man named Yoemon in Kamiji Village
(present-day Kamiji, Yamazaki-cho, Shiso-shi).
He planted a wisteria at Dasai Shrine, hoping for a good harvest and happiness not only for himself but for everyone in the village.
This wish was taken up and continued by the local residents, and the wisteria has survived for approximately a thousand years.
The wisteria in full bloom and hanging is a sight to behold.
It blooms around May every year, healing the hearts of those who look upon it.
It has also been selected as one of the 100 top fragrant locations in Japan by the Ministry of the Environment.
This Junmai Ginjo, with its vivid aroma and rich, deep flavor, was made in the image of the Thousand Year Wisteria,
the pride of the town.