Koshi no kanbai brings you a Japanese sake that anyone and everyone will enjoy equally, for those enriching moments.

Presenting a new junmai ginjo - the embodiment of the ideal envisioned by today’s brewery.

Amane - meaning wide-reaching - is refreshing, soft and features an unadorned finish. As the name suggests, Amane is a sake that extends the bounds of the Koshi no Kanbai world.

浹 - Amane -

A word meaning: wide-reaching; go around or circumnavigate; refreshing.

Sake and blissful harmony

What sake could add to the abiding heritage of the Koshi no Kanbai style - unfailing throughout the successive reigns of the Meiji, Taisho, Showa and Heisei Emperors - and still be appropriate to the current, new era of the Reiwa Emperor?

Amane is an honest response to that question.

Inherent in the name ‘Reiwa’ is the meaning of culture being created and nurtured by people whose hearts are beautifully joined. at the root of Amane is the desire that it be a sake that will engender blissful harmony by enabling people to connect with each other, nurture bonds and enjoy enriching moments …

The gentle healing of quality rice

Only the best quality rice suitable for sake brewing is used to produce a sake that will soothe the spirit at the catch of a breath. Amane is a soft, refreshing sake, with an elegant and gentle aroma and an unadorned finish.

Verdant green, soothing to the spirit

Like flowers of the field glowing with life and arranged in a vase, we wanted Amane to be a sake that soothed the spirit at the catch of a breath, just by its presence on the table. That is the wish embodied in the fresh green of the Amane bottle. The fine pattern on the label symbolizes the origins of Koshi no Kanbai in Kameda-go, an area embraced by the Agano and Shinano rivers and the Koagano River which links the two. The pattern expresses gratitude and respect for the abundance of clear water and the cool climate Kameda-go provides. The golden design also evokes the shimmering hues of Kameda-go’s abundance.

Meals become enriching moments

Amane may be enjoyed at any temperature, but for maximum enjoyment of aroma and flavor we recommend around fifteen degrees Celsius. Amane may be matched with any cuisine - Japanese, Western, or Chinese - for enriching dining moments. We also recommend contrasting Amane and its refreshing, soft, unadorned finish, with the smoothness and body of Sai.

Junmai-ginjo Amane

Gohyakumangoku rice (Niigata Prefecture), etc.
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* Component values are management target values