Miyako-Bijin was established as a company in 1945, when 10 smaller breweries merged together to consolidate their brewing skills. Originally called Awaji Shuzo after the island where the brewery is located, it changed to Miyako-Bijin in 1959/1960. Today the brewery is led by Toji (Master Brewer) Kunihiro Yamauchi who is a talented young brewer who oversees the production of all the sake, Umeshu and liqueurs produced at Miyako Bijin.
A brand new product from Miyako Bijin, the Usagi is a natually fermented sake. Bold & flavourful with a rich deep complexity. A balanced round mouthfeel with intense spice and a fine acidic backbone. - Black Market Sake
HANDLING: Once opened the Miyako-Bijin 'Kumo no Miyako-Bijin' will last well for at least 8 - 10 weeks, ideally in a refrigerator.