Established in 1882. Named after Li Bo, a Chinese poet in Tang era also known as Rihaku in Japan, by Reijiro Wakatsuki who was a former prime minister. We brew sake paying such a careful attention to raw materials that we use the rice best for sake preparation for every grade of our sake.
335 Ishibashi-cho, Matsue-shi Shimane 690-0881
Rihaku Junmai ginjo WANDERING POET
Well liked during meals in many countries around the world, for its decent taste and flavor
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Rihaku Daiginjo Gekka Dokushaku
Rich in flavor and solid in taste. Enjoy before and during meals
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