In Japanese mythology, Inari Okami is the god of Rice, Saké, Swordsmiths and Foxes.
The fox spirits of Inari were entrusted to guard the Torii gates, only allowing the purest of spirits to pass. Four Fox Saké represents this purity and perfection.
COLD. FRESH. PURE.
To create the perfect drink, we started with the perfect ingredients. The purest water comes from snow. This led us to Tsunan, Niigata – an area that boasts a greater annual snowfall than Oslo or Moscow.
The highest official designation for saké is Junmai Daiginjo. Junmai represents the ultimate in purity – only water, rice and koji are used. Daiginjo signifies that at least half of every grain of rice is milled away, painstakingly removing impurities.
STANDING APART FROM THE REST.
It is time for the world to discover what Japan has known for millennia. Saké is not a drink to only be enjoyed in restaurants. It is a drink to be celebrated everywhere, in a class of its own.