Kaguwa is a beautiful sake like fragrant sweet-smelling flowers.
Each flower on the bottles of Kaguwa has a special meaning in Japanese culture.
The "Kiku" on the Junmai Daiginjo bottle is a representative flower of Japan.
Kiku stands for nobility and also adorns the royal crest of the Emperor of Japan.
The “Sakura” on the Junmai Ginjo bottle is a representative flower of Japan too.
Sakura is a special word for the Japanese. It represents success and passing an exam.
The “Tsubaki” drawn on the Junmai-shu bottle is a one of the prefectural flowers of Niigata.
Since ancient times, Tsubaki stands for protection from harm.
The sake yeast manufactured by the brewery gives the sake of Koshinohana-shuzo its fresh, elegant and fruity flavors.
Koshinohana Sake BreweryJunmai shuKAGUWA – Junmaishu – Tsubaki
Koshinohana Sake BreweryJunmai GinjoKAGUWA – Junmai Ginjo – Sakura
Koshinohana Sake BreweryJunmai DaiginjoKAGUWA – Junmai Daiginjo KIKU