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by Akita Seishu
Kariho brewery was established in 1913, and translates as harvested grain, named after a poem by Emperor Tenchi as a symbol of respect for the farmers who work so hard cultivating the rice fields. Kariho is a very special brewery, one of the few to press all of their sake in a traditional "fune". Pressing in the traditional method takes 2 days and is an integral step in making the well balanced, mature sake that Kariho is famous for.
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