Ozeki was the first major sake brewer to begin production in the United States. In 2009, Ozeki Sake (USA) Inc. celebrates its 30th anniversary. Not only is Ozeki the oldest sake brewer in the United States, it can boast of a history of over 291 years in Japan. Ozeki's Japan headquarters is located in Nada (between Osaka and Kobe), a sake brewing region famous for its water (Miyamizu) and sake-brewing rice (Yamada-Nishiki). In the U.S., Ozeki was also concerned about location, which is why Hollister, California, was carefully chosen. In Hollister, water from the Sierra Nevada mountains and rice from nearby Sacramento provide Ozeki Sake with quality ingredients to make the finest sake.
“Fukiage Mugi Shochu” is characterized by a mild and refreshing taste. This is the popular Barley Shochu because of its refreshing taste. Serve as you like in all seasons.