Tamanohikari Junmai Daiginjo

Tamanohikari Junmai Daiginjo


Our Take

Tamanohikari’s Junmai Daiginjo holds a special place in my heart. Why? it’s one of the first sakes that made me take a step back and think, “wow, is this really what sake is all about?”

Based out of Fushimi in Kyoto, Tamanohikari makes a stunner of a daiginjo. It starts with an attractive green and gold bottle accented with red typeface that sits ornately at the dinner table. As you smell the sake in the glass, an aromatic perfume of flowers, melon, passion fruit, and a touch of coconut spring up. It also presents a delicate but fatty texture with a hint of melon on the palate. 

Beginners and seasoned sake lovers will enjoy Tamanohikari’s Junmai Daiginjo. It goes well on its own and can pair alongside richer foods.


  • Junmai Daiginjo

  • Seimaibuai: 50%

  • 720ml

  • Made in Kyoto

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Food Pairing

Beef Skewers

succulent cubed beef, medium-rare


terriyaki sauce