Savor local brews from Tottori’s Chubu and Seibu areas
The selection of our local brews: Junmai sake “Tōgō” made with 100% Yamada Nishiki rice grown in Misasa town.
“Misasa Masamune” brewed by Misasa Onsen Shuzō.
“Hōjō wine” made at a winery by the sand dune, and “G beer” brewed in Mt. Daisen.
Please join us in savoring Tottori’s local brews highlighting Chubu and Seibu areas.
*Feel free to order your beverages at the time of dinner.
Sake / local brew
Junmai daiginjo “Kiya”
Junmai daiginjo (300ml) / Hokuei-chō, Tottori / Umetsu Shuzō / 16° / Refreshing and smooth on the palate, our top shelf sake served cold.
Freshly squeezed cloudy undiluted sake
Slightly sparkling cold sake (180ml) / Umetsu Shuzō / It has a condensed flavor of sake rice and a refreshing feeling of “swoosh” when you put it in your mouth.
Seishu / Misasa Onsen / Fujii Shuzō / 15-16° / In between sweet and dry.
Junmai ginjo / Kotoura-chō, Tottori / Ōtani Shuzō / 15-16° / Delicate texture and ripe flavor. Most popular sake.
Junmai ginjo / Kotoura-chō, Tottori / Ōtani Shuzō / 15-16° / The bottling is taken from the middle of the pressing, representing the pinnacle segment of the mash.
Junmai sake / Yurihama-chō, Tottori / Fukura Shuzō/ 18° / Fragrant and rich in flavor with a well balanced acidity. 100% Misasa grown crop per a contract. Highly recommended sake.
Seishu / Kurayoshi-shi, Tottori / Nakai Shuzō / 15-16° / Dry sake with a strong personality.
Special Junmaishu / Tottori-shi, Tottori / Yamane Shuzō / 15-16° / A well known sake featured in a foodie manga series “Oishinbo.”
Special Junmaishu / Kurayoshi-shi, Tottori / Nakai Shuzō / 15-16° / The producer of this sake only uses in-house well water.
Local wine / local beer
Hōjō wine (white)
Hokuei-chō, Tottori / Hojyo Winery / Kōshū varietal cultivated in Hōjō Sand Dunes in Tottori. On the dry side.
Hōjō wine (red)
Hokuei-chō, Tottori / Hojyo Winery / Muscat Bailey A varietal cultivated in Hōjō Sand Dunes in Tottori. Between medium to full body.
Daisen G beer
Kumezakura beer / Won first place in “World’s Best Grain-only Wheat Beer” in 2011. Hoppy with a refreshing aroma, this light colored beer has a flavor that Japanese are familiar with.
Pure malt “Kurayoshi”
Kurayoshi-shi, Tottori / Matsui Shuzō / 43° / A masterpiece with well balanced aromas of refreshing malt, sweet raisin, toasted nuts, and vanilla. The harmony of moderate acidity, bitterness and sweetness spreads onto your sophisticated palates. Barrel type: white oak.
Single malt “Peated”
Kurayoshi-shi, Tottori / Matsui Shuzō / 48° / Mild flavor and fruity sweetness. Smokey peat aroma gives this expression an elegance. Barrel type: white oak.
Single malt “Sakura Cask”
Kurayoshi-shi, Tottori / Matsui Shuzō / 48° / Making use of the aroma of malt and bitterness of unblended whisky, a sweet fragrance of Sakura faintly spreads on your palates. Barrel type: Japanese cherry cask.
Local shōchū / local umeshu
Sand dune nagaimo shōchū (Gold)
Hokuei-chō, Tottori / Umetsu Shuzō / 30° / Modest personality with a gentle taste yet flavorful. Hint of bitterness.
Sand dune nagaimo shōchū (Black)
Hokuei-chō, Tottori / Umetsu Shuzō / 25° / The characteristic of nagaimo is very well expressed, rich in flavors, gentle and slightly sweet.
Sand dune nagaimo shōchū Undiluted shōchū (Black)
Hokuei-chō, Tottori / Umetsu Shuzō / 41° / Atmospherically distilled undiluted shōchū. After distillation and storage, no water is added, then bottled. Smooth mouthfeel. Enjoy it on the rocks.
Hokuei-chō, Tottori / Umetsu Shuzō / 10-12° / “Lake Tōgō” area is known for production of 21st Century Asian pears. In a stable climate, a brand of plums “Nokyō plums” abundantly grow. The sake used to produce this umeshu is 100% Tottori sourced. Refreshing flavors and exquisitely sweet & sour taste make this umeshu elegant.
Hokuei-chō, Tottori / Umetsu Shuzō / 9-10° / Completely ripened Nokyō plums are steeped in shōchū for 2 years with a unique technique. Pressed with pits in the plums. Rich and noble fragrance and depth in flavors.