Founded in 1743, Hakutsuru is one of the oldest saké producers in Japan and is located in the Nada district of Kobe, a leading saké production area known throughout Japan. The name Hakutsuru means “white crane”. The Japanese crane’s reserved character and graceful appearance, and the cultural association of seeing the crane in flight as an auspicious sign, made the crane an ideal symbol to represent the excellent quality of Hakutsuru’s saké.
Sayuri means “little lily” in Japanese and the name is apt for this soft, floral noted nigori. Explore
Nothing says fun like bubbles, and no sake at SakeOne is as bubbly as the Awayuki! Affectionately known as the "sparkling snow," this sake is light, fizzy and mildly sweet, perfect for sharing or just for you. Hints of delicate cucumber, peach and marshmallow make this an irresistible treat year round. Explore
The taste of a daiginjo isn't one that is easily forgotten. Hakutsuru's Sho-Une Daiginjo is no exception. The slightly dry, full-bodied sake with velvety smoothness drinks like a dream. Soft aromas of pear give way to flickers of white peach and grapes in this wonderfully complex daiginjo. Explore