Shirataki Seven Junmai Daiginjo wins Kura Master Platinum award - Shirataki Sake
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Shirataki Seven Junmai Daiginjo wins Kura Master Platinum award

Shirataki Seven Junmai Daiginjo wins Kura Master Platinum award

Kura Master, a sake competition in France, has awarded Shirataki Sake’s Seven with the honor of the Platinum Award.

Seven, whose gold crest is the symbol of Shirataki, is the highest end Junmai Daiginjo sake of Shirataki Brewery. The name Seven comes from the current owner being the seventh generation of the Minatoya Tosuke family. Sake production began in 1855 in the Niigata region of Japan.

Kura Master is located in France and focuses on a combination of Japanese sake and French gastronomy. Their mission is to grow sake in the French market.

Judges of Kura Master are French sommeliers and professionals in the food industry. This includes chefs, pastry chefs, restaurants, and hotel industry professionals, and teachers of gastronomy. Their goal is to build courses of Japanese sake in harmony with gastronomy. They invite producers and both amateurs and professionals.

Shirataki is honored to be included among the top sake breweries of the world. Arigatou!

To see all sake winners watch the below video: