The sake brewery in Aizuwakamatsu City has a motto of "bichi doho" sake brewing, where local people make their own sake with local rice using local methods. The sake brewed with Gohyakumangoku from local Aizu, Yamadanishiki from Yoshikawa and Tojo in Hyogo, Omachi, etc., has an appealing gentle taste. Aizu-musume Junmai-shu" is one of the most popular sake, and the flavor of the rice spreads well and you will never get tired of drinking it. It goes with strong flavored dishes such as Kipper in Sanshozuke, a local dish of Aizu. Aizu Musume Muisin", which is made from organically grown rice in the company's own paddy fields, has a subdued flavor and can be used for both cold and warmed sake.
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