UPDATE: 2016'10'01

Toyonoaki sakes have arrived for the first time in Australia with two varieties! 

toyonoaki AKA LABEL -Junmai
●Rice Type/Gohyakumangoku (Shimane)
●Rice polishing ratio/65-70%
●Alcohol/15.4% ●SMV/+4.0 ●Acidity/1.5 ●Amino Acid/1.4 ●Yeast/#901

toyonoaki AO LABEL -Junmai Namazume Genshu
●Rice Type/Gohyakumangoku (Shimane)
●Rice polishing ratio/65-70%
●Alcohol/17.8% ●SMV/+4.5 ●Acidity/1.8 ●Amino Acid/1.7 ●Yeast/#901

※Namazume: Usually, sake is heat sterilezed twice, before tank storage and at bottling. Namazume is sake pasteurized prior to tank storage but not at bottling.
※Genshu: Undiluted sake

 "Share a piece of Shimane with the rest of the world."
This feeling served as our inspiration that sparked this series. As the first step toward our goal, we take great pride in introducing to you our junmai sake made with Shimane-grown "Gohyakumangoku". "Gohyakumangoku", a popular rice strain specially developed for sake-brewing, is one of the most widely cultivated variety of rice in Japan and Shimane. Possessing a delicate flavor, this is a hardy type of rice that goes well with many dishes.
The sake we crafted shares the refreshing smoothness and gentle aroma of this special type of rice. Served at your preferred temperature, please enjoy a glass of our sake as the perfect accompaniment to any of your favorite dishes.

We look forward to seeing you and to sharing kanpai in Australia!

(Retail: TOKYO MART Sydney)