Sake of Ehime

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Nikitatsu sake in Dogo, Matsuyama

Nikitatsu sake in Dogo, Matsuyama

Freshly pressed sake from Umenishiki. This has an almost peppery zing.

Freshly pressed sake from Umenishiki. This has an almost peppery zing.

Mikado Kikusui brewery in picturesque Kikuma beside the Seto Inland Sea.

Mikado Kikusui brewery in picturesque Kikuma beside the Seto Inland Sea.

Kikuma Bijin sake brewery in the picturesque town of Kikuma beside the Seto Inland Sea.

Kikuma Bijin sake brewery in the picturesque town of Kikuma beside the Seto Inland Sea.

The bombastic plaque of Kikuma Bijin in front of the brewery in Kikuma.

The bombastic plaque of Kikuma Bijin in front of the brewery in Kikuma.

Asashibori sake from Koei brewery in Matsuyama. This sake is bottled straight from the press, and isn't heat treated to kill the microorganisms that turn rice into sake. Consequently, it has a slightly effervescent character. It's fresh and delicious!

Asashibori sake from Koei brewery in Matsuyama. This sake is bottled straight from the press, and isn't heat treated to kill the microorganisms that turn rice into sake. Consequently, it has a slightly effervescent character. It's fresh and delicious!

Kirimancho brewery in Yawatahama

Kirimancho brewery in Yawatahama

A small glass of Kirimancho namagenshu, fresh from the brewery at Yawatahama.

A small glass of Kirimancho namagenshu, fresh from the brewery at Yawatahama.

The main building of Kameoka Shuzo brewery in Uchiko, home of the Chiyo no Kame brand. Most of the processes are done here by hand in the traditional way. Although it's really cold inside the brewery, the Chiyo no Kame sake is heart-warmingly rich and flavoursome.

The main building of Kameoka Shuzo brewery in Uchiko, home of the Chiyo no Kame brand. Most of the processes are done here by hand in the traditional way. Although it's really cold inside the brewery, the Chiyo no Kame sake is heart-warmingly rich and flavoursome.

Patriotic sake cups from the 1940s in the Yoshiumi Local Culture Center on Oshima Island.

Patriotic sake cups from the 1940s in the Yoshiumi Local Culture Center on Oshima Island.

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