Bandai Portfolio 04. Takeshizuku
Yamada Nishiki from Itoshima in Fukuoka Prefecture was polished to 50%. You can feel a fruity, melon-like umami taste on the palate. It has a dry taste with a touch of acidity and a well-balanced sweetness that leaves a refreshing aftertaste. It is a daiginjo-shu with a slight ginjo aroma and a lingering fragrance that disappears quickly in the mouth.