ISEKICHI DON

ISEKICHI DON

Named after Isekichi Komaki the founder and 2nd Chairman, this label has been voted the most delicious shochu by the shochu drinkers of Satsuma Town.
Recommended to be served with hot-water to bring out the sweetness of the sweet potato.

1,800ml・900ml

TODORO NO TSUYU KURO

TODORO NO TSUYU KURO

This label has descended from the shochu TODORO NO TSUYU that the distillery succeeded when it was founded in 1909. The shochu has a fragrant aroma that is unique to the black starter.
This shochu is excellently suited to mixing with either hot or plain water.

1,800ml・900ml

KOMAKI

KOMAKI

KOMAKI is the name-sake brand of the distillery, which was first released in 1993.
This shochu can be enjoyed by mixing with either hot or plain water.

1,800ml・900ml

KAMOKAGURA KOMAKI

KAMOKAGURA KOMAKI

Aigamo rice (grown in rice fields without agrichemicals or chemical fertilizer) is used for the rice starter for a mellow taste.
Recently, the number of farmers with contracts for Aigamo rice are decreasing and the amount of shochu production is limited. Currently this label is released once per year during summer to autumn.

1,800ml・900ml

BENI KOMAKI

BENI KOMAKI

Using the food-table-variety Red Satsuma sweet potato as a raw ingredient, this shochu targets a sweet fruity taste preferred by female drinkers.
It has an attractive appearance, is very easy to drink and its fragrance is best when served "choimizu," which is on the rocks with a dash of water.

1,800ml・720ml

ISSHO SILVER (Black Starter)

ISSHO SILVER (Black Starter)

Aiming to recreate a shochu created by Komaki Brewing when it was first founded, the power of the Black Starter and the Yeast that was developed 100 years earlier has been used to create a shochu that combines various modern distilling techniques.

1,800ml・720ml

ISSHO BRONZE (White Starter)

ISSHO BRONZE (White Starter)

On the occasion of our centenary we created this shochu that is fermented at very low temperatures using yeast and beer yeast as part of brewing aimed at making shochu for the next 100 years.
By chilled carbon dioxide, a clear savory flavor with a fresh sweet potato flavor can be created. It is a good pre-dinner drink.

1,800ml・720ml

NATSU NO KOMAKI

NATSU NO KOMAKI

By using two different kinds of sweet potato, the Joy White and the Beni Satsuma, it is possible to create a shochu with a sweet and crisp taste. It is an ideal summer drink for removing the summer haze to enjoy a refreshing summer.

As this shochu is designed for the summer, it is only sold during the summer months.

1,800ml・720ml

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  • On Asashi Broadcasting's TV station, 8:00 a.m. Saturday May 9, we were featured on the popular lifestyle show "Asa-da Nama-desu Tabi Sarada." Please watch it.

  • As we previously announced, the September 2013 edition of "dancyu" the Japanese food lifestyle magazine, which hit the bookshop shelves yesterday, features Komaki Brewing. We are very happy with the article. Our shochu is listed in the magazine's ranking lists as well. We are recommending to everyone that they go out and buy the magazine.

  • Jul 23.2013

    Announcement

    The September 2013 edition of "dancyu" the Japanese food lifestyle magazine, expected to hit the bookshop shelves on August 5, will be featuring a piece on Komaki Brewing. It will be a great edition to go out and buy as it will also write some interesting things about our "ISSHO" label.

  • Jun 11.2013

    About aged shochu…

    We would like to explain a little about aged shochu, which is something many of you are asking us about since we were featured on Asashi Broadcasting's "Tabi Sarada." The aged shochu that the show's host sampled was a special bottle that we have not yet released as a product. It will soon reach the planned storage time, and we plan to release it next spring. We will announce all aged shochu releases when they are ready for the market. In the meantime, we would be happy for you to enjoy other label shochu from Komaki Brewing.

  • On Asashi Broadcasting's TV station, 8:00 a.m. Saturday June 1, we were featured on the popular lifestyle show "Asa-da Nama-desu Tabi Sarada." Please watch it.