Kyoto, Fushimi strolling part 3 Kizakura Sake Brewery




A stroll around Fushimi, Kyoto Part 3. Speaking of Fushimi, sake breweries in Kyoto and water are good, so sake brewing has been popular for a long time.

That's why there are head offices of famous sake breweries such as Gekkeikan and Kizakura Sake Brewery.

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This is the official shop of Kizakura Sake Brewery.

Speaking of yellow cherry blossoms, kappa lol. I only know that I was born in the Showa era.

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The inside of the store is lively.

The scent of alcohol drifts, and just being there makes you feel drunk.

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That melody has been playing in my brain for a long time since I entered the store.

♫ Kappapar.

I want this Inoguchi.

I haven't seen it at all these days, but I think it's banned because it's a bit erotic now.

It's an era.

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Of course, alcohol is the main.

There are so many types.

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Amazake is also good.

I want to buy it, but I want to take a walk after this.

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There is also a corner that introduces old sake brewing.

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It will introduce you to the sake brewing process in a miniature.

The doll is cute.

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First of all, "washing rice".

I will wash the rice cleanly.

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Next is "steamed rice".

Steam the rice.

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"Cooling". Divide into jiuqu, mash, and moromi and cool.

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"Jiuqu making". It is made in a room called a room, which is kept at a high temperature and moderate humidity.

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"Making 酛". Put Jiuqu and steamed rice in a half-cut tub filled with cold water and stir carefully.

When the water is fully absorbed by the jiuqu and steamed rice, grind it with a stick.

It takes about 30 days to make fermented sardines.

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Making moromi. Well, I don't understand the explanation of this process at all.

It just introduces the process, what happens when it is made, why it is made, etc.

I don't want to explain it to amateurs in an easy-to-understand manner.

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It's getting dull to read.

Is there anyone who says "I see!" In this explanation?

Alcohol will be generated as a by-product in the process of fermentation.

After all, I have to guess everything here.

It's an explanation that makes indigestion somehow.



Kizakura Memorial Hall
228 Shioyamachi, Fushimi-ku, Kyoto
075-611-9919

 

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