Located in a valley in Kainan City, Wakayama lies what was once originally built as a temple named “Muryozan,” but now stands as Heiwa Shuzou, renamed after the end of the Second World War (Heiwa translates to “peace” or “harmony”). While the Yamamoto family has been making sake for 4 generations, the KID brand itself was born when the current President, Norimasa Yamamoto assumed his current place in his family’s history.
With the goal to create the new standard for next generation Sake in Japan, Heiwa Shuzou brings us “KID” Muryozan 30. This sake, which receives its name from the former temple it is now brewed in, is the highest grade and best series of the KID sake lineup. Using Grade A Yamadanishiki from Hyogo and a milling rate of 30%, this rice requires a very sophisticated and delicate technique for every step in the brewing process. Heiwa Shuzou puts fort every ounce of energy to brew this sake to be the most beautiful. Muryozan 30 is elegant, soft and smooth.
Recommended temperature: best served chilled