TYKU Sake, an American sake brand, is handcrafted at the Umenoyado sake brewery. Umenoyoda sake brewery is a fifth-generation, female-run sake brewing facility, right in the heart of Nara, Japan. The brewery is a 10 time sake winner of the most prestigious sake competition in Japan, Zenkoku Shinshu Kanpyo Kai.
TYKU Sake is a leading producer of premium Japanese sake, offering exceptional products sourced from only four all-natural ingredients; rice, water, yeast and koji. It is completely gluten-free and contains no sulfites, tannins, additives or preservatives. Although sake brewing technology grew by leaps and bounds during the 20th century, Sake is still largely produced using a traditional old-world process. Intended to highlight the brand’s integration of Japanese tradition with modern innovation, the design of the sake bottle has a contemporary block lettering emblazoned on a sleek matte finish. TYKU Sake’s iconic bottle shape has also been elegantly refined to be more consistent with the shape of a traditional Japanese sake carafe.