Junmai-Daiginjo made with spring water from Mt. Fuji
"VANQUISH-Seifukusha" is brewed at "Fujimasa-Shuzo", a brewery that has been in business in the township of Fujinomiya, Shizuoka Prefecture since the Keiou era.
"VANQUISH-Seifukusha" is made exclusively from the "king of sake rice," superior quality "Yamada-Nishiki" rice grown in Hyogo Prefecture, together with spring water from Mt Fuji. This water, which takes some 30 years to rise to the surface, is filtered to give it an even softer finish. "VANQUISH-Seifukusha" is one of Japan's top-ranking Junmai-Daiginjo types of sake.
The delicious flavor and fragrance of the rice stand out in contrast to this sake's sweet and sour fruity taste. "VANQUISH-Seifukusha" is also distinctive for its pleasantly finished aftertaste.
We have been particular about creating a sake that will taste delicious not only to seasoned sake-lovers, but also to those who are new to sake.
"VANQUISH-Seifukusha" 720 ml
With the characters for "征服者" written boldly on the Mizukiri-style washi paper label, and the impressive appearance of the beautiful, dignified blue bottle, VANQUISH-Seifukusha's bottle design is truly reminiscent of Mt. Fuji.
"VANQUISH-Seifukusha" limited edition 720 ml (limited to 500 bottles with cup)
We are pleased to present our limited edition model. Limited to 500 pieces, it includes a 720 ml bottle of "VANQUISH-Seifukusha" and a "Tajima-Glass" "Toast to Mt. Fuji" sake cup designed after the famous mountain. The sake cup is made from sculpted (sand blasted) glass and represents the snow-covered peak. Placed upside down, it creates an image of the beautiful Mt Fuji, famous worldwide as the symbolic, sacred mountain of Japan due to its graceful and majestic appearance. Enjoy an encounter with both Mt. Fuji and the fine sake that is produced at its foot.
Enjoy sake in a chic, stylish way
Three styles of wooden Masu sake cups presented in a new design sensibility
With an interest in Masu, Japan's wooden sake cups that used to serve as one of the country's traditional utensils, and working to carry on the techniques and traditions associated with them, these "Ohashi-Ryoki" sake cups are presented as stylish kinds of Masu, suited to today's lifestyles. The special models of these chic sake cups come in three types, each engraved with a dog and the character 渋, standing for Shibuya, VANQUISH's home base. Create a lively drinking party together with "VANQUISH-Seifukusha".
Shibu Apollo wine
In a form reminiscent of the Apollo spacecraft that journeyed into out space, the mouth of this sake cup has been kept narrow in order to prevent the fragrance from escaping, just as is done with wine glasses. Shibu Apollo wine also serves as a chic accessory container or small bowl.
Triangular sake cups made in the image of the cups that were used by the generals of the Sengoku period. This simple form, which was born from traditional techniques, is an "Ohashi-Ryoki" masterpiece and winner of the 2011 Good Design Award.
A business of long standing operating since the Keiou era, "Fujimasa-Shuzo" is the closest sake brewery to Mt. Fuji.
Since its founding in 1866 (year 2nd of the Keiou era), "Fujimasa-Shuzo" has been making sake rooted at the foot of Mt. Fuji in the township of Fujinomiya, Shizuoka Prefecture.
We are committed to brewing sake with a new sensibility and dedication inherited from our predecessors but not bound by tradition.