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Four Fox Saké

Cold. Fresh. Pure.

In Japanese mythology, Inari Okami is the god of Rice, Saké, Swordsmiths and Foxes. The fox spirits of Inari were entrusted to guard the Torii gates, only allowing the purest of spirits to pass. Four Fox Saké represents this purity and perfection.

The highest official designation for saké is Junmai Daiginjo. Junmai represents the ultimate in purity – only water, rice and koji are used. Daiginjo signifies that at least half of every grain of rice is milled away, painstakingly removing impurities.

The bottle is a tribute to Inari Okami. The crest reveals our four foxes guarding the Torii gate with snowfall overhead and rice fields at their feet. The swords, elegantly embossed in the profile, pay homage to the ancient swordsmiths to whom Inari was god. The chrome finish, combined with the wooden cap, suggests a modern take on an ancient classic.

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Four Fox Saké

Cold. Fresh. Pure.

To create the perfect drink, Four Fox started with the perfect ingredients. The purest water comes from snow. This led them to Tsunan, Niigata – an area that boasts a greater annual snowfall than Oslo or Moscow.

Four Fox Saké is best served straight up - well chilled, or on the rocks.