This sake’s beautiful name comes from “Hama” for beach, “Fuku” for good fortune, and “Tsuru” for Crane. Uses 55% Omachi rice, the oldest heirloom variety of sake rice. This unique blending of rice gives this Daiginjo layers and layers of flavor. Brewed using Omachi (55%) and blend of Yamada Nishiki & other local varieties (45%) polished to 50%. Bold but smooth with aromas of ripe green melon and apples, highly aromatic with rich Umami undertones. The palate is rich and mouth filling.