Sake to Suit Sendai’s Iconic Gyutan: Korezeppin Tanabata Bottle
This is Heisei no Sendai-Shirō.
Among Japanese, “Sendai” means “gyutan” (cow tongue), and “gyutan” means “Sendai”.
It’s an icon among icons, deliciously roasted on a soft warm bed of barley and rice.
And to wash it down? There’s nothing better:
It was first introduced in September 2009.
It’s a dry, clear palate-cleansing sake that matches perfectly with the rich flavor of Sendai’s guytan.
In smiles, the guytan-loving governor gave his thoughts:
“Made with the clear water and delicious rice of Kami Town, it’ll be good with anything—but of course nothing beats guytan.
“I’m looking forward to giving it a try!”
Korezeppin is exclusively sold at Sendai Gyutan Promotion Committee member outlets.
While you’re giving gyutan a try while enjoying the Tanabata decorations at your next Sendai visit, pick up a bottle of Korezeppin to enjoy too!