Drinking alone today. Masumi Junmai Ginjo TYPE-I
I went to Queen’s Isetan on a whim. I went to see if I could find anything that looked good.
Last time I drank something else, I remembered that Masumi is delicious, so I picked it up.
“TYPE-I”! It looks like a robot.
Masumi Junmai Ginjo TYPE-I
The bottle cap is a stylish cover type.
Opening the package
Today’s entrée is a moderately austere item from the convenience store
The aroma is sweet and fruity. The first sip is very mellow and easy to drink. The mouthfeel is gentle, and gradually the sweetness and aroma spread and the scent leaves the nose. It is a light and fragrant sake that will be popular among women. It can be served with sashimi or with other sweets such as Western sweets. Light ingredients are recommended.
If you feel that it may be a bit lacking for drinkers.
The alcohol content is moderate at 12 degrees. No wonder it’s so easy to drink.
What is the Mimigar
I can’t get enough of the mustard vinegar miso.
Mimigars are the parts of the pig’s ear that have a crunchy, cartilage-like texture.
It is rich in collagen and is expected to be effective for health and beauty.
It is a famous local food in Okinawa.
In Tokyo, you have to go to an Okinawan restaurant to eat it easily, but now you can get it at convenience stores.
They are crunchy and the taste of the ear itself is not very good, so they taste best when eaten with seasonings such as vinegared miso. The seasoning is up to you, so you can add mayonnaise if you like. The texture is similar to that of hard gum. If you come to Japan, you should definitely try it. Don’t think of them as ears, but as delicious meat.
Today, too, will pass peacefully.