Pineapple wine from Okinawa
Pineapple wine from Okinawa
Pineapple wine from Okinawa
Pineapple wine from Okinawa
Pineapple wine from Okinawa
Pineapple wine from Okinawa

Pineapple wine from Okinawa

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A unique, fragrant, yet moderately sweet pineapple wine.

Perfect for Chinese New Year.

As it's wine made from quality Ishigaki pineapple, it has a beautiful golden color.

The taste is refreshing and easy to drink and delicious when chilled.

It goes well with fish dishes and is also recommended with cider on hot days.


It is a white wine liquor carefully brewed from pineapples from Ishigaki Island, Okinawa.

Made in temperature-controlled vats after fermentation of pineapple juice.

The result is a fruit wine with a mellow aroma of soft, dry, strong pineapple.

Popular Pineapple from Ishigaki Island, Okinawa

The pineapple from Ishigaki Island, Okinawa Prefecture, has long been grown on Ishigaki Island and is popular kind in Japan.

It is characterized by its heavy weight and round shape.

Its variety is rich in juice and has a perfect balance of sweetness, sourness, and aroma.

The best wine for Chinese New Year!

- Pineapple symbolizes prosperity -

It's said that pineapple symbolizes prosperity.
This is because in the local hokkien dialect, pineapple is called "onglai," and it directly translates to "prosperity comes" in English.

With the lucky meaning, this is definitely an alcohol that you need to have during your Chinese New Year celebration!


Story of Yaesen Brewery

The combination of traditional methods such as straight distillation, which has been handed down on the island since ancient times, and the industry's pioneering practice of storing sake in Western-style casks for a long period of time, is one of the characteristics of the Yaesen Brewery, a fusion of tradition and innovation.

They are working on the development of new products and the production of Awamori made from rice harvested on Ishigaki Island, Habu-shu made from the red habu (habu) that lives on the island, and wine, vinegar, and liqueur that utilize our fermentation technology, all of which are unique to Ishigaki Island, Okinawa.

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