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Awa-shinsui
Natural Aerated Water from Fukushima
Date:11, Mar, 2015
Investigated and Written by Misaka Youhei
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Awa-shinsui

Ca: 1.4 mg
K: 0.3 mg
Mg: 0.53 mg
Na: 1.5 mg
pH: 5
Hardness: 57
Price: 150 JPN + tax (500 ml)
Anyway, let me here introduce “Awa-shinsui,” it is natural aerated water from Fukushima. First, I have to tell you what carbonated water means on our health, do not I?

Most of aerated water products are acid, and then, some said drinking them makes our teeth rotten away. I do not deny the dangerousness, but they say it happens in a case that you constantly drink sugared one like Cola. In natural carbonated water, of course non-sugar, there is little of the riskiness.

It is considered you all have belched after drinking aerated water. They say you’d better not have one when you often feel backward flow of stomach acids. Moreover, it is reported carbonated water makes recovery delay when you are affected with stomach ulcer.

Well, let us get back to the main subject. “Awa-shinsui” had sold as “Taiyo-sui” (Water of the Sun) in 1877. The water is extremely pure and clear. Being loved by everyone, it was regarded as sacred water. In Meiji era, not inside, they exported abroad, it is said.


Onumagun in Fukushima is the sampling place, where is also called fairies’ home. It is full of nature, as making us feel mysterious atmosphere. Not just the natural water, we can take the beautiful air.

Drinking gives us kind of carbonic acid on tongue. That spreads within a mouth at once and then, gets off in a blink. It means “Awa-shinsui” leaves a pretty pleasant aftertaste.


Reference

・Name: Harves Co., Ltd.
・Address: 9-21-14 Tokiwa, Urakawa Ward, Saitama City, Saitama 330-0061 Japan
・Telephone: +81-48-824-2821
・Established in 1988
・Official Site: http://www.harves.co.jp/en/





 

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