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Tsuki no Shizuku
Good Medium Hard Water from a Sacred Mountain
Date:22, Nov, 2012
Investigated and Written by Misaka Youhei
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Although it is for convenience, you have lately divided Japanese water roughly into three. Under its hardness 100, it is soft water. From 101 to 300, it is medium hard water, also called moderately hard water. Over 301, it becomes hard water. Feeling regret, we omit calculation formula of hardness because you use different formulas by country and by case.


Tsuki no Shizuku

Ca: 48 mg
Mg: 13 mg
K: 2.3 mg
Na: 57 mg
Hardness: 173
pH: 7.2
Sterilized by U.H.T.
  Volume: 2 liter
Price: 840 yen (tax in.)


Next, we are telling you each special quality. What is soft water? It makes you feel very comfortable drinking and is fit for cooking. However, the soft water hardly includes mineral.

In contrast, hard water is tough to have and is unsuitable for your cookery although it is fit for supplying mineral since including a lot.

Medium hard water means the middle, rightly. Using for cooking, you don’t feel very discordant. Also, it is quite useful for supplying mineral. Right now, we are taking up a kind of Japanese medium hard water, Tsuki no Shizuku. It is clearly mineral water though it sounds like a name of some popular song in Japan.

Mt. Koyasan is a famous mountain in Wakayama, as a sacred field connected with Saint Kobo. At the foot, they take two kinds of the water, which go by Kinsui and Ginsui, meaning Gold water and Silver water. Blending the two, they produce Tsuki no Shizuku.

To supply mineral of deficiency easily, it is the just water, you know. You can nicely use Tsuki no Shizuku for your cookery and making coffee or tea.



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