Browsing: Japan Brewery


Kiku-Masamune Sake Brewery

Kiku-Masamune Sake Brewery – Kobe, Japan Kiku-Masamune Sake Brewing was founded in 1659, when Japan was ruled by Ietsuna, the fourth Tokugawa shogun. Customers simply do…

Nanbu Bijin Sake Brewery

Nanbu Bijin Brewery Japanese Sake is an alcoholic drink made of fermented rice, koji and water. Nanbu Bijin uses the original sake rice, “Gin Ginga” and…

Suehiro Sake Brewery

Suehiro Sake Brewery – Fukushima, Japan Suehiro Sake Brewery in Aizu, Fukushima Prefecture, is one of the largest and most famous sake producers in the Tohoku…

Kishu no Umeshu Sake Brewery

Kishu no Umeshu Sake Brewery – Wakayama, Japan Nakano BC Our company started with a soy-source brewing business in 1932. And then we have produced…

Toyonoaki Sake Brewery

Toyonoaki Brewery Yoneda Sake Brewery was founded in 1896 by Kingoro Yoneda, and it still stands in that location in Matsue City’s Higashi-hon-machi. We here at…

Gassan Sake Brewery

Gassan Sake Brewery – Shimane, Japan Yoshida Sake Brewery Yoshida Sake Brewery started as a sake brewery in 1743 in Hirose clan in the eastern part…

Sakuragao Sake Brewery

Sakuragao Sake Brewery – Iwate, Japan About 95% of the rice used by Sakuragao Sake Brewery is grown in Iwate Prefecture. Originally, Iwate Prefecture had no…

Ninki-Ichi Sake Brewery

Ninki-Ichi Sake Brewery – Fukushima, Japan Sake brewing has historically changed with the times. When therewere rice shortages just after the war, sake yields were tripled…

Mitsutake Sake Brewery

Mitsutake Shuzoio Sake Brewery – Saga, Japan Our corporate philosophy is “Tradition and Challenge”. We have continuously applied the traditional method of sake production but, at…

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