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 Yoneda Sake Brewery are deeply committed to providing our customers with the best sake possible. Our ideal sake is one that, as it touches your tongue, first provides you with a delicate sweetness which expands to the rich flavor and full aroma of our sake as you enjoy a full sip, then leaves you with a refreshing aftertaste. Simply put, our sake brings out the natural flavor of the rice used to brew it.
Our Passion for Local Sake
Just what is “local sake?” It is sake that uses ingredients produced in the area where it is being brewed. At Yoneda Sake Brewery, we use as much locally grown rice as possible, as well as delicious local spring water, and all of our products are brewed by head brewers from around Shimane.
Our Passion for Quality Rice
More than 80% of the rice we use for brewing sake is grown right here in Shimane Prefecture. In particular, our Pure Rice Premium Brew “All Matsue” is brewed using only organically fertilized rice grown by local contracted farmers.
Our Passion for Quality Water
We use naturally occurring spring water from a soft water spring that we found on a mountain near the Tamatsukuri Hot Springs area west of central Matsue after an extensive search. Soft water is best suited to sake brewing, and this spring helps us make delicious sake for you, the customer.
Toyonoaki Sake Products on BtoTree.comvisit www.btotree.com website
In 1875, Kameyoshi Kondo started brewing sake in Omama-machi, Gunma Prefecture using subterranean water from Mount Akagi. Since then we have brewed only dry sake.
The water from the base of Mount Akagi is best fitted for refreshing and dry sake. Today speaking of dry sake, many people in Gunma Prefecture would mention about Akagisan. Being instructed by Iwate Nanbu Toji, we try to make refreshing and sharp sake.
We export our sake to the USA, Australia, Taiwan and Singapore now. We are proud of our history and tradition of sake-brewing and will continue to brew sake which make many people pleased.