Meijyo Sake Brewery
Iwate Meijo, which was created by the merger of the two breweries in Iwate and Oshu, aims to be a community-based sake brewery. Oshu City is also famous for its high-class ingredients called Maesawa beef, and we pursue not only sake brewing using local sake rice and water, but also sake brewing that matches the local ingredients, and food that matches the characteristics of each ingredient. We are exploring medium sake.
Representative: Torihiko Oikawa
Address: 13 Maesawaku Sinmachi, Ousyushi, Iwate
Foundation (year) 1955
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Iwate Sake Breweries
Iwate Prefecture is located in the Tohoku region of Honshu. It borders Aomori Prefecture to the north, Akita Prefecture to the west and Miyagi Prefecture to the south. The prefecture is home to famous attractions such as Morioka Castle, the Buddhist temples of Hiraizuimi, the Fujiwara no Sato movie lot and theme park in Oshu, and the Tenshochi park in Kitakami known for its huge and ancient cherry trees. Iwate is rich in high-quality rice suitable for sake brewing and is blessed with clean water. Iwate’s delicious sake is born under the watchful eye of the high technology and warm heart cultivated in the traditions of Mr. Mori and the brewers.
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