Miyasaka Brewing Co., Ltd.

Motomachi 1-16, 392-8686 Suwa-shi
Japan

Telephone +81 266 526161
Fax +81 266 534477
keith-norum@masumi.co.jp

This company is co-exhibitor of
Messe Düsseldorf Japan Ltd.

Hall map

ProWein 2018 hall map (Hall 9): stand A47

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ProWein 2018 fairground map: Hall 9

Contact

Keith Norum

International Sales

Dominique Grandemenge

International Marketing Advisor

Susanne Rost-Aoki

Importer for Germany

Our range of products

Product categories

  • 01  Wines (according to cultivable areas)
  • 01.07  OTHER WINES
  • 01.07.10  Sake

Our products

Product category: Sake

Masumi Sanka

Mountain Flower
Fresh and fragrant, Sanka conjures images of an alpine meadow in spring. Notes of peach & banana in the aroma, elegant and subtle with intriguing hints of aniseed.
Pairing suggestions
white-meat fish & shellfish, chicken, salads, light pasta, green herbs

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Product category: Sake

Masumi Nanago

Number Seven
Brewed in the yamahai style using Masumi's own yeast Number 7, Nanago has a mild fragrance and a full-bodied flavor with well-balanced acidity and a clean finish.
Pairing suggestions
sashimi & fresh greens, dark meat grills and sauces, aged cheeses like Conte and Beaufort

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Product category: Sake

Masumi Karakuchi Kiippon

Dry Original
One of the central pillars of the Masumi brand. A subtle astringency and fragrance reminiscent of young Fuji apples produce a distinctly masculine feel.
Pairing suggestions
dark meat fish, vegetables, astringent elements like asparagus & artichoke

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About us

Company details

The Miyasaka family has been brewing Masumi brand sake since 1662. 
The Masumi brewery is located in the Japan Alps of Nagano, at nearly 1000m in elevation. Using pure mountain water and local rice, Masumi sake is famous for its gold-medal quality. The brewery is also famous as the birthplace of Yeast Number Seven, which continues to be the most widely-used sake yeast in the world.

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Company data

Number of employees

50-99

Foundation

1662