Since its foundation in 1752, the Daishichi Sake Brewery has been hand-crafting superb sake in the most natural and traditional way, called the “Kimoto method.” Daishichi is located in the historical
Iwamura Brewery was founded in 1787 in Iwamura, in Ena District, Gifu Prefecture. It was then that the Watarai family began producing sake, which would be sent yearly as a tribute to Iwamura Castle.
Mission Statement Kiku-Masamune is dedicated to contributing to people's emotional and physical health by providing delicious Japanese sake products that complement Japanese cuisine. Corporate
Sake is special, like wine it is often served with and enhances the flavor of foods. However unlike wine it is brewed, and yet it is not like beer. It can be enjoyed alone or with an endless variety
About Toko Toko —————— East on Yonezawa Castle, Sake of rising sun Toko has been operated since 1597, the Azuchi Momoyama period. Our sake is brewed in Kojima Sohonten which later became the purveyor
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