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Noguchi Shuzōten in Fuchu, Tōkyō, has resumed sake production this spring after a 40-year hiatus. The brewery originally ceased brewing as the area became more urbanized, affecting the quality of water. The current seventh-generation owner revived onsite production with the help of a local...
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Hyogo Prefecture
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Sake brewery based in Asago. Under the philosophy that even a grain of rice has unlimited power, Tajime aims for co-existence and co-prosperity with the local Tajima community, using local rice and water while maintaining the traditions that have been handed down since the Genroku era.
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A blog on drinks and drinking in Japan.
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Sake Breweries to Visit - Discover Japan's finest sake and breweries
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An unofficial guide to Yamaguchi Prefecture and its nihonshu by Jim Rion.
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The official portal site for "Hokkaido Sake", operated by the Hokkaido Sake and Shochu Makers Association (北海道酒造組合).
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The official website of the Niigata Sake Brewers Association introduces sake breweries in Niigata Prefecture, events, information on sake, and efforts of sake brewers associations.
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Nagano Prefecture
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Located in Suzaka, Nagano Prefecture, the brewery was founded in 1864 for the local Suzaka clan and began to supply sake to the clan's head. Since then, from the second to the fifth generation, we have inherited the intention of the first brewer, Endo Tok
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Hiroshima Prefecture
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Kamotsuru Sake Brewery is located in Saijō, Higashihiroshima. Originally a soy sauce manufacturer, the business was later converted into a sake brewery. In 1873, Kimura Wahei (木村和平) named the brewery Kamotsuru (賀茂鶴). Kamo is the place name and another wor
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Yamanashi Prefecture
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The word "Taikan" (太冠) was used by military officers when celebrating their success. The name was given for the sake to mark festive occasions. Taikan Brewery was founded in 1877 and is located in the Southern Alps, a pristine and clean environment. It is
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Listing events related to sake (in Japanese).
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Yamagata Prefecture
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Wada Brewery was established in 1797 in Yachi, Kahoku-cho, Yamagata. It is mentioned in the Tokōshōninkan (東講商人鑑), a merchant book written in the Edo period. The registered trademark "Aratama" is said to denote a happy occasion. "Aratama" (あら玉) is a makur
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Yamanashi Prefecture
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Yamanashi Meijō Brewery is located in Hakushu-cho, Hokuto City in Yamanashi Prefecture. The brewery was founded in 1750 by Kitahara Ibei (北原伊兵衛), a descendant of the Kitahara family who had been brewing sake for generations in Shinshū (modern-day Nagano P
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Gifu Prefecture
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Tenryō Brewery is located in Gero City in Gifu Prefecture. It was founded in 1680 and is run as a family business to this day. The founder hailed from Omi-Hino (近江日野, modern-day Hino City in Shiga Prefecture) and was a vassal of Gamo Ujisato. He set up a
Hanaharu Sake Brewery is located in Aizuwakamatsu, Fukushima Prefecture, and was founded in 1718 by Miyamori Kyūemon (宮森久右衛門), a descendant of the Ōuchi clan (大内氏). Kyūemon established his sake brewery at the east gate of Tsuruga Castle and named the brew
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Miyagi Prefecture
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Tanaka Shuzōten (田中酒造店) is located in the Nakashinden area of the Kami District, Miyagi Prefecture, on a rich fertile plain, moistened with snow melting water from the Ōu Mountains (奥羽山脈), an area famous for its sake brewing. The brewery was founded by a
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Toyama Prefecture
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Ginban Brewery is located in Kurobe City, Toyama Prefecture, in a scenic natural environment overlooking the Kurobe Gorge in the Northern Alps. Sake brewing started in September 1897 in Ogyu Village (荻生), where sake had been produced since ancient times.
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Iwate Prefecture
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Nanbu Bijin Brewery is located in Ninohe City, Iwate Prefecture and was founded in 1902. At that time, the head of the local Kuji family operated a soy sauce brewery business. Kuji Sueta established the first sake brewery in Ninohe based on the same techn
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Tochigi Prefecture
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Morito Brewery (森戸酒造株式会社) is located in Higashiizumi, Yaita City, Tochigi Prefecture, an area blessed with clear and abundant underground water and a truly pristine environment. It was founded in 1874 and has been brewing sake under the brand name "Juichi
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