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Author page: Kyra Sualibio

Nanbu Bijin – (Tohoku)

Founded 1902 The head Kuji family lived at Ichinohe, in Ninohe city, Iwate, Japan and engaged in a soy sauce brewery business. Mr. Sueta Kuji, the first brewery was established in Ninohe city and he made Japanese Sake, based on technologies of soy sauce brewery. The first production volume of sake was estimated about 7.5kg.…

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Yonetsuru:Ippin – (Tohoku)

Mission of Yonetsuru Contribute to the richness of food through the development, manufacture and sale of sake, shochu and related products. Focusing on Niijuku, Takahata-cho, Higashiokitama-gun, Yamagata Prefecture, which is the birthplace of rice cranes, we contribute to the happy lives of people involved with rice cranes. Origin of the brand “Yonezuru” The…

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Hakkaisan – (Chubu)

Hakkaisan’s Philosophy There are three main points that make up Hakkaisan Sake Brewery’s Philosophy. Dignity Brings out the essence of good material with every possible effort One thing you could say to make good Sake is to use high quality materials – Water and Rice. Hakkaisan uses “Spring water from Raiden” for all brands of…

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Miyasaka:Masumi – (Chubu)

Brewed by the Miyasaka family since 1662 There were mountain highs and valley lows, but honestly some of the valleys were long during our 360 years of brewing. Nevertheless, each generation of the brewing family loved what they did, and so it is today, too. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x3sXod_Loow Connecting people with high-quality, food-friendly sake. Gathering around a…

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Yaegaki – (Kansai)

The Story Behind the Name “Yaegaki” The name “Yaegaki” (八重垣) can be broken down into three characters: 八=eight, 重=layered or overlapping, 垣=fence or wall. This word was taken from the very first poem of the ancient Kojiki (古事記, literally “Records of Ancient Matters”), the oldest extant chronicle of Japanese history. This famous poem records the…

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Choya – (Kansai)

Communicating the Spirit of Japan Daily life in Japan is given colour and beauty by the country's four distinct seasons. The beginning of summer brings with it the rainy season, which leaves the fruit of the ume trees ripe and rich with organic acids. Umeshu and umeboshi, dried ume fruit, are the result of this natural…

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Umenoyado – (Kansai)

What is Umenoyado Brewery? Our foundation is based on 120 years of experience. As the monument in Shoryaku-ji Temple states “the origin of Sake”, Nara is known for a birthplace of Sake. Umenoyado was born in 1893 at the bottom of Katsuragi mountain.We have been protecting our small-quantity yet high quality local products over 120…

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