SATSUMA SHUZO

Satsuma Shuzo Co., LTD.

26 Tategami honmachi Makurazaki-shi Kagoshima Japan TEL:81 993-(72)-1231  Contact

AMABUKI SHUZO

Amabuki Shuzo Co., LTD.

2894 Higashio, Miyaki-cho, Miyaki-gun, Saga, Japan  849-0113

TEL 0942-89-2001 FAX 0942-89-3450 info@amabuki.co.jp

天吹酒造合資会社
〒849-0113 佐賀県三養基郡みやき町東尾2894
TEL 0942-89-2001 FAX 0942-89-3450 info@amabuki.co.jp

HAKKAISAN–HAKKAISAN BREWERY

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Hakkaisan Brewery Co., LTD 1051 Nagamori, Minami-Uonuma, Niigata, Japan

NANBU BIJIN–NANBU BIJIN BREWERY

d90_akita_tokyo2009_09_105NANBU BIJIN SAKE BREWERY CO., LTD.

http://www.nanbubijin.co.jp

13 Kamimachi Fukuoka Nihohe-Shi Iwate Prefectre 028-6101
TEL +81 195-23-3133 FAX +81 195-23-4713
〒028-610 岩手県二戸市福岡字上町13 TEL 0195-23-3133 FAX 0195-23-471

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TENGUMAI–SHATA SHUZO

p1030813SHATA SAKE BREWERY CO., LTD.
60-1 Bomaru-machi Hakusan-shi Ishikawa Prefecture 924-0823
TEL +81 76-275-1165 E-mail: shata@tengumai.co.jpp1030806

DAISHICHI–DAISHICHI SAKE BREWERY

daishichi3DAISHICHI SAKE BREWERY CO., LTD.

http://english.daishichi.com

1-66 Takeda Nihonmatsu-shi Fukushima Prefecture 964-0902
TEL +81 243-23-0007 FAX +81 243-23-0008 E-mail:info@daishichi.com
Nihonmatsu-shi, Fukushima Prefecture. Mt. Adatara provides a setting of breathtaking natural beauty. At its foot is a rich supply of water from sources such as the Well of Sunshine (Hikage no Ido), one of Japan’s three most famous wells. According to tradition, three brothers from the Ohta family, of the Seiwa Genji line, came to Nihonmatsu from old Ise Province during the Kan’ei period (1624-1643). They each took up brewing, eventually becoming the area’s top merchants. Saburobe Yoshishige during the Meiwa era, and Chozaemon Toyoharu of the Murakami Genji line during the An’ei era, greatly bolstered the family fortunes. Saburoemon, son of Yoshishige began another family branch, establishing the current Daishichi Sake Brewery in 1752. From the third generation, Shichiemon was used as the family name, assumed by each head of the family in turn. From that time through to the present 10th generation, the family has focused exclusively on brewing sake. Called “Ohyama” sake in the early days, the name was later changed to “Daishichi”, incorporating elements of the name Shichiemon. During the time of the 8th Shichiemon, the brewery won the prestigious National Refined Sake Competition, and established its reputation as Japan’s leader in the traditional kimoto brewing method, now rare in Japan. More recently, Daishichi has earned high praise in the US and Europe.p1040028p1040007

DASSAI–ASAHI SHUZO BREWERY

p1030421ASAHI SAKE BREWERY CO., LTD.
2167-4 Osogoe Shuto-machi Iwakuni-shi Yamaguchi Prefecture 742-0422
TEL +81 827-86-0120 FAX 81 827-86-0071
〒742-0422 山口県岩国市周東町獺越2167-4
TEL(0827)86-0120 FAX(0827)86-0071p1040267