The three basic elements of sake brewing are considered to be water, rice and brewing techniques. We use an abundant amount of subsoil water that gushes out in our garden. Chishaku yosui, one of the Selected 100 Best Waters of Japan, flows just 100 meters away from our brewery. As its Japanese name suggests, Chishaku yosui has been well conserved by local people. The number of sake breweries with a long history in this area proves that water from Chishaku yosui is suitable for sake brewing. This area has 15 registered tangible cultural properties of Japan, including sake breweries.


129, sakuramachi, Yokkaichi City, Mie 512-1211 Japan

Kintetsu Sakura station: 5 minutes walk(Kintestu Yunoyama-Line)


Admission fee Free
Working days and hours Monday to Friday between 9am and 5PM
Closings Saturday, Sunday, public holidays, 29st Dec. to 3rd Jan.
Visitor capacity 1 to 20
Time required for a tour 1 hour
Language Japanese only
Reservation Required
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Other conditions An interpreter must be arranged by the visitor.
Photography is allowed in limited areas.


Tel: 059-326-2105