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Tamura Shuzoujou

In the 5th year of Bunsei (1822), Kanjiro, the ninth head of the Tamura family, founded our sake brewery. The founder dug a well (subsoil water from the Chichibu-Okutama river bed) beside a large zelkova, and we still use water from this well in brewing. Another thing we hold on to is the teaching of the founder to his family - "Brew with care, sell with care".



Tamura Shuzoujou
626, Fussa, Fussa-shi, Tokyo 197-0011

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10 minutes' walk from JR Fussa station

Parking lots (passenger vehicles): Available (in and around the facility)
Parking fee for passenger vehicles: Free
Parking lots for tourist buses: Available (large and medium sizes) (in and around the facility)
Parking fee for tourist buses: Free


Admission fee Free
Working days and hours 8:00 - 17:00
Closings Sunday, National holidays
We are closed on Mondays except during the winter season.
Visitor capacity 10 or more
Time required for a tour 60 - 90min
Language Japanese only
Reservation Required
URL: http://www.seishu-kasen.com/kurakengaku


Tel: 042-551-0003