The original scenery of sake brewing

Sake brewing
original scenery

environment water rice

Nobunaga's Kitchen, Owari Tsushima

Owari Tsushima was once a port town called "Tsushima Minato."
It flourished as a base for water transportation,
As Oda Nobunaga's kitchen, Kyoto's food culture was introduced early on to this vibrant commercial city.
A traditional sake created in a land steeped in history.


The gift of beautiful Kiso Mikawa

The Kiso River flows from the vast Nobi Plain to Ise Bay.
``Gazan'' and ``Sansou'' are born from the underground water of this beautiful clear stream.
The gift of the Kiso River, which has abundant minerals from the rich blessings of nature,
It creates the taste of famous sake.


"Yamada Nishiki from Hyogo Prefecture Special A District"

Yamada Nishiki, the king of sake rice, has a large white core and transforms into fragrant and beautiful sake each time it is polished.
Known as the best in pursuit of mellow sake brewing without any unpleasant tastes.
The luxury of using 100% Yamada Nishiki from Hyogo Prefecture's Special Area A is the specialty of Gazan and Sansou.