Someba-cho of Masuda city where we operate is a quiet residential area, neighboring to a popular tourist destination with Ikouji temple in it where Sesshu, a master painter, had served as the fifth head priest. We are striving to brew sake which enhance the taste of the meal, utilizing our local specialty.
5-7 Someba-cho, Masuda-shi Shimane 698-0011
A junmai-shu, brewed with Koshihikari grown by the Takatsu river headwaters
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Muyono-yo Special junmai-shu
A special junmai-shu, brewed with Gohyakuman-goku grown by the Takatsu river headwaters.
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