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FUKUMITSUYA

The history of Fukumitsuya Sake Brewery starts in the Edo period in 1625. With the highest level of craftsmanship and traditional family secret recipe, the brewery has enjoyed a reputation as one of the finest sake breweries in the area. Today, without leaving the tradition behind, we are evolving into a sake brewery of the future.

Artisan Sake
Sake is a product of nature, and we believe that human should play a supporting role in bringing out the highest quality sakes possible through a natural fermentation process. Toji, head sake brewer, and Kurabito, brewery workers, always respect Mother Nature, and improve what nature has provided in sake making. Our brewers are committed to making pure Junmai sake.

Blessed Water
Hyakunensui, one-hundred-year-old water in English and water used to brew our sakes, begins as rain and snow falling at the foot of the Mt. Hakusan. This water spends at least 100 years slowly filtering through deep underground. It then reaches the well of our brewery, blessed with minerals that are necessary for fermentation. We thank the wonder of nature every day.                                                                    
Premium Sake Rice
In order to make the finest sakes, we need the finest sake rice. Since 1960, we have cooperated with sake-rice farmers to produce great sake rice to brew our sakes. Under strict quality control, Yamada Nishiki, the highest quality sake rice available today, is produced in Hyogo, Kimmon Nishiki in Nagano, Gohyakumangoku in Toyama and Fukunohana in Hyogo.

Our Junmai sakes are rich in rice flavors and leave pleasant after-taste, and also make a great accompany with dishes. This is the taste we have been pursuing. Our mission is to provide great sakes to give our customers unforgettable sake experience, and we spare no effort to achieve a high level of customer satisfaction. We also continue to challenge consumer needs that have changed over time...

 

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