The Nada area in Hyogo Prefecture is the best sake production region in Japan. Come and acquaint yourself with the history and culture of sake, and enjoy the sake experience only in Nada.
“Hakutsuru” – a brand name not only for sake (nihonshu) but for a wide range of other products including umeshu, liquors for cooking, wine, shochu and even cosmetic care products.View Brewery
Hamafukutsuru started as a brewery in the early Meiji period (around 1900). Brewery builded as a museum to display the entire sake-making process.View Brewery
This sake brewery museum with a long-established brand displays a large number of exhibits, most of which are designated as Important Tangible Folk Cultural Properties of Japan.View Brewery
Here at Kobe Shu-Shin-Kan, you will learn about the history of great sake Fukuju and the brewery’s insistency to produce great sake.View Brewery
Founded in 1625, Sakurmasamune is a well-known sake brewery with a history of nearly 400 years.View Brewery
Sawanotsuru, a long-established sake brewery celebrated its 300th anniversary last year. By continuing to use traditional sake brewing methods and fine raw materials without pursuing volume and low prices.View Brewery
Detailed explanations on sake including the answer to a basic question “What is Japanese sake?” as well as characteristics of sakes produced in Nada