酒造組合

Itami Brewers Association

  • Visits are availableVisits are available
  • Facilities for viewing are available/ Has a direct sales storeFacilities for viewing are available/
    Has a direct sales store
  • Sake tasting is providedSake tasting is provided
  • PurchasablePurchasable

Walking down a path not taken. KONISHI BREWING CO.,LTD.

  • Facilities for viewing are available/ Has a direct sales store
  • Purchasable

SHIRAYUKI-SAKE

Junmai / dry

With our mission of "creating flavors and happiness in earnest," we are the company that we are today because of our customers in Itami, a city known as the birthplace of sake. Established in 1550, we endeavor to be the company that encourages people to lead a happy and fulfilling life through wining and dining.

  • Address2-13 Higashiarioka, Itami
  • Telephone072-775-0524
  • Business hours9:00~17:00

Renowned as premium sake brewed for the Shogun to drink Itami Oimatsu Brewing Co.,Ltd.

  • Facilities for viewing are available/ Has a direct sales store
  • Sake tasting is provided
  • Purchasable

Gomenshu Oimatsu

Special Honjozo
/ dry

In 1697, twenty-four major sake shops in Itami were granted permission to hold a sword on the waist and designated to serve sake for the Edo Shogunate. These shops were respected and differentiated from the rest, and their sake were called "Gomen-shu". It is told that not even a drop of sake was allowed to be sold in town until "Gomen-shu" was delivered to the Shogunate. "Oimatsu" was the most prestigious among them, especially renowned for brewing sake for the Imperial family and the Shogun.

  • Address3-1-8 Chuo, Itami
  • Telephone072-782-2470
  • Business hours9:30~19:00

"Hanagoromo" - local sake of the Genji's hometown of Inagawa Kawabeshuzo

  • Purchasable

INA NO TSUYU

Junmai / dry

Our sake brewery was established in the An'ei period (1772-1781) and brews a local sake brand called "Hanagoromo" through traditional methods. We have dedicated ourselves to make sake for over two hundred years, and will continue to be committed in brewing classic flavors of our hometown through maintaining and further heightening our product quality, to make sake that people would love.

  • Address9-2 Kizu-minamikakiuchi, Kawabegun Inagawacho
  • Telephone072-768-0003
  • Business hours9:00~17:00

"Chidori Masamune" - sake with full-bodied flavor brewed by the owner himself as the head brewer. OKAMURASHUZOJO

  • Sake tasting is provided
  • Purchasable

CHIDORI MASAMUNE

Genshu (undiluted)
/ dry

Established in 1889. We are located in the outskirts of Sanda City, surrounded by nature and nostalgic landscapes with rice paddies, not the new housing development that once recorded the highest population increase. Brewed with care by our owner and tōji (master sake brewer), our sake boasts a full-bodied flavor.

  • Address340 Kozuki, Sanda
  • Telephone079-569-0004
  • Business hours8:30~19:00

SHIRAYUKI BREWERY VILLAGE CHOJUGURA

Our sake brewery with a history of two hundred years is equipped with a beer brewery, museum, restaurant, and brewery shop. Our hometown of Itami is known as the birthplace of sake. We hope to satisfy our customers' curiosity and desire for "education, play, food, and leisure" through our beer and sake.

  • Address3-4-15 Chuo, Itami
  • Telephone072-773-0524
  • Business hours10:00~19:00
  • Closed2nd Tuesdays, Year-end and New Year's

Admission: Free

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Itami Oimatsu Brewing Co.,Ltd.

In 1697, twenty-four major sake shops in Itami were granted permission to hold a sword on the waist and designated to serve sake for the Edo Shogunate. These shops were respected and differentiated from the rest, and their sake were called "Gomen-shu". It is told that not even a drop of sake was allowed to be sold in town until "Gomen-shu" was delivered to the Shogunate. "Oimatsu" was the most prestigious among them, especially renowned for brewing sake for the Imperial family and the Shogun.

  • Address3-1-8 Chuo, Itami
  • Telephone072-782-2470
  • Business hours9:30~19:00
  • ClosedHolidays

Admission: Free

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