Kamotsuru, Fukubijin, and Taketsuru! 12 Sake Brewery Tours in Hiroshima!

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Sake restaurant Hiroshima is full of delicious sake. Visit sake breweries and find your favorite sake.

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1. Asahiho Sake Brewery Co., Ltd. (Hiroshima City)

Kabe Kaido is dotted with quaint Japanese houses. This sake brewery was founded in 1865 and is located along the road.

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2. Kamotsuru Sake Brewery Co., Ltd. (Higashihiroshima City)

This brewery has adopted advanced rice polishing techniques since the Meiji period and became a pioneer in Daiginjo sake brewing.

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3. Hakubotan Sake Brewery Co., Ltd. (Higashihiroshima City)

This brewery has one of the oldest histories in Hiroshima Prefecture. It is said that the name ``White Peony'' comes from the family crest of the Takatsukasa family, one of Kyoto's five feudal lords.

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4. Kirei Sake Brewery Co., Ltd. (Higashihiroshima City)

As the saying goes, ``turtles live forever'', the name was given in hopes of longevity and prosperity. It is known for its refreshing and dry sake.

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5. Sanyo Tsuru Sake Brewery Co., Ltd. (Higashihiroshima City)

It is characterized by a smooth and refreshing flavor that is a blend of sweet, sour, spicy, bitter and bitter.

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6. Fukubijin Sake Brewery Co., Ltd. (Higashihiroshima City)

It was founded in 1917 with volunteer funding from sake brewers from all over the country. In addition to sake brewing, the school was designated as a training institution for sake brewing engineers and was called the Saijo Sake Brewing School.

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7. Kamoizumi Sake Brewery Co., Ltd. (Higashihiroshima City)

Founded in 1912, we were one of the first in Japan to start producing Junmai sake made only from rice and rice koji after the war.

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8. Fujii Sake Brewery Co., Ltd. (Takehara City)

The Sake Brewery Exchange Center is a renovated corner of a sake brewery built at the end of the Edo period, and its thick pillars and beams on the ceiling testify to over 150 years of tradition.

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9. Taketsuru Sake Brewery Co., Ltd. (Takehara City)

Taketsuru Sake Brewery is the birthplace of Masataka Taketsuru, the founder of Nikka Whiskey and known as the ``Father of Japanese Whiskey.''

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10. Kametaro Okamoto Main Store (Fukuyama City)

Okamoto Kametaro Honten is a brewer of Japanese liqueurs, Homeishu and Honmirin.

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11. Miwa Sake Brewery Co., Ltd. (Jinseki Kogen Town)

Located at an altitude of 500 meters in the Chugoku Mountains, the sake brewery is cool in the summer, and temperatures often drop below -5℃ during the winter when sake is produced. The environment is suitable for sake brewing.

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12. Kitamura Brewery (Shobara City)

This sake brewery is located in Tojo-cho, the brewing village of Shobara City. Founded in the Tenpo era.

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Hiroshima Prefecture is not just about the world heritage sites of Miyajima and the Atomic Bomb Dome. Hiroshima is full of delicious food! Okonomiyaki, which is synonymous with Hiroshima, fresh seafood such as oysters, octopus, sea bream, and conger eel, Onomichi ramen, which is now nationwide, Hiroshima beef, which is highly regarded for its high meat quality, handmade soba, lemons and oranges, which are the largest producers in Japan.・Abundant food resources such as grapes are unique to Hiroshima. Many events unique to the region are also held, such as the sea festival, kagura, and Mibu flower rice planting. Cycling, trekking, skiing and snowboarding on the Shimanami Kaido will keep you active. Miyajima, which is registered as a World Heritage Site, and the Atomic Bomb Dome are not the only attractions, and there are many ways to enjoy it.

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