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[Matsuyama City, Ehime Prefecture] If you want to enjoy delicious gourmet food and drinks after visiting Dogo Onsen, go to “Dogo Bakusyukan”

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After soaking in the hot springs, you definitely want to enjoy some delicious gourmet food and drinks! We would like to introduce you to the gourmet food and drinks at "Dogo Bakusyukan", which is located right across from the main building of Dogo Onsen. Moisten your dry throat after a hot spring wi...

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What would you like to enjoy after a hot spring?

Dogo Onsen in Matsuyama City, Ehime Prefecture. As the oldest hot spring in Japan, it is loved by many people and is visited by many people from all over the country.

After soaking in a hot spring, you want to enjoy delicious gourmet food and drinks. It would be great if you could sip a cold beer to quench your dry throat after coming out of a hot spring.

In times like these, we recommend "Dogo Bakusyukan".

Located right across from the Dogo Onsen main building, you can arrive warmed up in the hot springs without having to wake up.

A store with an unpretentious atmosphere where you can feel free to stop by wearing a yukata.

This is a directly managed store of Minakuchi Sake Brewery, a brewery that has been producing sake in Dogo for over 120 years.

Ehime's seasonal flavors, freshly brewed beer, and sake delivered directly from the brewery await you.

If you come to Dogo Beer Museum, be sure to try it! Here are some recommendations

First of all, beer! "Dogo Beer"

First of all, beer. Soothe your dry throat after taking a bath with a refreshing Dogo beer delivered directly from the brewery.

This Dogo beer was born as a local beer in Dogo Onsen and is drunk after taking a bath. Craft beer is popular all over Japan, but Dogo Beer's specialty is that it is a local beer with an emphasis on refreshingness and smoothness, with the idea of ​​``quenching your dry throat after taking a bath.''

You can choose from four types of Dogo beer according to your preference. From left: ``Kölsch'', ``Alto'', ``Stout'', and ``Weizen''. Each beer is named after a person connected to Dogo.

Matsuyama City, where Dogo is located, is also called the ``City of Literature,'' and the sights of Natsume Soseki's novel ``Botchan'' and Masaoka Shiki's haiku book in one hand and drinking alcohol make it look like a literary town. That's right. Please try all four types and find your favorite.

Customize your unique drinks to suit your tastes

Of course, we also have sake and shochu sent directly from Minakuchi Sake Brewery.

Sake ``Nikitazu'' and ``Dogo Kura Sake.''

There are many different types, all of which are named after places or people in Dogo, Matsuyama, or Ehime.

This is Dogo Shochu .

Just by looking at the label, you can feel that these sakes are full of uniqueness.

``Dogo Gin'' and ``Dogo Limoncello'' will make you feel a little more stylish. We also have ``Dogo Ale,'' which uses delicious citrus fruits from Ehime.

Also, for those who don't like alcohol, we also have ``Dogo Cider'' and orange juice .

Let's all toast with our favorite drinks!

Iyo specialties and delicious food

Once you have decided on beer or your favorite drink, next is the food menu. Let's try delicious food, a specialty of Iyo (former name of Ehime Prefecture).

``Jaco-ten with beer yeast and octopus wakame kamaboko.''

"Jakoten" is a specialty product made in the coastal area of ​​the Nanyo region of Ehime Prefecture, and is also a local dish of Ehime. It is characterized by the texture of minced local fish that is fried in oil and has a little bit of leftover fish left over. It is a perfect accompaniment to beer and alcohol, and in Ehime Prefecture, it often appears on the home table as an ingredient in udon, oden, or stir-fried vegetables. At Dogo Beer Museum, you can also try Jako-katsu, an evolved form of Jako-ten.

``Senzanki (deep-fried chicken)'' .

``Senzanki'' is a local dish from the Toyo region of Ehime Prefecture, where chicken dishes are popular. Originally, it was a fried dish made with bone-in meat from various parts of chicken. Deep-fried chicken marinated in soy sauce, cooking wine, ginger, and garlic pickle, then deep-fried in oil until golden brown. With its crispy, fried texture and rich flavor, it goes well with beer and alcohol.

``Iyo young chicken skin grill'' .

This is also a bird dish that is often eaten in the Toyo region of Ehime Prefecture. Crispy grilled chicken skin with sweet sauce and cabbage. After all, it's a taste that goes well with beer and alcohol.

``Uwajima sea bream rice'' .

This is a local dish representative of Uwajima, a region in the Nanyo region of Ehime Prefecture. Sea bream sashimi is mixed with a sauce made with egg yolk and served over rice. In Uwajima, a fishing town, Uwajima taimeshi is said to have originated when fishermen ate it while drinking on their boats after fishing. It is a gourmet dish that can only be found in areas where delicious sea bream can be caught.

So far, we have listed a variety of delicious dishes that can only be found in Ehime Prefecture, but this is only a small part of the menu.

Ehime Prefecture, where Dogo is located, has a mild climate surrounded by the Seto Inland Sea. It is especially famous for its mandarin oranges, which are grown in the sunlight and the sea breeze of the Seto Inland Sea, but it is also a land that is full of delicious flavors from the sea, mountains, and countryside.

If you are unsure about what to eat, please feel free to ask the staff at the restaurant.

We are waiting for you at "Dogo Bakusyukan"

Did you find any alcohol or gourmet food you're interested in?

After warming up your body by soaking in Dogo Onsen, fill your mind and body with delicious drinks and food at "Dogo Bakusyukan", as well as Dogo hospitality!

Dogo Bakusyukan

Address: 20-13 Dogo Yunocho, Matsuyama City, Ehime Prefecture 790-0842

Phone number: 089-945-6866

Business hours: 11:00-22:00

Regular holidays: Open all year round


*This article is information as of January 2024. Product contents and prices may change.

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Founded in 1895, this is the only sake brewery in the Dogo area. Located a 5-minute walk from the main building of Dogo Onsen, this sake brewery has grown together with Dogo Onsen. In addition to the sake ``Nikitazu,'' we also manufacture and sell a variety of other alcoholic beverages, including ``Dogo Beer,'' which has become popular after hot water, craft gin ``Dogo Gin,'' ``Dogo Shochu,'' and liqueurs. Our top priority is to bring back good memories of Dogo with everyone who visits Dogo, and we will connect "people to people" and "people to things" through alcohol.

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