(Ayakiku Sake Brewing Co.)
3393-1, Yamadashimo, Ayagawacho, Kagawa Prefecture
The brewery offers Kunishige and other lines including Ayakiku.
When the first sake of the new brewing season comes around, the brewery puts out some special limited edition sake such as “muroka nama genshu,” unfiltered, unpasteurized, undiluted sake. It is sake strictly for sake aficionados. Ayakiku also produces shochu and various fruit liqueurs, including umeshu plum liqueur.
http://www.ayakiku.com/ (Japanese only)
Imamikadocho 30-1, Nara
Minamiichicho 23-1, Nara
Sanjohonmachi 8-1, Nara
Sanjosoegawacho 1-5, Nara
Tel & Fax: +81-742-93-3191
Nishiki Inokuma-cho, Inokuma-dori Shijo-agaru, Kyoto
There are Moritaya outlets in Kiyamachi and inside the JR Kyoto Isetan department store.
1-33, 2-jo 7-chome Nagayama, Asahikawa, Hokkaido
About 6 km from JR Asahikawa Station
19 km from Asahikawa Airport
Open except for year-end and New Year’s
Open 9 a.m.-5 p.m.
“Tokubetsu junmai otokoyama genshu” (1,560 yen for a 720-ml bottle) only available at the sake museum
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