Ichinokura was established in 1973 from four historical sake breweries in Miyagi Prefecture. Ichinokura values the harmonious coexistence of humans and nature and aims to preserve tradition, satisfy customers, and promote the local community.
While carefully maintaining traditional methods and producing high-quality, hand-crafted sake, Ichinokura is also actively developing products that use brewing and fermentation technologies. They developed "Himezen," sake with low alcohol content, and "Suzune," a sparkling sake, to create a new market for this traditional Japanese beverage.
- Miyagi PrefectureOsaki-shi14 Aza Okeyaki, Sengoku, Matsuyama
- Opening Times
- Weekends and holidays
- 30 minutes from Furukawa Interchange and Taiwa Interchange (Tohoku Expressway)
Get off at Matsuyamamachi Station (JR Tohoku Main Line) → 10 minutes by taxi from Matsuyamamachi Station (40 minutes from Sendai Station to Matsuyamamachi Station) *Taxis from Matsuyamamachi Station must be reserved in advance.
- Car Park
- 10 spaces
- Official Website
- Tours available (reservations required)
Sake tasting available