Brewery's commitments to sake making
Supporting Ehime's breweries.
Ehime Prefecture comprises three regions: the Toyo region, developed from the east at the foot of Mt. Ishizuchi; the Chuyo region, centered on the prefectural capital Matsuyama City; and the Nanyo region, blessed by the Uwakai Sea with its rias coastline and the Seto Inland Sea. Each region has its own unique breweries with diverse customs and cultures.
Ehime local sake one-cup bottles 20x set
Our lineup includes Josen, Nigori-shu, Junmai Ginjo, Junmai Daiginjo, and Umeshu with plum seeds.
Flight of Ehime's fruit liqueurs.
Four types of liqueurs unique to Ehime, Japan's largest fruit-producing prefecture. Enjoy these fresh and fruity liqueurs as an aperitif, digestif, or desert.
The Tale of Ehime's Sake
Ehime has been a sake brewing region for 400 years. Its delicious sake has been brewed with the subterranean water of the Shikoku Mountains and the blessings of the Seto Inland Sea. Three regions, three flavors. Where there are good snacks, there is good sake. Ehime sake, masterpieces born through its light, atmosphere, water, and soil.
|Company name||Ehime Sake Brewers Association|
|Address||10-7 Dōgoyunomachi Matsuyama, Ehime 790-0842, Japan|
|Founded||January 08, 1969|