Izumibashi Sake Brewery
Brewery's commitments to sake making
- Sake brewing starts with rice cultivation
- We are committed to growing sake rice locally. We carefully prepare sake from reliable rice that has grown healthy and full of the blessings of the sun and the earth.
History and culture of the brewery
- A Cultivating Brewery" - from the rice paddy to the table
- We are one of the few sake breweries in the country that start with agriculture, we call ourselves "a cultivating brewery," and we are engaged in integrated production. In addition to rice cultivation, rice milling, and sake brewing, the brewery also offers sake tours and sake pairings with local ingredients at its directly managed restaurants to provide a total "sake experience" from the rice paddy to the table.
Izumibashi Sake Brewery Small Bottle SetTry casually in small sizes
Izumibashi Megumi Blue Label Junmai Ginjo SakeMild aroma and dry taste
Izumibashi Junmai Daiginjo 50 Dragonfly LabelRich aroma and gentle sweetness
Izumibashi Dragonfly 2015Deep flavor that evokes years of maturity
Izumibashi Dragonfly SparklingSparkling nigori sake with clean sweetness and crispness
Izumibashi Kimoto Kuro Tonbo Junmai SakeThe depth of traditional sake mash with a light, matured flavor.
Izumibashi Megumi Ebina Kochi Junmai SakeVery dry with a nice sharp taste.
Complete SetThe complete set includes each sets to be offered throughout the year the project will last.
Rice + Sake Project Sake SetIt has a slightly floral touch with a gentle ginjo aroma and a sweet flavor that goes great with a meal.
[Summer] Natsu Yago Sake Comparison SetUnique for the powerful volume of its raw sake.
[Autumn] Sakamai Sake Comparison SetThis set allows you to compare Izumibashi Brewery's primary sake rice varieties.
[Winter] Sake production method comparison setIzumibashi Brewery will provide a set of sakes made using different methods to compare.
Rice + Sake Project - Original Sake RefillIt has a slightly floral touch with a gentle ginjo aroma and a sweet flavor that goes great with a meal.
It is a sake brewery you can casually visit.
About an hour from Shinjuku, Shibuya, and Tokyo, this accessible sake brewery can be easily visited on a leisurely half-day excursion for adults.
Preserving the traditions of a venerable grain-growing region
The Ebina area, located on the fertile alluvial plain of the Sagami River, has been a historic grain-growing region since ancient times. A short distance away from the bustling center of Ebina Station, you will find a nostalgic landscape of rice paddies. Izumibashi's rice is grown there and brewed using the mineral-rich underground water of the Tanzawa mountain range.
See Company Information
|Company name||Izumibashi Sake Brewery Co., Ltd.|
|Address||5-5-1 Shimoimaizumi, Ebina City, Kanagawa Prefecture|