OBATA Sake Brewery
Brewery's commitments to sake making
- Sake brewing with the harmony of the four treasu
- Our motto is "Shi-ho-wa-jo," which means making sake by harmonizing the 4 treasures that are "rice," "water," "brewers" and terroir of its hometown, "Sado."
History and culture of the brewery
- Strive to brew well-balanced sake that conveys the terroir of Sado
- We strive to produce well-balanced sake that expresses the Sado terroir. Since our establishment in 1892, we have been a small sake brewer making handcrafted sake, yet we are now exporting to 15 countries, including the U.S., and have received international awards.
Manotsuru Sado-Yamada Nishiki Junmai Dai GinjoDaiginjo brewed from Yamada Nishiki cultivated on Sado Island, where Japanese crested ibises can be found.
Sake (Manotsuru) and Manotsuru specially-made apron setA set of carefully selected sake and an apron from the Obata sake brewery.
Sake (Manotsuru) and Manotsuru tote bag (Crested Ibis) setA set of carefully selected sake and a tote bag from the Obata sake brewery.
Sake (Manotsuru) and Manotsuru tote bag (Sado) setA set of carefully selected sake and a tote bag from the Obata sake brewery.
Sado is an island in the Sea of Japan, well known as the habitat of the Japanese crested ibis. The pastoral landscape with the Japanese crested ibis (Toki) is a must-see place for tourists. In addition, Sado gold mine, which is seeking to be registered as a World Heritage Site, is a historic place.
- About the ingredients
- Rice farmers of this island engage in sustainable farming by cultivating rice under a low-pesticide and low-chemical fertilizer environment according to the standard of "Living with Toki Certified Rice," in order to protect this natural environment.
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|Company name||OBATA Sake Brewery|
|Address||449 Manoshinmachi, Sado City, Niigata|