Sake tour

Please feel free
to visit our brewery.

You can enjoy tasting sake free of charge at the Yumekura shop.

  • Tour length

    20 min

  • Reservation

    Not
    necessary

We display historic memorabilia (clothes, scrolls, jars, plates, tea pots, dolls) and sake paraphernalia.
Please enjoy the atmosphere of our brewery.

Cost free of charge
Days of operation every day except for 31st Dec. to 3rd Jan.
Hours of operation 9.00 to 16.00
Approximate tour length 20 minutes
Number of people from 1 person
Reservation No reservation necessary.
Please come to the Yumekura shop on the day.
※ For a group of 10 people or more, reservation is required at least 1 week prior to the tour date.
Contact: 0254-22-5150 (9.00~16.00)
Address

3-1-17, Suwa-cho, Shibata, Niigata, 957-0055

Notes ・It might not be running during busy periods.
・Please avoid drinking before the tour for safety reasons.
・Smoking is prohibited except for in the smoking area.

Premium tasting

※ Not currently implemented due to COVID-19 countermeasures.

  • Gin no Yorokobi
    Daiginjo
  • Yume
    Junmai daiginjo
  • Aumont
    Junmaiginjo namagenshu
Price 500 yen
Last admission 15.00

※ a group under 4 or less people
※ It might not be running during busy periods.
※ The menu can be changed without notice.

For a group of 10 people or more

Reservation is required at least 1 week prior to the tour date.

Please feel free to contact us and we will arrange your tour.
※ It may require time to organise your tour.

Reservation

Ichishima Sake Brewery Inc.
information or reservation (9.00~16.00).

TEL:0254-22-51500254-22-5150

・It might not be running during busy periods.
・Please avoid drinking before the tour for safety reasons.
・Smoking is prohibited except for in the smoking area.

Our facility

- Toji brewery -

We display antique sake paraphernalia such as
a steamed pot, barrels, fune(a large box made of wood), decanter, sake cups, jars, plates, tea pots etc.

- Ichishima museum -

We display historic memorabilia that originally belonged to Ichishima’s ancestors,
and marriage kimonos worn by ancestors. Also, the letters and documents written by the first owner, Hidematsu.

- “Yumekura” tasting corner -

You can taste 7-8 kinds of sake free of charge such as
very popular Daiginjo and also limited seasonal sake.
You can purchase our sake if you find any preference.