Mark is a commitment to rice

This sake brewery started in 1717 in Saigo, Nada as the side business of a rice shop with the ※ mark. For 300 years since its inception, Sawanotsuru has followed its tradition of "making the most of rice, choosing the best rice, being particular about rice."

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A relieved relief on a busy weekday night

With a delicious meal for a luxurious holiday

For a family holiday dinner

It is 300 years with rice. From now on.

Sawanotsuru's 6 Commitments

The tradition that inherited successively throughout 300 years and the playfulness for new innovation is the secret of the deliciousness of sake of Sawanotsuru.

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In Sawanotsuru, there is a research meeting for sake of cooking and sake, and the color of myself and sake
I am studying how it can be connected.

Sawanotsuru
from now on
Toward 300 Years

Products of Sawanotsuru

In 2017, Sawanotsuru celebrates its 300th anniversary. As a brewer of Nada, a place famous for sake, its sake is sold throughout Japan, but Sawanotsuru's sake is one of those that "seems to be available, but is surprisingly hard to find." The reason for this is that we do not seek to produce large quantities or sell at a discount, but rather continue to follow traditional brewing methods using quality ingredients.
We cherish sake culture that attracts attention as a "new sake" from the world while continuing to make sake that every day's meal will be more delicious. Please expect from Sawanotsuru 's future .

Sawanotsuru Museum

"Sake brewery of old times" In order to tell the history of sake brewing to the present age, the old brewery store was released as a museum unchanged in November 1978.
It is the closest sake museum to Shin-Kobe Station, Kobe Airport, and Sannomiya, the center of Kobe, and is well known by many people.