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Miyaizumi Meijo Co., Ltd.

A museum detailing the history of sake-making in Aizu (the Aizu Shuzo Rekishi-kan) stands next to the brewery. Exhibits feature historical sake-making tools, documents, and local Aizu treasures which have been handed down through the years. A tour of the building where the ingredients used in the brewing process are prepared is also available. In winter (from December to March), you can see firsthand how they prepare ingredients for the brewing process.

Information

Location
8-7 Higashisakae-Machi, Aizuwakamatsu City, Fukushima Pref.
Contact
Miyaizumi Meijo Co., Ltd.
TEL: +81-242-27-0031
FAX: +81-242-27-0032
E-mail: aizumiya@mwnet.or.jp
Website
http://www.miyaizumi.co.jp
Hours
8:30-17:30
Closed
Sunday and National Holidays
Parking
Available
Typical Brands
Miyaizumi, Sharaku, Genbu
Tours
Brewery tours are available.
Hours: 9:00〜16:30(Last admission: 16:00)
Closed: Open 7 days a week
TEL: +81-242-26-0031
FAX: +81-242-28-0038
Tours are conducted in Japanese, but pamphlets are available in English, Korean, and Chinese.
Typical Brands
Miyaizumi, Sharaku, Genbu
Tours
Brewery tours are available.
Hours: 9:00〜16:30(Last admission: 16:00)
Closed: Open 7 days a week
TEL: +81-242-26-0031
FAX: +81-242-28-0038
Tours are conducted in Japanese, but pamphlets are available in English, Korean, and Chinese.
The time required
20min.
Features of Sake
The sake is stored in temperature-controlled rooms.
The cold storage helps to maintain a high quality.
This is a local brand of sake which makes full use of the flavor and sweetness of rice.
Access
By car:
Approx. 15 min from Aizuwakamatsu exit.
Approx. 20 min from Bandai-Kawahigashi exit
Approx. 1 hour and 30 min from Fukushima Airport

By taxi:
Approx. 10 min from Aizuwakamatsu Station

By bus:
Approx. 20 min from Aizuwakamatsu Station
※get off at "Kita-demaru Odori" stop

Access Map

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