- Company Profile
- 117 Azahachimorishita, Jōnai, Yashima-machi, Yurihonjo-shi
- 2 minute walk from Yashima Station (Chokai Sanroku Line)
- Factory Opening Hours
- Operating Days (Mon-Fri): 9:00-12:00, 13:00-16:00 ※For weekends and company holidays, reservations required at least one week in advance
- Contact Information
- Reservations required. Tours are free.
※ For sanitation reasons, visitors are asked to wear a hair cap when touring our brewing facilities, which are 50 per person.
[Application] Please contact us by phone at 0184-55-3165 or by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org to inform us of your group size, desired tour time, and person of contact. Please reserve at least a week in advance.
◎ If you have any other requests, we will do our best to accommodate you.
Founded in 1830 (Bunsei 13).
It is said that when you drink Tenju’s sake, you’ll breathe a sigh of relief.
With our gratitude to our customers in mind, we continue to brew our relaxing sake. We’ve been established at the foot of Tohoku’s magnificent Mt. Chokai for over 180 years. We fixate on brewing our sake with local production methods, take masterful advantage of our climate and clear water, and together with the historical Tenju Brewer’s Rice Research Association, cultivate the rice we use until we are satisfied with its quality. But above all else, we protect and preserve the traditional skills of our brewers, as well as the history of our sake brand.
Aiming to brew the best sake in our home town, we set up the “Tenju Brewer’s Rice Research Association”, which was the first group in Akita Prefecture to ever erect a contract with local farmers. We go as far as we can to obsess over the quality of our sake—that’s our process.
Tenju Daiginjo, Junmaiginjo Chokaisan, etc.