Ibaraki Tokumasamune Sake Brewery
With a history of 165 years, Tokumasamune are located in Sakai-machi, Sarushima-gun, Ibaraki prefecture. Sakaimachi faces Sekijuku Town (now Noda City) in Chiba Prefecture across the Tone River, and has flourished as a key transportation area since the Muromachi era, taking advantage of the blessed water of the Tone River basin. It is said that the sake "Sakune Tokumasu" was named after "Sake virtue when there is entertainment, and when it is promoted, it is supplemented with it.
Multiple Award Winning Sake Brewery
◎ 2018 award list
"National Sake Contest 2018" Gold Medal "Yamazuku Junmai Hagiwara" "Junmai Tokumasune Mune Miyama Nishiki" "Toku Masamune Junmai Sake Old Sake"
"12th International Salmon Challenge 2018" Silver Award "Yamazuku Junmai Hagiwara" "Junmai Tokumasune Miyama Nishiki"
Winner of the 2018 American Sake Appreciation (America) Silver Award “Toku Masamune Daiginjo” “Junmai Ginjo Hagiwara”
"2017 Sake Brewing Year 99th Nanbu Self Brewed Sake Review Committee" Honorable sake "Toku Masamune Daiginjo"
"Delicious Sake Award 2018 in Wine Glass" Main Category Gold Award "Junmai Sake Sakai Riverside"
Received second prize for "Sake Friendship Grand Prix" and "Junmai Ginjo SPARKLING SAKE SHIRO" for the second consecutive year
"International Wine Challenge 2018" Winner "Junmai Ginjo Tokumasamune Miyama Nishiki" "Ginjo Hagiwara"
◎ 2017 Award List
KURA MASTER Platinum category platinum prize winner "Pure rice Ginjo brewery"
Sake friend Grand Prix innovation section second prize Grand Prix "Jyunmai Ginjo SPARKLING SAKE SHIRO"
◎ 2016 Award List
The 87th Kanto Shin-Etsu Taxation Bureau Liquor Appraisal Award Ginjo Sake Division Excellence Award
LONDON SAKE CHALLENGE 2016 Gold Award
LONDON SAKE CHALLENGE 2016 Silver Award
International SAKE Challenge 2016 Junmai Daiginjo category silver award
Won the first prize at the International SAKE Challenge 2016 Daiginjo / Ginjo Division Gold Award
Won the Liquor Contest 2016 Premier Category Gold Award
Received the 2015 New Sake Appraisal Gold Award
Heisei 27 brewing year Mr. Nanbu Morino self-brewed sake appraisal committee Ginjo department prize award