Introduction of Chiyomusubi Shuzo (Chiyomusubi Sake Brewery)

Chiyomusubi Brewery

Chiyomusubi Sake Brewery was founded and started brewing sake in Agarimichi town, Tottori Prefecture in the first year of Keio during the Edo period (1865). The word “CHIYOMUSUBI” means eternal ties with people. It also represents love between husband and wife, among parents and their children, brothers and sisters, and friendship among friends and neighbors. It is also a word for celebration. “Creation of happiness” is our management philosophy, which is for customers and other people involved with Chiyomusubi. We consider deliciousness in the first place when we make sake. A rich taste, gentle aroma and smoothness are our bases of deliciousness.

Surrounded by the great environment of our regional area in Tottori prefecture, by making fermented drinks like sake and shochu with safe and genuine ingredients, we want to contribute to the happiness of people all over the world.

Historic images of Chiyomusubi


Chiyomusubi’s essential ingredients

Brewing sake

Tottori prefecture is surrounded by abundant nature and is blessed with famous water and good quality rice. We appreciate the environment where the conditions for sake brewing are met, and we mainly prepare carefully selected local ingredients.

Best rice
The rice comes directly from rice farmers mostly in the Tottori prefecture. The main types used for our brewing are “Goriki”, “Yamadanishiki”, and “Gohyakumangoku”. We value the relationship with the farmers.

Goriki rice

“Goriki”(strong power) is the special sake rice cultivated only in Tottori prefecture where Chiyomusubi Sake Brewery is located. Cultivation of the rice had been stopped once because of its difficulty. Goriki’s cultivation revived in the 1980’s. Now, Goriki is cultivated only by specially registered farmers to preserve its purity. Sake made from Goriki has a very unique character, rich taste, gentle aroma, and performs well in aging. Chiyomusubi is proud of their sake made from Goriki.

Mountain water

Clear mountain water

The water used is the local natural water that is known to those in the know, which springs up in Daito-cho at the foot of the remote Chugoku Mountains. Every day in our brewing season, we go to the water spring in the depths of the mountains to get the water for sake brewing. It takes about 3 hours per round trip. The quality of the water is slightly soft, matching our flavours.


Chiyomusubi sake

"Chiyomusubi" has received numerous awards at sake contests and appraisals. Due to its mellow and profound taste, there are orders from Asia, the United States, and Europe, and it is beginning to be drunk in other countries. Following our company slogan, we wish you happiness and eternal ties with somebody by drinking our sake.

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