Kiseki no Osake created
by owner-brewer

Kikuchi Sake Brewing Co., Ltd.

Selling points



High-quality small-batch sake

POINT1

The owner brews the sake himself

  • Aromatic, smooth premium sake


  • Recipient of multiple awards in Sake Competition, IWC (International Wine Challenge)


POINT2

Made with local sake rice

  • Made with Omachi, Yamada-nishiki, and Kiseki no Okome rice from Okayama Prefecture


POINT3

Kiseki no Osake is made from rice grown using natural cultivation method

  • Manufactures label made from 100% rice grown using pesticide- and fertilizer-free natural cultivation method


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Recommended products


Product1

Sanzen Junmai Daiginjo (40 Migaki)

  • Made with 100% Yamada-nishiki local sake rice from Okayama Prefecture. 40% rice polishing ratio

  • Fruity aroma with mellow sweetness and full body. Brewery's flagship product

  • Gold Medal, Sake Competition, IWC (International Wine Challenge) 2017

720 ml bottle
Suggested retail price: 3,000 yen + tax
(in Japan)
Product2

Sanzen Tokubetsu Junmai Omachi

  • Made with 100% Omachi local sake rice from Okayama Prefecture. 65% rice polishing ratio

  • Broad umami flavor with clean taste

  • A classic dinner pairing that delights the palate throughout your meal. Major export product

720 ml bottle
Suggested retail price: 1,250 yen + tax
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Product3

Kimurashiki Kiseki No Osake Junmai Ginjo Omachi

  • Made with 100% Omachi rice grown using natural cultivation without fertilizers or pesticides. 55% rice polishing ratio

  • Rich, mellow aroma and well-rounded sweetness

720 ml bottle
Suggested retail price: 1,700 yen + tax
(in Japan)
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Executive Message


While we are a small sake brewery, our owner and master brewer creates sake with the highest commitment to raw materials. We receive feedback from a wide range of customers in Japan and around the world in order to create sake that satisfies people's needs. We recommend savoring our carefully hand-brewed sake with a leisurely meal.
President and CEO
菊池 東
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Company Overview


Founded 1878
Capital 10,000,000 yen
Headquarters 1212 Agasaki, Tamashima, Kurashiki City, Okayama Prefecture
Business Summary Manufacture of sake for household and restaurant use
Notes Store product away from direct sunlight, heat, and humidity. Refrigerate after opening.
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Editer's Message


Throughout the historical city, the strong presence of the sake brewery is significant. "Pure rice daiginjo", which was made through father-son cooperation, is very fruity and filled with their passion.
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