A long-beloved
Hiroshima sake

MIYAKE HONTEN Co., Ltd.

Selling points



Bold, unconventional sake brewing

POINT1

Daring young brewers

  • Awarded 9 times at the Annual Japan Sake Awards


  • Young brewers with sophisticated technique


POINT2

Fulfill made-to-order requests

  • Can make sake, shochu, or liqueurs in sample or mass production


  • ISO 9001 certified, HACCP compliant


POINT3

Local ingredients

  • More than 90% Hiroshima rice


  • Made with 100% Haigamine subsoil water. Soft water results in smooth palate


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Executive Message


We are exploring how to protect our traditions and culture while coexisting with technological innovation. We operate under our basic principle of “harmony among people”, which we have cultivated since our founding more than 160 years ago.
Aiming for complete quality management, we are ISO9001 certified and HACCP compliant. We are focusing on helping our international customers learn about and enjoy Japanese sake.
President and CEO
三宅清嗣
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Company Overview


Founded 1856
Capital 35,000,000 yen
Headquarters 7-9-10 Hon-dori, Kure City, Hiroshima Prefecture
Business Summary Manufacture of sake for household and restaurant use
Notes Store product away from direct sunlight, heat, and humidity
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Editer's Message


Overlooking the Kure city stands a huge factory with brick chimney and it is said to have an over 150 years of history. While appreciating the tradition, the factory also challenges for new flavors of sake. It is making great contribution to showing the world of what the real sake is like. Looking forward to what it will do in the future.
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