This brewery's main company building was destroyed during the 2011 Tohoku earthquake, while the waters thankfully stopped a few meters short of their sake brewing facilities. With their fermenting mash untouched, they resumed brewing the next day, encouraged by their community to contribute to the recovery effort. Today, they continue to produce sake that celebrates Kesennuma’s resources and complements the local cuisine.
Member since Jun 14, 2021
Uy Nathan Earl Crescini
It was a fun and enjoyable experience. Not only do you get to learn about how sake is made in the brewery but you also get to learn about how they grow oysters in the oyster farm.
Sake in the Sea: Immersive Sake Storage Voyage in Kesennuma
from ¥ 35,000 per guest - 4.5 hours