Marumoto Shuzo

Sake

Founded in 1867 by the Marumoto family, the brewery is built not far from the small town of Asakuchi in western Okayama.

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Marumoto Shuzo - Chikurin

Founded in 1867 by the Marumoto family, the brewery is built not far from the small town of Asakuchi in western Okayama.

Nestled in the heart of an unspoiled nature reserve in Okayama Prefecture, it has its own rice fields where it grows Yamada Nishiki, the noblest variety of sake rice in Japan.

Marumoto Shuzo's ambition is to become an agricultural sake brewery and thus be able to master the production of its own rice grown according to Japanese organic standards, to the brewing of sake resulting in a range of organic sakes.

In addition to these organic sakes, the brewery produces a wide range of sakes, the most famous of which is Chikurin, which takes its name from the temple under which the water table that supplies the brewery with water for brewing is located.

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