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Liquor Store Spots in Tochigi Area

  • Tonoike Shuzo
    16 Reviews
    Travel / Tourism
    Tochigi Pref. Hagagunmashikomachi Hanawa 333-1
    This brewery produces an array of choice sake and received a gold medal at the Annual Japan Sake Awards for its Sanran-daiginjo brew. Their facility tour is popular with tourists, where the brewer explains its history in detail. Come learn about the tradition and techniques of sake production. A gift shop on the grounds sells choice brews and cosmetics made with sake. Enjoy coffee brewed with the same water used for the sake, sweets with sake lees, a sake tasting set, and more at their café.

    Tonoike's sake has won many awards, it is very historical and traditional place in a beautiful Mashiko city which is nice rural area for those who need to take a hideaway to countryside. We learned a...

  • Daiichi Shuzou Kaika
    Tochigi Sano-shi Tajimacho 488
    At more than 330 years old, this sake brewery founded in 1673 is the oldest sake brewery in the prefecture. It has earned eleven Gold Awards in 20 years at the Japan Sake Awards, indicating its highly technical prowess. Their Kaika sake is made with clean and pure water selected as one of Japan’s 100 best waters and rice planted and harvested by brewery employees on its own rice paddies. It is one of the three most famous sakes of Kanto.
  • Shimazaki Shuzo
    15 Reviews
    Tochigi Nasukarasuyama-shi Chuo 1-11-18
    This sake brewery was established in 1849 by its founder Shimazaki Hikobe. It works hard every day with a single goal of making great sake. The brewery offers tours of its sake cave, which was originally an underground tank factory built at the end of the World War II. It also offers sake-making experiences. Each program requires a reservation. Some of the brewery’s popular sakes include Azumarikishi, Uroko, and Kiwamishizuku.

    自宅から1時かからないのですが初めまして行きました。東力士の大吟醸(辛口)を私が試飲して父にプレゼントしました。ほどよい辛口で口当たりが滑らかで呑みやすく、美味しいです。ついでにクリームチーズの酒粕漬けも購入。一口食べた瞬間ふわっと清酒(東力士)がほのかに香り、さらにチーズの濃厚さとコクが凄くワインではなく日本酒が欲しくなります。インパクト強いです。 英語版⬇ I did not take...

  • Katayama Shuzo
    Tochigi Nikko-shi Segawa 146-2
    This sake brewery uses water from the Sake no Izumi, which has a nearly-religious following amongst sake connoisseurs thanks to its reputation for producing great sake. Known for its association with legends about the Buddhist monk Kukai, the aptly-named “spring of sake” is counted amongst the Three Miraculous Waters of Nikko. The brewery also pays great attention to the rice and yeast it uses. It is also notable for its use of the Sase-style straining, a time-consuming technique that forgoes the use of presses but ensures that the flavor of the rice remains in the sake. The brewery also offers tours to groups of up to 30. Large groups should call ahead of time.
    Tochigi Sano-shi Koenacho 2058 Sano Premium Outlets 1000 section
  • Yamaya Oyama Ekihigashi
    Tochigi Oyama-shi Ekihigashi Dori 2-26-14
  • Yamaya Tsuruta
    Tochigi Utsunomiya-shi Tsurutamachi 228-1
  • Yamaya Utsunomiya
    Tochigi Utsunomiya-shi Motoimaizumi 3-4-131F
  • Yamaya Sano
    Tochigi Sano-shi Takahagicho 1330-3
  • Yamaya Shintochigi
    Tochigi Tochigi-shi Showacho 2-20
  • Yamaya Nishinasuno
    Tochigi Nasushiobara-shi Nishi Mishima 2-156-11
  • Yodogawa Liquor Store
    Tochigi Utsunomiya-shi Mutsumicho 6-7
  • Shima Taya Main Store
    Tochigi Kanuma-shi Nishi Moro 3-58-1
  • Puchi shop maruya
    Tochigi Pref. Shimotsugagunnogimachi Marubayashi 623-4
  • St.Cousair. Winery Nasu Garden Outlet
    Tochigi Nasushiobara-shi Shionosaki 184-7

Tochigi Main Areas


Most visits to Tochigi revolve around Nikko, a small city home to the spectacular, lavishly decorated Toshogu Shrine and Nikko National Park with its mountains, lakes, waterfalls, onsen, and wild monkeys. Neighboring Oku-Nikko is an extension of the fantastic scenery famous for its autumn leaves, while Tochigi’s capital, Utsunomiya, is the only place in the world where you can find oya stone beautifully exhibited in temples and the Oya History Museum.

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