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Yuki Sake Brewery結城酒造株式会社

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Sake Brewery

A sake brewery established in the Edo period located a 10-minute walk from the north exit of JR Yuki Station. The brewery building was originally built in the Ansei era; this and the large brick chimney added on in the Meiji period are designated a National Tangible Cultural Property. Visitors can enjoy food along with Fukufuku, a traditional and renowned sake which has been brewed since the Edo period, served at various temperatures. Yuiyui, another of the brewery's famous sakes, is decorated with a design created by a local calligrapher depicting a thread ring surrounding the character for good fortune. Made with underground water from the Kinugawa River system, this sake is characterized by its mild flavor.

place

Ibaraki Pref. Yukishi Yuki 1589 (JosoArea)

phone 0296333344

Review of Yuki Sake Brewery

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Reviewed:2018/05/11 女性杜氏、美智子様が醸す絶品の日本酒!
結城市木町交差点近くにあり、井戸水を使った昔ながらの製法でお酒を造っている[結城酒造]さんになります。好適米「山田錦」を自家栽培して仕込んだ大吟醸酒『富久福』が、平成14年の全国新酒鑑評会で金賞を受賞しました。酒蔵は江戸時代に建てられたもので老舗の趣があり、常時見学できます(要予約)。
Reviewed:2017/10/06 風情のある酒屋
結城で神社仏閣めぐりをしていて、こちらにも立ち寄りました。漆喰の壁、煙突もとても風情のある古い造り酒屋です。城下町の結城の街並みによくあった素敵な景色でした。
Reviewed:2016/10/09 木の塀とレンガの煙突が歴史を感じる
結城の古い街並みの西のつきあたりにある造り酒屋。木製の塀と瓦葺きの大屋根、レンガ造りの煙突が歴史を感じさせます。レンガの煙突は裏手にある弘経寺の参道からよく見ることができます。案内板によれば、江戸末期の安政6年1859年から酒造業を始め、煉瓦の煙突は明治36年に建てられたものとのこと。

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Address
Ibaraki Pref. Yukishi Yuki 1589 [ map ]
Area
JosoArea
Phone
0296333344

Information Sources:  NAVITIME JAPAN

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