Fushimi is blessed with abundant water and is second largest producing sake area. Have you ever tasted Fushimi sake from the bottom of your heart, even if you know it? Once again, it reminds us of the depth of sake, the softness of water, and the strength of Fushimi's sake brewers and brewers. Such a stylish space was born in Fushimi.
To make a bottle of sake(1800cc), 14,400cc of water is required to make liquor. The groundwater flowing through Fushimi is so rich in high-quality groundwater that it was once written as "Fushimi" (the Chinese characters for "mi" of "Fushi-mi" means water). The clear water that has passed through the "Momoyama Spirit" becomes a water vein and springs up near the foot of the mountain. "Yawaragi-Mizu" is for this delicious water that you drink between sake. It is also recommended to drink it so that you can enjoy the delicate taste of each glass and the aroma that spreads in your mouth and comes out of your nose.
Do you know? In Kyoto, the "Sake Cheers Ordinance" has been enacted ahead
of the rest of the country.
A unique Japanese sake that has been refined with its supple sensibility and excellent technology in its long history. Heal yourself, connect your ties, and get drunk with Japanese sake. By all means, tonight, "Cheers!"
*Japanese syllabary order
*This is a link to the Fushimi Sake Brewery Association's sake brewery / brewery introduction page.
*The link destination is Japanese.
At the 23m long counter you can enjoy Japanese sake from 18 different breweries of the Fushimi Sake Brewers Association. Although it changes depending on the season, there are always more than 120 brands available. You can order from a small glass of about 70 ml per glass, so please enjoy various brands until you find your favorite sake.
A completely different genre of restaurants await you in the same space, such as authentic Japanese food at "O-ryori Kitsuya" and "Ramen Monsen", you can enjoy charcoal-grilled food at "Fushimi 89 chome shokudo", Hakata's specialty dishes at "Fushimi Yakitetsu", Kushikatsu and Oden at "Kyomachi Chaya", Okonomiyaki at "Jussen", a variety of a la carte dishes at "BAR BANA" and sushi at "Daichan".
You can order Japanese sake and food from every restaurant without having to move from seat to seat, using the "Delivery Menu", which is available at each table. Those who want to sit down and drink inat one place can also taste the authentic dishes that each specialty restaurant offers. (Please enjoy izakaya-hopping for sake and dishes that are not listed inon the "Delivery Menu" and can only be enjoyed at the original restaurants).
There is also an event space on the large site, where each brewery holds a fair once or twice a month, and where various events, such as live performances of shamisen and guitar are held. For the latest information, please check the "Fushimi Sake Village Blog"
For those who want to try all the brands from the most popular breweries, we recommend the "Kikisake Set". Brands from 18 breweries have been selected by our KIKISAKESHI (sake sommelier).The selection is based on the order of drinking and temperature changes.
You may come across a very rare "Maboroshi sake" that can only be drunk here. Feel free to ask our Japanese sake staff for help. All sake bottles are beautiful in both form and label. When we serve it, we will pour the sake from the bottle in front of you so that you can admire it too.
Fushimi Sake Village
|Adless location||115-2 Nayamachi, Fushimi-ku, Kyoto 612-8057-82-2 Hirano-cho, Fushimi-ku, Kyoto|
|telephone number||075-601-2430 *Reservations and banquets are e accepted by phone.|
|Opening hour||11:00-22:00 *Varies depending on some stores and days of the week.
Please check opening hours, date and time on the Fushimi Sake Village Blog
|Normally closed||Tuesday *We will inform you about the year-end. We will inform you separately about the year-end and New Year holidays.|