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Izumibashi

Established in Ebinagochi in 1857, during the Edo period, Izumibashi is located in the heart of one of the main rice-growing areas of Kanagawa Prefecture. Its privileged position, on the alluvial plain of the Sagami River, gives it access not only to the land essential for rice cultivation, but also to the exceptional quality of the water coming from the Tanzawa mountain range. As one of only a handful of breweries, Izumibashi itself grows the rice used in sake production, ensuring total control of the process from A to Z. Its emblem, the Akatonbo, featured on all its labels, symbolizes a dragonfly flying over the rice paddies. Water from the Tanzawa mountains, rich in minerals, gives the sakes produced exceptional clarity and a pronounced umami flavour.


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