In 2012 we opened a standing bar in Shimbashi, Tokyo as an antennae shop.
To enhance the goodness of Sempuku, the bar offers snacks that are particular to Hiroshima, such as gansu (breaded ground whitefish), jako-ten (fried fish paste), and oysters. Patrons can also learn the proper way to drink Japanese sake.
2-9-17 Shimbashi, Minato-ku, Tokyo 105-0004
Ippuku is a mobile café run by a sake brewer that opened for service in April 2013. It participates mostly in hometown Kure events but also ventures out to events held in other parts of Hiroshima Prefecture. The menu offers Sempuku sake of couse, as well as drinks and snacks for children and those who are not keen on alcoholic beverages.
Enjoy a happy time at Ippuku-an (Ippuku Café).