Exhibiting proof of safety and security. The product factory Sake-Kobo Seseragi offers tours.
Sake-Kobo Seseragi is an HACCP-compatible product factory built on the concept of safety and security. It has the Chugoku Region's first sake brewing plant tour route where the entire process of making finished products can be seen at a glance from the passageway, from filling the sake, to labeling and boxing. The tour also features hands-on experience of Sempuku history in the Seseragi Hall.
Sempuku's quality assurance policy is a devotion to "Quality First" to provide the quality needed to obtain the customers' trust and satisfaction. With every employee conscious of "100% Customer Satisfaction", in November 2001 we obtained ISO9001 certification. Every day, we are committed to quality control.
7-9-10 Hondori, Kure City, Hiroshima 737-0045
Phone: +81-823-22-1029 (weekdays),
+81-823-22-3838 (weekends and national holidays - direct line to Miyakeya Shōten)
Gallery Miyakeya Shōten is Sempuku's antennae shop that was built as part of the 150th anniversary celebrations. The combined shop and gallery is filled with retro exhibits from the Showa Era (1926 ~ 1989) and sells original goods and sweets in addition to Sempuku sakes. There is also a tasting corner where you can enjoy the different flavors of Daiginjo (Japanese sake made from highly polished rice with additional brewing), Junmaishu (Japanese sake made from polished rice), and at time, newly brewed sake.
7-7-1 Hondori, Kure City, Hiroshima 737-0045
The present Gohōgura is the second generation and was completed in 2001 as a Ginjo brewery with great respect to sanitation and the environment. It is an honorable brewery that has received gold medals at the National New Sake Awards over consecutive years.
Build in 1988, this environment and labor friendly brewery is a golden award winner with a capacity of producing up to 18,000 liters of sake per day. 80% of our leading Sempuku brand is brewed here.