Enjoy local sake and wine with Hiroshima gourmet food


Introducing sake from Hiroshima “Saijo”, one of the top three sake capital in Japan, along with “Nada” in Hyogo and “Fushimi” in Kyoto. In addition, we will introduce wineries in Miyoshi City and Sera-cho, which are known as wine producing areas located in the Yamanami area of the northeastern part of the prefecture.

Visit Hiroshima's local sake capital “Saijo”

Sakagura Street in Saijo, Higashi hiroshima
Sake brewery street with impressive white walls
Sake festival

Unique liquor stores gather on Sakagura-dori!

Saijo's sake brewery street is marked by red bricks chimneys. There are dotted sake breweries with a beautiful contrast between white plaster and black walls. Some sake breweries are open on Saturdays, Sundays, and holidays, so feel free to stop by! Also, every October, there is a “Sake Festival” where you can enjoy local sake collected from all over the country.

Taste fine “Miyoshi wine” and “Sera wine”!

Hiroshima Miyoshi Winery
Sera Winery
Noble rot wine (tertiary wine)

Winemaking with a focus on locally grown grapes

Grape cultivation is thriving in “Miyoshi City” located in the northern part of Hiroshima prefecture and “Sera-cho” located in the eastern part of Hiroshima prefecture, and winemaking using those grapes is also being worked on, and breweries, sales offices, restaurants, etc. are lined up. “Hiroshima Miyoshi Winery” and “Sera Winery” are maintained.

Product introduction



Sake breweries are scattered throughout Hiroshima, including Saijo, which is said to be one of the top three breweries in Japan. Not only sake, but also regions famous for their original wines and beers. Please look for your favorite alcoholic beverages.

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