MYSH Sake Bar Miyagi Night

MYSH Sake Bar is hideaway-like Japanese space and located in Jingumae, Shibuya which is the area transmitting the latest trends.

When you open the sliding door made of old wood with the sense of [wabi], an aesthetic sense of Japanese art emphasizing quiet simplicity, you will see the counter with tatami mats, illuminated with indirect lighting.

MYSH Sake Bar Miyagi Night is only one night you can enjoy Miyagi taste in Tokyo.

Located in Tohoku region, Miyagi faces the Pacific Ocean in the west, high mountains in the east, connected by continuous rice paddies. Flourished as the heart of Tohoku, experience the diverse local culinary delights rooted in Miyagi.

The night Okami (female master) is from Miyagi and services at the counter.

Super Miyagi course is Miyagi food come with 3 hours All-you-can-drink (3 kinds of Miyagi sake, bottled beer, shochu and whisky soda). It is very good deal! (Reservation required)

MYSH Sake Bar is Japanese Sake bar which aims to provide deeper and rich Japanese food culture. If you are staying TRUNK (HOTEL) in Shibuya, check it out! Opening Hours: Thus – Sun 17:00 – 23:00

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Miyagi Sake 720ml 6 bottles set [Ichinokura] [Wataya] [Urakasumi] [Hitakami] [Sawanoizumi] 宮城の純米酒720ml6本セット 【一ノ蔵】【綿屋】【浦霞】【日高見】【澤乃泉】


2018/8/18 (Sat)
18:00〜 23:00(L.O.22:30)

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MYSH Sake Bar

New Art Building 2F, 5-30-3 Jingumae, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo
Right in front of Trunk Hotel (Entrance, the other side)

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“Shibuya” Sta. 5 mins walk from Exit 13
Tokyo Metro Ginza Line
Tokyo Metro Hanzomon Line
Tokyo Metro Fukutoshin Line・JR
Tokyu Toyoko Line・Den-en-toshi Line

“Meiji-jingumae” / “Harajuku” Sta. 7 mins walk
Tokyo Metro Chiyoda Line
Tokyo Metro Fukutoshin Line・JR


Enjoy Miyagi course ¥ 4,000
Food Only

Fully Miyagi course ¥ 5,000
Food with 3 cups of Miyagi sake tasting set

Super Miyagi course ¥6,000
Food with All-you-can-drink 3 kinds of Miyagi sake for 3 hours!

Note: Reservation required
Tel: 0363267844

All courses Soft drink is free.
You can select bottled beer, Shochu and whiskey soda from All-you-can-drink.

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For more information visit, MYSH sake bar

“Tatenokawa” & “Ichinokura” In-store tasting event @ Ikebukuro

You can taste Tatenokawa, Tatenokawa, Inc. from Yamagata prefecture and Ichinokura, ICHINOKURA Co.,Ltd. from Miyagi prefecture.

Tatenokawa (Tatenokawa, Inc.)

In 1832, when the head of the Uesugi clan first visited the Shonai area he was so amazed by the quality of the water that he recommended sake production to first generation Heishiro.

And so, in 1854, Heishiro began making sake. In the following year 1855, the visiting Daimyo of the Sounai Clan, Sakai Tadakatsu was presented with the sake and in return christened the brand “TATENOKAWA” (English Name: CASTLE BROOK).

In 2005 they began establishing contracts directly with local farmers. The raw ingredients of Junmai Daiginjo are rice and water. The rice plays a huge part in determining the quality of the end product and yet so many breweries rely on rice suppliers and brewer’s associations for procurement.

In 2010, here at TATENOKAWA, Inc. they began Junmai Daiginjo only production under a new “TATENOKAWA” 100 year vision

In order to realise this vision they have increased the tempo of their overseas exports, which they began in 2008, with a view to their sake becoming a luxury item that has fans all over the world.

Their goal is to make sake that appeals to and is recognised by people globally.

楯野川 純米大吟醸 上流 Tatenokawa Junmai Daiginjo More detail JOURYU 720ml (専用カートン付)

A part of the Ryu (stream) series, is named after its high quality and high specifications. Made with 40% polished Yamada Nishiki sake rice and only the best part of the sake pressing nakadori (middle cut). A sake with a stable balance of flavour and aroma, a nose of ripened fruits, and a high quality Japanese candy like elegance, topped off with a clean finish.

Tatenokawa, Inc. Home page

Ichinokura (Ichinokura Co.,Ltd. Home page)

Ichinokura, a leading sake brewery in Japan, was founded in 1973 with the aspiration of leading the industry into the 21st century and promoting a sophisticated and vibrant sake drinking culture, through brewing high quality sake in Miyagi Prefecture. Four local sake breweries merged into one with a common goal in mind and strived to achieve this while assisting business and agriculture in Matsuyama, Osaki city.

They aim to establish a good relationship between their customers and Ichinokura employees, and develop the relationship between local communities and Ichinokura itself, by promoting a safe and prosperous style of living based on the fermentation technologies that they have acquired over time in harmonizing with people, nature and Japanese tradition.

Ichinokura headquarters and sake factories are located in the woody hill of Matsuyama, Osaki city, Miyagi prefecture, which is 243 miles (392 km) north of Tokyo. Their products have been enjoyed not only in Japan but also exported to more than 20 countries including the U.S.A. and throughout Asia. Ichinokura, maintaining the very spirit of its foundation, is putting tireless efforts into making the very best quality sake, which people will enjoy globally.

Ichinokura is fortunate to the three essential elements required to make the highest quality Japanese sake: water, rice, and expertise.

一ノ蔵 純米大吟醸 笙鼓 化粧箱入り Ichinokura Junmai Daiginjo Shoko 720ml

Gives a rich aroma. Once you sip it, fabulously interesting taste spreads in your mouth. A masterpiece of selected quality ingredients, traditional manual brewing and its techniques.

Ichinokura Co.,Ltd. Home page


2018/7/25 (Wed) – 7/31(Tue)

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Seibu Ikebukuro B1F

〒171-0022 Tokyo, Toshima, Minamiikebukuro, 1 Chome−28−1

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Directly connect
Ikebukuro Station South Exit, Exit 38, Exit 36

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For more information visit, 今週の酒と肴


Tanabata party with Miyagi Junmai shu @ Happoen

Junmai shu from Miyagi Prefecture Tanabata party @ Happoen

Miyagi Sake Brewers Association will hold Tanabata buffet party on Friday, July 6 at Happoen. They will offer you Japanese sake from 23 Miyagi breweries. Food is ticket exchange system. Sake and food are included in the ticket fee.


As they are going to prepare a bamboo stalk for tanabata, you can write your wish on a tanzaku and hanging it on the stalk to celebrate tanabata. They will bring back to Miyagi your wish carefully and send to Sake brewery god “Matsuo Shrine” in Sendai, Miyagi. They will Heartfelt Prayer Fulfillment to make your wish come true in the shrine.

Ticket fee is ¥6,480 per person and maximum 200 attendees.

Please enjoy Sake and Tanabata.

Line up Brand and Home page

勝山 (Katsuyama) 仙台伊澤家 勝山酒造株式会社 (Katsuyama Supreme SAKE co.,Ltd)
鳳陽(Houyou) 合資会社内ヶ崎酒造店(Uchigasaki Brewery Limited Partnership)
雪の松島(Yuki no Matsushima) 大和蔵酒造株式会社(Taiwagura shuzo)
浪の音(Nami no Oto) 有限会社佐々木酒造店(Sasaki shuzo)
浦霞(Urakasumi) 株式会社佐浦(Urakasumi Sake Brewery Saura Co.,Ltd.)
阿部勘(Abekan) 阿部勘酒造株式会社(Abekan shuzo)
一ノ蔵(Ichinokura) 株式会社一ノ蔵
伯楽星(Hakurakusei) 株式会社新澤醸造店(Niizawa jozo)
真鶴(Manatsuru) 株式会社田中酒造店(Tanaka shuzo)
わしが國(Washigakuni) 株式会社山和酒造店(Yamawa shuzo)
黄金澤(Koganesawa) 合名会社川敬商店(Kawakei shoten)
宮寒梅(Miyakanbai) 合名会社寒梅酒造(Kanbai shuzo)
天上夢幻(Tenjomugen) 株式会社中勇酒造店(NAKAYU SAKE BREWERY CO.,LTD)
栗駒山(Kurikomayama) 千田酒造株式会社(Chida shuzo)
綿屋(Wataya) 金の井酒造株式会社(Kanenoi shuzo)
萩の鶴(Hagi no Tsuru) 萩野酒造株式会社(Hagino shuzo)
澤乃泉(Sawanoizumi) 石越醸造株式会社(Ishikoshi jozo)
両國(Ryougoku) 株式会社角星(Kakuboshi)
伏見男山(Fushimi Otokoyama) 株式会社男山本店(Otokoyama Honten)
日高見(Hitakami) 株式会社平孝酒造(Hirataka shuzo)
墨廼江(Suminoe) 墨廼江酒造株式会社(Sumione shuzo)
乾坤一(Kenkonichi) 有限会社大沼酒造店(Oonuma shuzo)
蔵王(Zao) 蔵王酒造株式会社(Zao shuzo)


2018/7/6 (Fri)

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1-1-1 Shirokane-dai Minato-ku Tokyo Japan

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Toei Mita Line, Tokyo Metro Nanboku Line “Shirokanedai Station”
Exit the station out of Exit 2 and continue walking for about one minute to reach Happo-en.

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Ticket Fee

¥6,480 (Sake and Food included)

Web site

For more information visit, 宮城県酒造組合Facebook