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- The company was founded in 1878. The Meiji-era sake brewery, designated as a Tangible Cultural Property of Japan, has been the setting for a long and consistent pursuit of the answer to the question, "What kind of local sake can only be brewed in Hokkaido? The trademark "Kitano-Nishiki" decorates the sake. The trademark "Kitano-Nishiki" expresses our aspiration to create a brocade in Hokkaido, and our pioneering spirit supported the demand for sake during the prosperous period of the coal mines. With a brewery located in Sorachi, a major rice-producing region in Japan, we strive to brew 100% Tokutei Meishu (specified name sake) based on the principle of quality over quantity, and with the catchphrase, "The people who make it, the rice, and the water are all Hokkaido," we strive to make sake that is loved as the best local sake among all local sake.