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- Founded in 1893. The brewery was named "Manjusen" after the family name of the brewer, "Masuda," which means "full" or "spring" in Japanese, and the name "Manjusen" was chosen for good luck. The Iwase area was a port town that prospered from the Kitamae ships that sailed the Sea of Japan from the Edo period to the Meiji period (1868-1912). Today, a group of earthen storehouses that are remnants of those days have been restored, and a liquor store, a French restaurant, a glass studio, and a ceramics studio have newly opened their stores. The town has been transformed into a sophisticated and attractive townscape by incorporating modern elements into the atmosphere of those days. Sake brewed during the harsh winter season and fish grown in the mysterious Toyama Bay. The taste of the rice and the beauty of the ingredients are the key ingredients of these delicacies, and when consumed together, they enhance each other's deliciousness. While preserving the traditions of Mansyuusen, we are also striving for even better sake by demonstrating the power of innovation that has been handed down from generation to generation. We always go back to the basics and thoroughly pursue the proposition, "How far can we go with water and rice? We aim to create world-class sake by thoroughly pursuing the proposition of "How far can we go with water and rice?