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- <Philosophy>"Brewing good sake through the unity of people, rice, and brewing Our motto is "brewing sake that grows from the rice. <Our commitment (1) Our commitment to rice cultivation: Yamada-Nishiki sake rice is grown in the rice paddies surrounding the brewery by the brewery staff and members of the local cultivation society. By keeping track of the temperature, climate, and rice conditions of the year, we are able to predict how well the rice will melt that year. We also insist on milling all rice in-house. We use our own original tools, such as a "square wooden steamer" for uniform steaming and an "original ginjo brewing tank" designed for easy convection inside. <History> Founded in 1922 as a branch of the Segashira Brewery, the company began cultivating Yamada-Nishiki in 1988, when it was difficult to obtain in the prefecture. ＜The brand name "Toichi" expresses our desire to become the best sake in the East. The original brand name was "Nippon Ichi" when the company was founded. We named our sake "Toichi" with the aim of becoming the best in the East in a wider area than Japan.