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- We brew our sake in the mountainous area of Wasui-cho, Tamana-gun, Kumamoto Prefecture, which is blessed with nature and has a 2,000-year history of rice cultivation, and is recognized as a Japanese Heritage site. All of our rice is grown in the Kikuchi River basin, as we believe that rice grown in rice paddies in the same area as the brewing water is the best match for the rice. The term "Sanchi" means to respect the indigenous production climate and the spirit of prayer. It is our brewing philosophy to "brew the best sake" that enriches people, nature, and the ecosystem.