Since 1667, Yamamoto Honke has been brewing sake to enrich their consumers’ lives with the best quality sake. Their signature brand, Shinsei draws its attraction from the soft, spring water flowing from the surrounding mountains in Kyoto. With over eleven generations of sake production, the brewery has worked to reach out to more people to introduce novices to the world of sake.
Located in the heart of Kyoto, the ancient capital of Japan, the first Genbee Yamamoto established Yamamoto Honke on the grounds of Fushimi in 1667. Since then, Yamamoto Honke has been brewing sake to enrich people with the best quality for over centuries and eleven generations.
Fushimi used to be written using the character for water, and it is land where pure groundwater gushes in abundance. Benefiting from the soft, rich spring water from the surrounding
mountains (this unique water is called “Shiragikui-sui’, the signature brand, Shinsei is intriguing with charm and elegance in its style. Over the years Shinsei has worked to reach out to more people by producing sake liqueurs as joyful delights to introduce novices to the world of sake.