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2018/10/28 Ibusuki information Tourist attraction

We went to "the second storehouse gap between" daisanjinshichishotenyo!

We went to "the second storehouse gap between" daisanjinshichishotenyo! Image

All of you hello (^^) /
Ibusuki looks very high in the sky by the comfortable clear autumn sky

We went to "daisanjinshichishoten"-like storehouse difference in the Ibusuki-shi shrine ka beach today

We went to "the second storehouse gap between" daisanjinshichishotenyo! Image

We seem to be able to enjoy sampling held in visit tour of the distilled spirits training, tradition storehouse,
This storehouse cut open and dried attracted lots

We went to "the second storehouse gap between" daisanjinshichishotenyo! Image

President Oyama guides visit tour by oneself,
At first state that cuts sweet potato (golden one thousand kan potato) causing distilled spirits skillfully
We were able to see close

We went to "the second storehouse gap between" daisanjinshichishotenyo! Image We went to "the second storehouse gap between" daisanjinshichishotenyo! Image

In production storehouse, have document of "introduction to distilled spirits knowledge on a wide variety of subjects",
The origin of not only process before distilled spirits being made but also distilled spirits and various liquor, story, distilled spirits and health of ricemalt,
We were able to hear various stories including delicious how to drink

Sake has the history of approximately 2,000 years,
Distilled spirits having begun to spread in Japan after distillation technology was born approximately 500 years ago approximately 300 years ago
By Maeda Riemon from Ryukyu in current Ibusuki Ichiyama River
It is said to be opening
that sweet potato was brought.

We went to "the second storehouse gap between" daisanjinshichishotenyo! Image

Whereas liquor of Europe uses "saccharification power of bean sprouts" such as malt,
Asian liquor is common, and use "mold" effectively,
The feature seems to be
that we let rice which is staple food and "starch" of grains ferment.
Miso and soy sauce are fermented food, too

We went to "the second storehouse gap between" daisanjinshichishotenyo! Image

We saw process made with distilled spirits close and observed in storehouse while hearing such an interesting story.

We went to "the second storehouse gap between" daisanjinshichishotenyo! Image

We heard sound that fermentation advanced to "with bubbles" at stage of fermentation

We went to "the second storehouse gap between" daisanjinshichishotenyo! Image

As for this, the successive Prime Ministers were written by letter of "country liquor".
Country liquor pointed at "sake" and both of "distilled spirits", and Masayoshi Ohira of the 68th Prime Minister began.

We went to "the second storehouse gap between" daisanjinshichishotenyo! Image

At the end of this visit tour, we were able to see state of "activity of Aspergillus oryzae", too

"Black ricemalt" of Awamori (the photograph left) seemed to come to be used from last part of Meiji era,
"Malted rice" (the photograph right) is used from the early days of the Showa era, and from black ricemalt seem to be mutant suddenly.




We observed in "jinshichidenshozo".


We sulked, and behavior of one such as cakes did well the young sake and sweet potato tempura "Gane sky" on the first floor, too




The second floor becomes history museum,


We can see valuable document clogged up with the history in business for 143 years


Again in the end of November of this year,
It is "Arcadia ... of famous admiral famous sake 47 sen - war-torn country" of each metropolis and districts collaboration product by project of the 80th anniversary of the Reiji Matsumoto birth
It is famous sake of daisanjinshichishoten in Kagoshima
"Distilled spirits which is nameless without talking without asking" is going to release with limited label of pattern of Takamori Saigou

It becomes in this



How will about with opportunity going to visit by all means next year as storehouse difference is planned (^^); or /



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