Adding vibrance to new beginnings.
A touch of color when an exhilaratingJapanese sake experience is about to unfold.We embrace the spirit of Kinoene,the first combination of the ancient zodiac.
Enjoy Japanese sake and seasonal cuisine in a renovated omoya (main wing) of the 300-year-old family residence.
Our very own Kinoene shop features Japanese sake, foods, and beverages crafted with ingredients sourced from our brewery.
A kurabito (sake brewer) will guide visitors on a brewery tour through our various historic buildings.
きのえね SAKE CAMP
Enjoy a unique camping experience within the serene surroundings of our brewery.
Discover exquisite artworks and creations by talented artists through curated exhibitions within a traditional residence.
Our exclusive farm offers hands-on experiences in rice planting, rice harvesting, and blueberry picking.
Our exclusive farm offers opportunities to connect with the local community. Guests can experience rice cultivation workshops in our rice paddy where we grow Gohyakumangoku, a sake rice variety, as well as blueberry picking in the summer.
Stay the night in the brewery and awaken within its embrace. Immerse yourself in the tranquil landscape for an overnight stay to enjoy a unique camping experience only available at a brewery. Now, guests visiting by car can also fully delight in the world of Kinoene.
The expansive lawn area is open to various events hosted throughout the year. During summer, it comes alive as the main venue for the Kinoene Yoru-Ichi festival. The lawn space is open to not only our camping guests but also the local community.
The exhibition area is curated with the use of repurposed sake vats and offers insight into the art of sake-making and our brewery’s history. The Kinoene Asa-Ichi market is held every month where popular local shops draw crowds, creating a lively atmosphere.
Our very own Kinoene shop features Japanese sake along with other foods and light meals crafted from ingredients unique to a sake brewery. The café is popular for its specialty koji drink, made from blueberries harvested from our orchard.
Displayed are curated exhibitions of works by talented artists. Just as sake enhances our everyday experiences, we aspire to foster a culture where the artists’ enthusiasm toward their creations inspires us to weave a more fulfilling way of life.
Enjoy Japanese sake and seasonal cuisine in a renovated omoya (main wing) of the 300-year-old family residence. The restaurant invites patrons to partake in exclusive sake selections paired with dishes crafted from seasonal ingredients.
A kurabito (sake brewer) will guide you through our craft of sake-making while showcasing historical buildings constructed during the Meiji and Heisei periods. Experience the charms of Kinoene Magariya, a traditional Japanese residence relocated to serve our guests.