History     

1865:  Founded. The brand name at that time was sake

                 "Fukumasamune."

1931:  Incorporated. The brand name at that time was sake    

                 "Fukuran."

1966:  Nikkatsu movie "Kitaguni no Ryojyo" (Cast: Kazuo

                 Funaki, Yukiyo Toake,etc)

     Location was at our sake brewery.

1969:  After completion of the Kurobe Dam (1964), "Kinran 

                 Kurobe" was released.

1977:       "Junmai Shu", "Undiluted sake ("Genshu") were released.

1978:     It is said that “the way of salt (Itoigawa-Omachi-

                 Shiojiri) is said to have passed when sending salt to so-

                 called enemies from Uesugi Kenshin to Takeda

                 Shingen. Released  “Salt Road Chikuni Kaido”, a sake

                 made according to the salt path.

1983:       "Daiginjyo" was released.

1992:        Annual Japan Sake Awards, Gold Prize Winner

                 The 55th Kanto-Shinetsu Sake Awards, The Excellence Prize

1993:       Annual Japan Sake Awards, Gold Prize Winner

                The 57th Kanto-Shinetsu Sake Awards, The Excellence Prize

1994:       The 58th Kanto-Shinetsu Sake Awards, The Excellence Prize

1995:       The 60th Kanto-Shinetsu Sake Awards, The Excellence

                Prize

1999:       The 68th Kanto-Shinetsu Sake Awards, The Excellence

                Prize

                Sake ("Fumetsu no Kyojin") were released.

                       

2002:       "Cho Tokusen Daiginjo" received the highest gold award

                 at the 40th Monde Selection (International Food

                 Competition) and " Alps Ginjo" won the silver award.

                "Kurobe no Hyojunsui Shikomi" was released.

2005:       Unrefined sake ("Kenjin") were released.

2006:       The cheif sake maker's self-made rice sake "Toji           

                Jisakumai Shu" was released.

                Using rice grown by so-called “rice duck farming” from

                contracted farmers.

2007:       The cheif sake maker's self-made rice sake "Toji

                Jisakumai Shu" was named as "Aigamo Junjyo".

2013:       Peach liqueur "What!! Peach" was released.

2019:        Junmai shu "Ichinoya" was released.

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