Sasaki sake brewery
Sasaki sake brewery is the only one long-established sake brewery in Natori, which has a long history and tradition of more than 130 years.
Despite the heavily damaged by the big earthquake in 3.11, they were able to launch the earthquake reconstruction liquor “Yuri”.
Also, speaking of local sake of Natori, we have “Nami no oto” (means the sound of waves).
We would feel grateful if you would relish the local sake of stricken area accelerating reconstruction with the specialties of Natori. Fruity “Reiro”, Junmai Daiginjo “Roan” is also delicious.
|Address||Yuriage Saikai Market, Mitazono, 7-1-1, Natori City|
|Business Hours||Hours: 10:00 am - 7:00 pm|
|Regular holiday||Closed: Wednesdays|
|Parking||Parking is available.|
|Access||Access: Take the train along the Sendai Airport line and get off at Mitazono Station or Mori-sekinoshita Station. It is a 10 minute walk from either station.|
"Sasa Kamaboko", a fish cake, originated in Natori.
Winning fame throughout the country, the high-quality "Yuriage" ark shell is called the real thing at "Tsukiji" Market in Tokyo for its thick but tender texture.
A steamed bun with a sweet bean paste filling named after the Lieutenant General, "Fujiwara Ason Sanetaka"
Japanese Sake (rice wine) “Yuri”; signifying revival from the Great East Japan Earthquake and Tsunami
Japanese Sake which vows for the reconstruction and come back of "Yuriage".
Maple Pavilion has good restaurants and shops as well as DVDs and goods related to the great earthquake.