It has revived the business of that time in a location close to the place where it was founded.
You can find a variety of products, lunch menus, amazake drinks, and sweets.
Please feel free to stop by.
- addressKANDA SQUARE 1F, 2-2-1 Kanda-Nishikicho, Chiyoda-ku
- business_hour10:00 am - 10:00 pm
- access・3-minute walk from Subway "Ogawamachi Sta." Exit B7
・3-minute walk from Subway "Shin-Ochanomizu Sta." Exit B7
・9-minute walk from JR "Ochanomizu Sta." Hijiribashi Exit
|Closed||Sundays and holidays|
This painting, "Kamakura-cho Toshimaya Sake Shop Selling White Sake," is part of the "Edo Meisho Zue" (by Hasegawa Settan, 1836) .
When Juemon started selling white sake before the Girls' Day, it earned him a good reputation and became a popular product throughout Edo.
During the Edo period, the poem "Fuji for mountains, Toshimaya for white sake" came to be written, and it is said that Toshimaya is the originator of white sake to be offered at the Girl's Day festival.
This picture depicts Toshimaya selling white sake, showing that many people came to buy it.