Due to the Great Kanto Earthquake and air raids during World War II, it was moved to Uchi-Kanda (the location of the current Toshimaya Rita-Shop) and then, after the war, to its current location in Kanda-Sarugakucho.
There is a sake brewery (Toshimaya Shuzo) in Higashimurayama City, Tokyo, brewing sake, white sake and Mirin (sweet sake).
”Kinkon” is the sacred sake for the Kanda Myojin and Meiji Jingu Shrine.
The retail store attached to the head office can offer delivery service to you.
Please feel free to stop by and see.
- address1-5-1, Kanda-Sarugakucho, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo
- business_hour10:30 am - 5:00 pm
- access・5-minute walk from Subway "Jimbocho Sta." Exit A5
・7-minute walk from JR "Ochanomizu Sta." Ochanomizubashi Exit
|Closed||Saturdays (irregular), 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.