Meals at Masuichi Kyakuden may be taken at any of the three restaurants connected to the garden and road. There is "The Club," serving the traditional food of the sake brewers and the home cooking passed down through the Ichimura family. There is the Italian restaurant "San Poo Loh" which uses freshly-picked vegetables and foods of Shinshu. Then there is the "Obusedo Honten" restaurant which serves teatime style Japanese food. After dinner, please relax at "Oni Bar" overlooking the bamboo grass garden. You can also try the different sake of Masuichi at the Masuichi Honten "teppa" counter, open until evening.
A Japanese restaurant which makes wonderful use of the Masuichi-Ichimura Sake Brewery style. It is famous for serving Masuichi's sake, seasonal food and drink, charcoal-grilled Shinshu beef, Japanese seafood, and old-fashioned oven-steamed rice.
A piano bar on the second floor of San Poo Loh. Its name comes from the "oni" ridge-end tiles baked from local clay that decorate the room.
Please contact us directly if you wish to use this facility.
The teppa was a place where people would buy and drink measures of sake right at the store. You can taste all the different sake* brewed at Masuichi at the teppa counter set up in the Masuichi Honten store. (*During certain seasons some sake types may be unavailable).