Hana no Tsuyu Co. Ltd.


Among the many breweries in the sake hotspot of Jojima, this is a well-established store that has over 250 years of business history.
They use the soft water of the Chikugo River to make a ’women’s sake’ that has a light yet full flavor. There are numerous wooden buildings on their expansive premises, with shiny black ceiling beams and floors as well as building supports that exude personality. On the brewery’s second floor old sake-making tools are exhibited such as large pots, steaming baskets, buckets, casks, and tanks used for squeezing. At the establishment’s shop you can purchase goods or have a taste test. Their ”Junmai Daiginjo ’Hana-no-tsuyu’” is best enjoyed a light Japanese dish with a chilled sake so you can enjoy the scent of the ginjo. Their ”Najima” sweet potato shochu has a crisp and sharp flavor that goes perfectly with any dish. Their wheat shochu ”Karasu” is made with barley koji from black koji mold, and it has characteristically deep aroma-- it’s perfect for full-bodied foods. Mariko Tomiyasu from the production department highly recommends trying it on the rocks. You can also enjoy unique shochu made with shiso and aloe.

Basic Information

Address (Japanese) 830-0207 福岡県久留米市城島町城島223-1
Address 223-1 Jyojima, Jyojima Town, Kurume City
Telephone Number 0942-62-2151(株式会社花の露)
Contact Hana no Tsuyu Co. Ltd.
Fax Number 0942-62-2032
Open 8:30~17:00
*You must inquire in advance regarding a brewery tour.
Closed Sundays and Holidays, every other Saturday
Car Park Spaces for 5 cars
Access From Nishitetsu Tenjin Omuta Line Daizenji Station take a bus headed to Okawabashi via Jojima/Shimobayashi,
and once you reach the Jojimanaka-machi Bus Stop it’s a 2 minute walk
20 minutes by car from
Nagasaki Expressway Higashisefuri IC

*Information on facilities is subject to change. Please check each official website for the latest information.


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