- Tenryohai Sake Brewery
Tenryohai Sake Brewery
An excellent sake "Tenryohai" brewed in the best environment
Tenryohai Sake Brewery has consistently maintained a high quality of sake making. Sake rice "Koshitanrei" goes well with the underground water at Mt Kinpoku, the tallest mountain in Sado. The water produces aromatic, smooth and refreshing sake. Brewery tours are available with a guide within the sake brewing factory, where the precision and skills of brewers and cutting-edge technologies are mixed. A variety of "Tenryohai" brand sake can be purchased at the shop at Tenryo no Sato.
Facility Basic Information
- 458 Kamo Utashiro, Sado, Niigata 952-0028
- Payment Methods
- Credit cards not accepted
- Assistance in Foreign Languages
- Transport Access
- Ryotsu Port Approx 7 minutes by car
- Nearest bus stop
- Sakai （Honsen [Main Line]） Approx. 0 minutes on foot from bus stop
- Cars：30 Buses：5
- Opening Times
- 9:00 - 17:00
- April - December: Open 7 days a week / January - March: Saturdays, Sundays and National Holidays
- Not required Reservation is required for groups of more than 10 persons.
- Facilities and Service
- Free brewery tour, free sake tasting, etc.
Sado Sensui Co., Ltd.
We provide a shuttle service from Ryotsu Port or your accommodation to specially chosen dive sites with convenient facilities like: restrooms, showers, changing rooms, and a resting place. Please contact us for pick-up and drop-off service. You can also drive yourself and meet us at our dive shop or at a dive site. Our dive shop sells various items made of wetsuit material, and kobudai (bulgyhead wrasse) mascot merchandise. We also tailor and repair wetsuits. Drop on by!
Ryokan (Japanese-style Inn)
Founded in 1912, Hotel Shiiya is the longest-established hotel in Ryotsu, which is nestled at the side of Lake Kamo. The entrance has a large, red parasol, used for outdoor tea ceremony, that evokes a traditional Japanese atmosphere. Flower arrangements dotted around the hotel, among other small touches, offer a sense of hospitality. Generous hospitality is also present in the meal service, which showcases the tastes of Sado with fresh seafood and fruit, among others. Ryotsu Onsen (hot spring water) Bath, known for its skin-beautifying effect, is also popular.
Ryotsu Catholic Church
Christianity is considered to have been brought to Sado first in the Edo Period (1603-1867). Ryotsu Catholic Church was founded by a French Christian missionary, Fr. Drouart De Lezey. It was burnt down once in 1883, but was reconstructed by a missionary, De Noailles, in 1887. The church building was designed by Father Papino, who designed many churches in Japan.
Shrines and Buddhist Temples Noh Stages
Nagae Atsukushihiko Shrine Noh Stage
The shrine's tutelary forest is located in the middle of a vast rice field to the south of Nagae River, and its lion-dog statues standing in the paddy are an impressive scenic feature. Established in the early 9th century, Nagae Atsukushihiko Shrine is one of Sado's nine shrines included in the Engishiki Register. After being moved, the current buildings are said to have been constructed in 1714. This shrine houses the tutelary deity for the Kamo Clan as well as a god of mines that used to be enshrined at Mt. Kinpoku. Within the shrine compound, a Noh stage with a quaint thatched roof stands with its left side facing the main hall. The stage is comprised of a main stage area and a rear stage area, and the passageway connects the stage and the room behind the curtain. Estimated to have been built between 1764–1780, this Noh stage is thought to be a valuable example of few pre-modern structures on Sado, and is designated a City Cultural Property.
Stores where you can eat and drink nearby
Casual Eatery Restaurant Set menus/Rice bowls/Kamameshi(hot pot rice)
Tokinari Boxed Chirashi
Our boxed chirashi sushi is a lacquered box full of sushi rice topped with seafood delicacies from around Sado. In the Edo Period (17th – 19th centuries), Kitamaebune merchant ships carrying specialties connected Japan's East and West, calling at ports around the Sea of Japan including Sado. Our chirashi is prepared by layering sushi rice and seafood marinated in broth-enriched soy sauce. Enjoy seafood such as Sado-produced crab, tuna, sea bream and whitefish of the season, nurtured in the seas surrounding full-of-nature Sado Island and flavored with a special jellied dashi soy sauce. In addition, we offer a variation on chirashi sushi inspired by the ships that carried goodies from the East and West: Kitamae Meat Chirashi.
Casual Eatery Chinese Cuisine Chinese Ramen Noodles
Chugoku Saikan Fantao
Fantao is a Chinese restaurant housed within the Sun Mall Town shopping centre. The chef/owner, who learned cooking skills in Tokyo, cooks wholeheartedly for his guests. A choice of more than 15 variations of Chinese ramen noodles enjoy popularities among locals. They also offer limited edition of original noodles of the season. As the restaurant is located at a shopping center with is a spacious car park, the restaurant is readily accessible.
Casual Eatery Set menus/Rice bowls/Kamameshi(hot pot rice) Soba (buckwheat) and Udon Noodles
Hand-kneaded Udon Noodles Okesa
Okesa is a restaurant specializing in Sanuki udon noodles hand-kneaded by the owner/chef, a native of Kagawa Prefecture, which is the birthplace of Sanuki udon noodles. Sanuki udon noodles feature a distinctively firm, chewy texture. The noodles are made from 100% Japan-grown wheat flour, and served in a special broth, which is made from grilled mackerel and bonito flakes, simmered for one hour every morning. Okesa offers set menus with udon noodles and rice dishes, and the menu changes according to the seasons. Okesa also provide three labels of Sado-produced Japanese sake. The menu has a range of tidbits, too, and the hand-kneaded pizza is gaining huge popularity.