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Kuribayashi Brewery store was founded in 18th year of Meiji 7 (1874) at Rokugo Village in Akita Prefecture (now Miyoshi Town), by Kuribayashi family 5th generation, Naoharu Kuribayashi. Former Rokugo is a post office town, which is supposed to have more than 20 sake brewery blessed with good rice of Senboku Plain and abundant groundwater.
It is not certain when Haruka's stocks were used from around, but it is said that it took it from a passage of "Kagaku," a song "Hagoromo", "Kurobana flower and blooming in Kakuzaki Kake" Also, it is said that "Kasumi" is also related to the alias of sake in old days.
We increased the production quantity from late Taisho era to early Showa era, most of the current building was built at this time. During the Second World War it became the Senboku Sake Branch Shimanami factory rather than the national control, but it revived in 1954, and became independent as a "company name Kuribayashi Brewing & Co.".
From 1969 (1969), Kiyama Shiji from the local Rokugo served as Du Shi. Started producing sake rice from around 1955, received the gold medal for the first time in 1985 at the National Sake Rewards Association, and later won seven times. Sake brewing in association group 9 yeast in this period is one of the foundations of current sake brewing.
Heisei 2008 (2008) After retiring from Mr. Kameyama, Naoko Kuribayashi of the modern table serves as a manufacturing director and makes sake making.

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