The name of Jozan Sake was born from the Tokoyama family name and means ‘eternal mountains.’ In the early Edo Era (1621), the Tokoyama family relocated to one of Japan’s most famous trading ports, Mikuni Minato, on the west coast of Japan in what is today Fukui Prefecture. For over 215 years, the Tokoyama family has skillfully crafted Jozan Sake.

The Tokoyama family counts eight generations as a sake brewery to the present day. Many things have changed over the years, but the family continues to follow the spirit which joins the generations together. The Tokoyama family, while keeping and cherishing traditional culture, also cherishes new ideas and unique judgement. It is these sensibilities that adds to the charm of Jozan sake.

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