The Only Sake Brewery on Shodoshima. Enjoy Delicious Sake in a Chic Shop!

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Sake Brewery

MORIKUNI is the one and only sake brewery located on the island of Shodoshima. The rice used in the brewing is the “Ooseto” sake rice from Kagawa, which has been partially cultivated in rice terraces in the Nakayama area of Shodoshima since 2015, and the yeast used is “Sanuki Olive Yeast,” developed from Shodoshima olives. With these high-quality ingredients from along the Seto Inland Sea’s coast perfect for sake brewing, the brewery’s talented sake crafters carefully make the sake by hand.

Their masterwork “Island Series” is all sake with amusing names, like “Fuwafuwa,” “Fufufu,” “Utouto,” and “Bibibi.”
The sake, carefully crafted by hand, is packed into bottles with as little treatment as possible, so it has a slight color to it rather than being fully clear.

There is also the MORIKUNI CAFÉ & BAR on the premises, located within a renovated Tsukudani factory that is 70 years old, and the MORIKUNI Bakery, where you can enjoy small bread rolls.
The Forest Sake Brewery MORIKUNI Gallery not only offers guests carefully brewed sake, but also dishes that are made with Shodoshima ingredients, sake, and sake lees. There are also items available that are perfect for souvenirs.


  • Carefully crafted sake made from high-quality rice from along the coast of the Seto Inland Sea, perfect for sake brewing.
  • The bakery has a café space inside, but we recommend getting items to-go and eating them as you sightsee.
  • The shop sells sake that is perfect as a souvenir, as well as popular stylish packages.


  • Forest Sake Brewery MORIKUNI Gallery, exterior

    Forest Sake Brewery MORIKUNI Gallery, exterior

  • “Fufufu” ginjo sake

    “Fufufu” ginjo sake

  • Island sake tasting set

    Island sake tasting set

  • Forest Sake Brewery MORIKUNI Gallery interior

    Forest Sake Brewery MORIKUNI Gallery interior

  • MORIKUNI Bakery

    MORIKUNI Bakery

  • Sanuki Olive Yeast Series

    Sanuki Olive Yeast Series


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Name in Japanese
Postal Code
1010-1 Umaki, Shozugun Shodoshimacho, Kagawa
Business Hours
Gallery, shop, and bakery: 9:00am-5:00pm
Café: 11:00am-5:00pm
Gallery, shop, and café: Thursdays
Bakery: Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays
1. About 10 minutes by car from Kusakabe Port
2. About 10 minutes by car from Sakate Port
Official Website
Official Website (Japanese)