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Direct Sales Store Information

Our direct sales store is next to our sake brewery and offers an extensive range of Funaotaki. You can also find products exclusively sold in the direct sales store. We look forward to seeing you there.

Store Hours 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. weekdays.
Closed Saturdays, Sundays, national holidays,
and the year-end and New Year holidays.
Contact 0279-55-1141

We apologize for the inconvenience, but our staff speak Japanese only.
Please contact us in Japanese.

Access 649-1 Shimonoda, Yoshioka-machi,
Kita Gunma-gun, Gunma Prefecture

- Access by car -
[From Tokyo]
Approx. 10 minutes from the Komayose Smart IC (ETC) on the Kan-Etsu Expressway.

[From Niigata]
Approx. 15 minutes from the Shibukawa-Ikaho Interchange on the Kan-Etsu Expressway.

Adjacent tourist attractions

  • Mount Haruna/Haruna Lake (Approx. 38 minutes by car)

    Mount Haruna is one of the Jomo Three Mountains in Gunma. Situated at an altitude of 1,084 meters at the summit, visitors to Haruna Lake can get in a sightseeing boat to behold the beauty of the four seasons. Also, the lakeside becomes a great place to camp in summer.

  • Mizusawa Kannon (Approx. 12 minutes by car)

    This is a Tendai sect temple built by Empress Suiko and Empress Jitou. The well-known hexagonal two-storied pagoda (Good Luck Rokujizo) is designated an important cultural property of Gunma Prefecture. Situated in front of the gate is a street lined with restaurants offering Mizusawa udon, which is one of Japan’s Three Famous Udon Noodles.

  • Funaotaki Waterfalls (Approx. 12 minutes by car)

    The waterfall is one of the scenic places designated by Yoshioka-machi and is the origin of Seishu Funaotaki. The spring water comes from the Haruna Mountain system, and visitors can behold the magnificent sight of the water cascading from the top of a bluff about 60 m in height. In fall, the leaves are ablaze in beautiful autumn colors, and it becomes a perfect spot for nature walk.

  • Ikaho Onsen (Approx. 20 minutes by car)

    One of Gunma’s representative hot spring resorts, the facility has a 365-step stone staircase that leads to a street lined with ryokan hotels, souvenir shops, and a shooting saloon. The nostalgic atmosphere takes you back to the good old hot spring town. Ikaho Shrine situated on top offers a commanding view of the hot spring town.