Shop where you can enjoy

Ushijima saketen / Nishi-ku, Kumamoto city

Located in the shopping mall of JR Kumamoto railway station.
Stop by and enjoy alcoholic drinks and foods of Kumamoto.

This is a liquor shop selling local sake, shochu, wine and other products of Kumamoto, located in the shopping mall “Higo yokamon ichiba”, attached to JR Kumamoto railway station.  Because this shop is owned by Ushijima saketen which is a sake wholesaler established in 1901, a various alcoholic bottles carefully selected are for sale.  At the standing bar counter attached to this shop you can enjoy some alcoholic drinks such as “Kuma Shochu nomikurabe set” and “Kumamoto kensan nihonshu nomikurabe set” which you can taste and compare each 3 brands of Kuma Shochu or sake of Kumamoto.  In addition to those, a variety of sake and shochu prices start at 400yen/glass are served.

Enjoy finger foods such as “Hinagu chikuwa” and “Maruten with Aso takana” too.

Shop where you can enjoy: Higo yokamon ichiba nai 3-15-30 Kasuga, Nishi-ku, Kumamoto city
TEL: 096-288-3934
Supported cashless: Transportation prepaid cards (SUGOCA, Suica, Kumamon IC cards) for Kakuuchi
business hours: 6:00pm-9:00pm
*Last order for food is 1 hour, for drink is 30 minutes before closing

business hours: Open 7 days a week

Prefectural liquor

Handling brands

Sake(Junmaishu Reizan/Junmaishu Saisai/Tokubetsu junmaishu Kouro/Junmaishu Jinden/Tokubetsugenteijunmaishu Kameman/Junmaishu Seiya/Junmaiginjo Sukun/Tezukurijunmaiginjo Taito/Junmaiginjoshu Semi/Junmaiginjyo Shichihoda/Junmaiginjyo Hanayuki)
Shochu(Kumanoizumi/Gokuraku/Mushagaeshi/Hongin Rokuchoshi/Jyoatsu Toyonagagura/Gentei Kawabe/Mokkosu/Kikouji Kumaken/Ginshiro/Ginka Torikai/Ginjo Fusanotsuyu/Akinotsuyu/Tokubetsugenteishu Oishi/Junkabatsugun(sale on arrival))
Wine(Kumamoto wine
Beer(The Premium Malt/Hinokuni Beer)
Liqueur(Umepon/Banpeiyu no osake)

Staff’s Recommended Drink

Tezukurijunmaiginjo Taito

Moromi,, which is made using sake rice “Yamadanishiki” produced in Kumamoto as raw material, prepared with the method called High-temperature-saccharification shubo and fermented slowly at low temperature is squeezed carefully in traditional sake bukuro (bags), and bottled without filtering. This is smooth and refreshing junmaiginjyo unique to Kumamoto.