Matching drinks Tasty drinks perfectly complement the delicious meal.

Matching drinks

Tasty drinks perfectly
complement the
delicious meal.

Food

Drinks maximally brings out the great taste of Misono's Teppanyaki steak.
King Henri once said that a great meal with great wine is the best thing of the present world.
Right amount of right drinks add the profound flavor to the meal by beautifully complimenting the delicate taste of ingredients. It is because of the synergy created by the delicate flavor and fragrance of drinks and taste of food affecting each other.
Drinks sometimes lighten the taste of fatty food and make the strong and unique flavor milder.

Food

Joy

Drinks help you to relax and contribute to fun conversations.
It will enhance the quality of conversation among our valued customers and even with our chef right in front of the customers.
Misono has a wider variety of drinks from an aperitif  to beer, Japanese sake, and Shochu for your preference.
If you leave it to our chef, he will propose you drinks that are best paired with your food.
Please have the best time with Misono's delicious food and drinks.

Joy

Partnership with Fukuju, the high quality Japanese sake

Misono was opened in Kobe in 1945.
We realized the partnership with a sake brewer, Fukuju that share the home town with Misono.
Fukuju is a sake brewer that has a history of more than 260 years. They carefully handcraft their sake to pursue the great taste. Their sake is also famous for being served at the Novel Prize dinner in 2012.
Misono select high quality sake from Fukuju's wider variety of sake brands.
Please enjoy the taste of sake that is created with skills nourished by tradition.

Partnership with Fuchou, the high quality Japanese sake

Origin of the name of Fukuju and its mission

The name of Fukuju is inspired from Fukurokuju which is one of the Shichifukujin,
the Japanese Seven Lucky Gods hoping that wealth will be brought to those who will have this sake.
They produce the entire amount of Koji, malted rice by hands even today.
They use a large vat called Koshiki to steam the rice and respect the differences between
batches of sake brewing process.
Their aim is creating the beautifully strong and rich sake by bringing out the flavor of rice.

Origin of the name of Fukuju and its mission