Traditional Sake Brewery Shop in Makino Town on Lake Biwa, Japan - Stockfoto

An early morning view shows a noren curtain, a sugitama cedar ball (indicating that fresh sake has been produced), and casks of sake stacked outside a traditional sake brewery shop on the northwest shore of Lake Biwa (Japan's largest freshwater lake with 235 km of shoreline, and the world's 3rd most ancient lake, formed by volcanic activity 4 million years ago), located in Makino Town in the city of Takayama in Japan's Shiga Prefecture.
An early morning view shows a noren curtain, a sugitama cedar ball (indicating that fresh sake has been produced), and casks of sake stacked outside a traditional sake brewery shop on the northwest shore of Lake Biwa (Japan's largest freshwater lake with 235 km of shoreline, and the world's 3rd most ancient lake, formed by volcanic activity 4 million years ago), located in Makino Town in the city of Takayama in Japan's Shiga Prefecture.
Traditional Sake Brewery Shop in Makino Town on Lake Biwa, Japan
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