The predecessor of Miyamoto Unosuke Shoten was Yamashiroya that was established by Seisuke, a founder, in Tsuchiura, Ibaraki Prefecture in 1861, so it has been in business for more than 150 years. The store has produced Japanese drums, portable shrines and ritual goods, as well as striving to collect, preserve and popularize them. Resources related to drums at home and abroad are collected and introduced at "Drum Museum" located near Senso-ji Temple in Nishi-asakusa. Nearly 900 precious drums collected from home and abroad are displayed, and many foreign tourists visit the museum. Also, the store has held drum classes in Asakusa and Yokohama, striving to introduce Japanese drums and related cultures to people around the world.
A portable shrine for Sanja Festival (2 shaku (approximately 60 cm), Head Office, Miyamoto Unosuke Shoten) It was used at Asakusa Sanja Festival held around 1955.