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To begin with, I love beer.
If you so, there's no reason you shouldn't go there. It's just right the length of time of tour AND it's free. Freshly made beer is veeeery nice!!
It's worth going. Don't forget to reserve:)
If you have a Japanese friend, you better ask him or her to book for you. Unfortunately Suntory do not have English page for the booking, as far as I know.
Once you book, you can catch free shuttle bus at station. You could drink...More
This was a fantastic tour. It took me about 45 minutes by train from Tokyo and about a 15 minute walk from the Fuchu train station. The tour is free and runs about an hour. It is conducted in Japanese, but they have free electronic...More
The tour is free but we made a reservation in advance. We took the train from our hotel in Tokyo to Bubaigawara station and then caught the free shuttle to the brewery. The tour is in Japanese but they offer audio guides in english. The...More
I love visiting local breweries in my hometown area so when I was on vacation in Tokyo, i jumped at the chance to visit the Suntory Musashino Brewery to experience a Japanese brewery tour. Getting a reservation is really easy online but you may need...More
We recommend that you basically make a reservation.
You can drink three cups glass beer for free.
It is convenient to use a free shuttle bus from Bubaigawara station.
I made a reservation for the factory tour on the website.
Enjoying the tour and three glasses of beer for free of charge.
It's expensive type of beer.
There is a small souvenir shop here.
You can learn the better way of pouring beer.
Need to book in advance per phone at their number, english is spoken. To go there there is a shuttle bus from Bubaigawara station, but not so much, better to check the schedule before.
On site an audioguide is provided for non-japanese speakers (tour is...More
Take the seminar rather than the beer tour. The seminar can be booked online in advance. Although the seminar is in Japanese, they ppt slides are not too difficult to understand. They provide an audio guide for use, which should be good enough.
Even if you've been on a brewery tour, you should definitely give this place a visit. Clean and knowledgeable tour. Even though the tour was in japanese, the staff was very accomodating with our guide trying hard despite knowing limited English. We were also given...More