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This was a great Sake brewery to visit. There is a museum upstairs and you can watch the history of the brewery on video (in english and other languages) before taking a look at the brewery itself and try its Sake on site. The staff...More
The place where sake is manufactured in Asahikawa since the samurai era.
Sake tasting is available. There is a nice garden infront for photshot.
The place also have a small museum upstairs.
Different types of sake is sold here. Highly recommended.
This sake museum takes at most 30mins to complete including taste testing their sake. Daiginjyo tester requires one to pay a minimum sum. The real attraction here is the longevity mineral water that you can fill up for free just outside the museum. The same...More
This is a small museum showing the history of Otokoyama Sake and sake brewing culture and processes. Video was played in difference languages for tourists to have a better understanding. Overall the museum was just a part and not the main theme of our visit...More
This was a good way to spend a rainy afternoon in Asahikawa. Be sure to take the bus as you will be asked if you’re driving, and you want to try the sake. There are several options to try for free ranging from dry to...More
The museum is really 2 floors above the store. There is free sake tasting but for their better quality sakes, you would have to pay for per glass tasting. The overall quality was so-so, I have had better sake. But it was a nice sake...More
A working sake distillery with a few nice exhibits on local sake making technique complete with sake tasting room and store. Try to drink the spring water on site which is very important ingredient for a good sake, they are really refreshing!
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You can taste the whole range, buy one or two that you like the taste of. The staff explain the flavour profile sweet/dry so you can understand your taste preferences. I prefer dry wines, and found I prefered the taste dry... More
You can taste the whole range, buy one or two that you like the taste of. The staff explain the flavour profile sweet/dry so you can understand your taste preferences. I prefer dry wines, and found I prefered the taste dry sake. Tasting is a journey itself...