- Visit a small and large sake brewery to get a sense of the differences in scale and try their sake and other products.
- Guided tour at the Gekkeikan Okura Sake Museum
- See how a brewery works and get a sense of what goes into the production of the world’s best sake.
- Browse the shops at a local shopping arcade for souvenirs unique to the area.
Beginning in the Fushimi district of Kyoto, your guide will take you through the streets of this stunning town to various traditional and modern sake breweries allowing the guests to get a sense of the area’s 400-year-old sake brewing tradition. Known for brewing some of the best sake in the world, Fushimi’s secret lies in the natural spring water ...
- Instant confirmation Local touch Meal Included Smaller Group Size e-Voucher COVID-19 information: There is a limit number of visitors, Government regulations compliant, Social distancing, Regular desinfection, Hands Sanitizers, Equipment sanitized, Visitors must bring and wear a mask, The guide will wear a mask Where: 4 Chome-291-1 Ryogaemachi, Fushimi Ward, Kyoto, Japan Meeting point: Meet your guide in front of SoftBank Fushimi. What to remember: Know in advance:Guests must be at least 20 years old to join this tourMaximum of 10 people per tour groupTour operates with a minimum of 2 participants. In the unlikely event that the minimum is not met, you will receive a refundPlease let the tour operator know if you have any dietary restrictions or allergies by answering to the question you'll find at check outThe actual sake-making process is unavailable to the public, as the breweries don’t allow it for sanitation and safety reasons. You will receive great information and see displays detailing how sake is made and visit tasting rooms, but the brewing facilities cannot be visited
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