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Iwamura Brewery, Ena

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Iwamura Brewery is located in Ena. For travelers who use our online itinerary creator, Ena holidays become easier to arrange, with trips to the Iwamura Brewery and other attractions mapped out and timetabled.
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  • ENA station Akechi railway. The packed rush-hour trains more. Schoolgirl was Akira me顔. Enter your tour buy Inoguchi for tasting and discounted ticket 200 yen, 300 yen. Discount is available when they go shopping. If you do bring a Inoguchi next time only 200 yen. All you can drink different types of sake. Enjoy various drinks and was very happy. Liked sake 4 bottle two and buy the sweet Festival for 4,000 yen chotto. Sake taste good, I have only 3 days. We want to participate next year. After lunch in Iwamura-so very delicious. A reservation is recommended, but is better.
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  • It is a Brewery located in Iwamura town old. Entrance right away and sale of alcohol, can also be tasted. Can also be followed by long and narrow back, Japan garden is on the way, sit back and order coffee. Ready to tour the distillery and brewing processes, such as shows on the screen. Not experience quite so good.
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  • Castella Matsuura Hotels Head Office across from the sign is a good wine cellar. Tastings were made near the entrance on the store "just look at the back-" and was called out. Tourists were four or so. Depth, the water flows in the courtyard, and the drink was very good. Did not know what manufacturing division was back, now also used. Great look into the means to visit the old home alone.
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