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Gekkeikan Okura Sake Museum, Kyoto
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About a 15 minute walk from Fushimi-MomoYama station (follow the enclosed shopping street downhill, turn left just after Mos Burger & keep going), this brewery traces its history back 400 years or so.... read more »
Didn't think we would make it here, though it was on our list for Kyoto, but we had some extra time one day and decided to stop by. It's a bit of a walk from the JR train station, probably 20-30 minut... read more »
We stopped on our tour at the Gekkeikan Okura Sake Museum and had a great time walking through the museum and learning about the history of Japanese Sake. It only cost $3.00 to enter the museum, and t... read more »
Really informative as i knew nothing about sake creation. Good english written information on all exhibitions. Could be longer tour and more taste testing ;) Also, could be more linked to some of the other local distilleries/ local bars around to make it more of a day trip experience for tourists
Excellent sake info with great English explanations. This is always the place u send people if they want to learn more about sake. Free tasting at the end, too!
We hired an English Speaking guide who made reservations for our tour and translated. Saki tasting was my first, enjoyed and recommend just to learn how Saki is made.
Masaaki sugimuraKyoto Fushimi was largest brewery, famous place, among laurels, is the Memorial Hall there are doing. That as admission 300 yen is needed, but in the internal rice how sake is made from will and learning journey for the sake of ever. It could drink one when you enter, so admission was very good. You can able to sample at the end of old-fashioned sake (Reprint Edition) and modern sake drinking is much slower. (His might for the sake of that of a modern, crisp and taste....)show original
Motoharu uenoIllustrate the history of sake and sake, showcasing old brewing equipment and in the process you might want to see. Was told not adjacent parking is made on Sunday, but got no problem after all. Feel the history of sake without expecting too much, but I went and enjoyed. 1970's last time sake and sake of the current compared with, that goes in my mouth.show original
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