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Gekkeikan Okura Sake Museum, Kyoto
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  • This small museum is quite charming, and the sake tasting is fun, but it's not actually very informative - it didn't teach me how to choose sake more generally. Also, there's not much to see in this a...  more »
  • You can visit and tasting at 300 yen! Travel time was about 20 minutes. Tasting is three. Is cool and very helpful (* ^ ^ *) you can also buy okurayama Memorial Hall Limited Liquor!
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  • Sake made from rice, Brewers of many Museum and base the same, you can learn while watching a bygone days exhibited equipment (Tools). The Interior is larger than the façade. Compact and comfortable. I was timing by chance, along with tour groups. Tour only for customer's or could hear descriptions of the Hall of Fame. Do not know only by seeing the use of tools and can tell the difference between ancient and modern equipment and how to make. Described how the story is light, very interesting, was 燻ra intellectual curiosity. And I was impressed that in the tour route, water ("is paper based on" and has been named) can. This water is very mellow and delicious it is. I can't remember (I drank the water in the other Office in Fushimi is no. 1 right now). Of course, finally tasting sake of laurels. It is interesting as compared with a drink of sake is two, but the difference was clear. Pay the admission fee of 300 yen and one cup one could for souvenirs. Value for money is.
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  • Very interesting, shows you how sake is made, even if the tour is short. Entry is cheap at 300 yen per adult, and well worth it. Very good value. There is a sake and plum wine tasting at the end of the tour, and they were so good that we couldn't leave without buying a bottle!
  • It's a Sake museum. Can learn the history and the process of brewing rice wine. Nice place and recommend to visit.
  • You pay an entrance fee, give a bottle of sake a delicious small. Three kinds of alcohol also have a tasting. Recommend nearby restaurants go together.
  • 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
  • Very interesting information about the production of sake. Good sake :)