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Gekkeikan Okura Sake Museum, Kyoto
(3.9/5 based on 120+ reviews on the web)
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  • And was immersed in the history of the Laurel Museum, Laurel was fan as his father, but, could not be tasting, and said "you are going in is not" man in charge said, let's go to the final tasting corner. Also great for women was preparing to face does not know how it was. Everything was ruined. Image of Laurel got worse.
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  • Definitely an interesting and informative experience, but really not worthy of the taxi fare out to the middle of nowhere Kyoto (and not that close to the Inari Shrine). This small museum hosts the im...  more »
  • Sawanotsuru sake is published as a museum. History of the laurel wreath and old sake brewing tools and promotional posters exhibited there, not so quantitatively. The intact atmosphere of the past than that! In the story of the person in charge still little here sake making is likely.
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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 :)