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Kamotsuru is the biggest and most professional sake brewery we visited in Saijo. On the one hand great because there is a lot on display to teach visitors about sake brewing (including a video with English subtitles describing all steps in the production and preparation...More
When we were in Saijo we found the Kamotsuro Brewery was the best to visit as we were greeted on arrival, shown to a room where we watched a 10 minute documentary on the complete process of making sake. The room also had many photos...More
Who knew to visit a sake brewery in Hiroshima. Do explore things and places apart from the war memorials. This was unexpectedly good. We like visiting various breweries to sample as well as to have a deeper understanding and appreciation for the spirits. Each brewery...More
Having quickly developed a taste for sake, we ventured to Saijo whilst staying in Hiroshima. Kamotsuru was the first brewery we visited, which was a short distance from the train station. Inside, a video on loop (in Japanese with English subtitles) showed the process for...More
I visited this brewery as part of a walk around the Saijo sake district which is a 36 minute train ride from Hiroshima City. It's a perfect off the beaten track half day adventure only a couple of minutes walk from Saijo train station. Aside...More
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If you mean when can they accept visitors the answer is from 8.30 am to 5.30 pm, but i suspect you should be there by 4.30 am to see the documentary and have enough time for sampling the product. I went to several of the... More
If you mean when can they accept visitors the answer is from 8.30 am to 5.30 pm, but i suspect you should be there by 4.30 am to see the documentary and have enough time for sampling the product. I went to several of the breweries but the best tasting sake was here.