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I am a big sake fan and am very interested in its history and therefore the museum was very good as well as weeing the architecture of the old factory. If you are only mildly interested in Sake or don't have tons of time to...More
It was cool to check out a Sake Museum! Found you get some value from the price, a self guided tour and a free bottle of sake. Do get to sample some sake at the end of the tour. There is english on the signage...More
I went with my boyfriend just to the musum and I would say it’s worth a visit if you have the time and your all “templed out”. For 400 yen you get a small bottle of sake entrance to the museum and a few samples...More
Small well organised museum with sake tasting and a shop at the end. You are given small free sake bottles with your entry tickets. Lovely pickles made with sake pulp as well.
I was expecting a more ‘wet’ museum with demonstrations or even videos to...More
This visit will provide you an orientation on how sake is made, and the history of sake. Although it is a museum, it is not filled with relics - there are historic tools, vats, photos, and other items related to the sake brewing process in...More
We had never tried Sake, so decided to head down to this museum. Our suggestion if doing it yourself is to take a train (Momoyamagoryo-Mae Station on the Kintetsu Kyoto Line) and then walk a few hundred metres. Use Google Maps or equivalent. It is...More
This was one of the few Sake experiences I could find in Kyoto that was actually open to the public, which is why I made a special trip here. One thing Kyoto really could do is better embrace Sake tourism.
This museum has an inexpensive...More
Southern Kyoto has a reserved air. Though the Fushimi Inari Shrine is one of Kyoto's major tourist attractions, the surrounding nature, parks, gardens, temples, and shrines provide less-visited spaces for strolling and reflection. The Fushimi Inari Shrine itself is made up of 32,000 sub-shrines, and the mountain they are dotted across beckons hikers, picnickers, and lovers of the outdoors. Many of the
mountain's off-set paths aren't frequented by tourists, and the mountain's serenity can be enjoyed at a leisurely pace. Southern Kyoto is the place to enjoy being outside, and to pay your respects to the ancient architecture and gods of the land that are celebrated here.
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Hi... You don't have to book prior to your visit for sake tasting. You can just walk in and purchase the entrance ticket which costs 300 Yen per person. That ticket will grant you access to the museum, Sake tasting and even... More
Hi... You don't have to book prior to your visit for sake tasting. You can just walk in and purchase the entrance ticket which costs 300 Yen per person. That ticket will grant you access to the museum, Sake tasting and even you'll get a small bottle of Sake as a souvenir. However if you wanna have a look inside the production area, you will need to make a booking. In this area, a staff member will explain about the production cycle, but as far as I know it is done in Japanese...