Let's tour the sake breweries of Saijo, the Sake Capital, one of Japan's famous brewing regions.

Aki-Saijo is known as a famous brewing region along with Nada and Fushimi, and there are currently seven breweries continuing to brew sake in the area around JR Saijo Station. On Sakagura Street, which has been certified as one of the 33 Modern Industrial Heritage Sites by the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry, you can enjoy the unique scenery of a forest of red brick chimneys, red tiled roofs, and ``sea cucumber walls'' and white walls. can. During the sake brewing season, the soft aroma of sake fills the streets, giving it an even more atmospheric feel. There are also breweries that offer tastings and sales of sake, and you can also sample the water used to make sake. There are also cafes and restaurants that have been renovated sake breweries, as well as shops that serve sweets and dishes made with sake and its brewed water, making it a place where you can enjoy sake to the fullest. “Saijo


business hours
It depends on the warehouse
The day after the sake festival, the year-end and New Year holidays, etc.
Paid tasting money varies depending on the brewery
739-0011Saijohonmachi, Higashihiroshima City
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In the vicinity


Saijohonmachi, Higashihiroshima City

[Train] - Immediately from Saijo Station on the JR Sanyo Main Line

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