~Traditional sake brewing in a restored brewery that retains the atmosphere of the Meiji era [Saijo Tsuru Jozo]

Information on the historical background of Saijo, the compatibility of local food and alcohol, the four seasons of sake breweries, the difference between sake and wine, traditional Hiroshima style sake brewing, etc. We will introduce you to actual sake breweries that are not normally open to the public. While I'm at it, I'll talk to you. We will explore the mystery of why Saijo, where people have lived for 1,000 years, became a town of sake breweries. Taking photos inside the sake brewery is completely OK. After the sake brewery tour, it's time for a fun tasting. The brewer will teach you the unique ways to taste Yawaragi water and sake. [Full attendance by the brewer or brewer] [Opportunity to enter a registered tangible cultural property (sake brewery)] [Enjoy with all five senses] ① Eyes (visual) Sake brewery street scenery, sake brewery that is also a historical building (registered tangible cultural property) ② Ear (hearing) storehouse


every Saturday
Start time
From 15:30 all year round
Target age
Over 20 years old
Travel time
80 points
Number of participants
1 to 6 people
Experience fee: 3,500 yen (with souvenir (300ml of Japanese sake))
Meeting place
Saijo Tsuru Brewing Co., Ltd.
9-17 Saijo Honmachi, Higashihiroshima City, Hiroshima Prefecture
Phone Number
Parking notes
None (please use nearby coin parking)


9-17 Saijo Honmachi, Higashihiroshima City, Hiroshima Prefecture

5 minutes walk from JR Saijo Station

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