Aizu Sake Museum

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Fukushima | Long History of Quality Sake Making

Fukushima | Long History of Quality Sake Making

With Aizu's a rich history in sake production, it's no surprise that they have a Aizu Sake Museum. In creating quality sake, there are three basic components one needs: pure water, high quality rice, and cold weather. Aizu has all three necessary components and has been able to produce sake without modern technology, thus resulting in its long history of quality sake making. The Aizu Sake Museum was founded when a sake producer, Miyaizumi, converted part of its old brewery into the museum. At the museum visitors learn about Aizu's history with sake brewing and the process of making sake. Visitors can take a look at the various types of equipment used in brewing sake, both traditional and modern. The best part of the visit might be the sake sampling of several Aizu sake. The museum also has a gift shop to stop by at.


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