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Japanese Museums dedicated to Sake

Japanese Museums dedicated to Sake

Sake is considered the national drink of Japan, and is consumed with many meals on a variety of occasions. Sake Museums provide an in-depth history for guests about the various brewing processes, traditions, and cultural significance about sake. Patrons of certain sake museums can expect sake tasting as well, to get a better understanding about the drink, and how to properly serve the beverage. Many Sake museums are also breweries, which include history about the company, as well as unique brewing methods or ingredients added to set them apart.

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Shushinkan Sake Brewery

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Located in Nada district, acknowledged as the best location for sake production

Gekkeikan Sake Museum

Gekkeikan Sake Museum

Learn about sake brewing and its history then taste traditional sake

Tanzan Sake Brewery

Tanzan Sake Brewery

Over a century of fine sake making using traditional sake-brewing methods

Ponshukan Sake Vending Machine

Ponshukan Sake Vending Machine

Sake Tasting Vending Machine in Niigata

Imayotsukasa Sake Brewery

Imayotsukasa Sake Brewery

Sake Tasting and Brewery Tour in Niigata

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