Opening of 4 Sake Breweries in Fushimi 2020

Opening of 4 Sake brewery in Fushimi 2020

The sake breweries of the Yamamoto Honke, Toyosawa Honten, Tsurumasa Sake Brewery, and Heiwa Sake Brewery in Fushimi, will be held on the site of the FushimiSake Cooperative Association. You will be able to taste freshly squeezed fresh sake and limited ones, as well as specialty products such as Kyoto vegetables, pickles, sake buns, and small sake bags. Freshly squeezed sake and limited type of sake on the day are 300 yen each (100 yen special tray).

Event Details
Opening of 4 Sake brewery in Fushimi 2020酒蔵開き【伏見銘酒協同組合】
Date:23 and 24 February 2020 / Time : 11:00~15:00
Google Maps Location

Small Tip when visiting Brewery

The koji mold that saccharifies the steamed rice required for sake brewing is a delicate bacterium that is defeated by the strong bacteria contained in natto. Therefore, it is said that brewers do not eat natto during the sake brewing period. In addition, please refrain from eating yogurt, mandarin orange, perfume, pickles on the day of the brewery visit.

Join Our Sake Tour in Fushimi Sake District

If you have an interest in sake tour, or in order to enjoy your trip in Japan more, come and join our tour Kyoto Insider Sake Experience. You will have a chance to taste local sake in Kyoto and learn all the basics of sake to find your favourite bottle. Send us a message if you have any questions about the tour 🙂


  1. miyama
  2. craft beer
  3. sake tasting


  1. この記事へのコメントはありません。

  1. この記事へのトラックバックはありません。

Our Sake Tour Reviews

  •   So very glad I chose this tour. I had no knowledge of the creative process required for sake production. Kotaro painstakingly walked us through the entire “brewing” procedure and the differences among the many types of sake created with different rices, percentages of polishing, pasteurization...More

    thumb maggie44113
  •   The Sake experience in Kyoto gave us the perfect Chance to learn everything we wanted to know about Sake. Our Host Kotaro was very friendly, answering all of our questions. I liked the variety of Sakes we got to taste and especially the food-pairing was...More

    thumb Leonferdinandcorin
  •   Very informative tour and tasting. The guide, Kotaro, spoke perfect English and was very knowledgeable. The regular museum was closed (like most of Japan at the moment) but we still managed to visit another brewery instead. The tastings were great - very different styles of...More

    thumb GreenSandwich
  •   Highly informative tour with excellent explanations behind the different types of sake. Find out which you like and how to find it in a bottle shop!

    thumb jamesh202020
  •   We had a fantastic time during our insider sake experience tour. Kotaro was very knowledgeable and friendly and made the experience very enjoyable for us. We learned the true way to enjoy sake both by itself and with food thanks to Kotaro. I would definitely...More

    thumb MrPedroB
  •   Extremely informative to finally understand the various types of sake and choose your favourite and how to combine with food. Highly recommended!

    thumb marcofP4557RC
  •   Kotaro was very knowledgeable and described the tour very well. He answered all of my questions and helped out a great deal with my understanding. I would recommend this tour to anyone who is interested in learning about sake

    thumb Sampenna
  •   The tour included a visit to a brewery with our guide, Asahi, giving a very informed overview of how Sake is made. He was able to answer any questions we had and made it an easy process to understand. There were tastings of 3 Sakes...More

    thumb GharghurMark
  •   The many reviews saying how good this tour is are spot on: this is a very good tour. Kotaro is very knowledgeable, ready to answer questions from all, whether general, technical or historical. The info he provided, particularly with the food pairing (which was a...More

    thumb og646
  •   Totally awesome experience. Everything was made clear. Meeting point was easy to find - just a couple of hundred metres from the nearest train station. The tour itself was extremely informative and enjoyable. There was two tastings involved - one at the main Sake brewery...More

    thumb therealbogeyman

Contact (General)