Insider Sake Brewery Tour + Sake Tasting + Food Pairing
What You will Experience
Insider Sake Brewery Tour
- Only included in 3-hour tour
You’ll take a short walk to visit the largest sake brewery in Fushimi, where you’ll deepen your knowledge of sake and witness traditional brewing processes which have been passed down from generation to generation. At the end of your brewery tour you’ll have the chance to taste a few of the flavors produced there.
Sake Tasting with an Expert
You’ll get to try flavors of sake you may never have experienced before – as we’ll introduce you to bottles which have never been exported. Your expert guide will explain the differences in taste – dry, sweet, rich, fruity – and how each of these are produced.
You’ll also be served various Otsumami – Japanese snacks which traditionally accompany alcohol – so you can see which types of food and flavor best accompany the different sake types.
〒612-8053 Kyōto-fu, Kyōto-shi, Fushimi-ku, Higashiōtechō, 755
- 13 min from JR Kyoto Station : Take a train on Kintetsu Line to Momoyamagoryo-Mae Station. Turn right and walk down the Shopping Street for 5 min.
- 16 min from Gion-Shijo Station : Take a local train on Keihan Line to Fushimi-Momoyama Station. Turn left and walk down the Shopping Street for 3 min.
- 16 min from Fushimi-Inari Station
- Local English speaking sake expert
- Entrance fees (only for 3-hour tour)We'll go into a production area which public can't access. (depends on the brewery's schedule)
- Sake tasting(10 kinds for 3-hour tour / 7 kinds for 1.5-hour tasting session) to understand different categories (include premium grade to freshly squeezed Sake only available in Japan )
- Snacks for food pairingPairing some food with various sake. You will be amazed how food change the sake taste! Let's learn how to enjoy food pairing
- Cheat Sheet & Tasting Note (These will help you to choose your preferred sake in the future even you don't read Japanese.)
- Transportation to/from attractions
- Hotel pickup and drop-off
- Confirmation will be received when your request is accepted
- Children must be accompanied by an adult
- A small amount of walking is involved; comfortable walking shoes are recommended
- Recommend to bring a bottle of water
- Legal drinking age in Japan is 20; customers under 20 years of age will only be served non-alcoholic drinks
- Vegetarian option for snacks is available, please advise at time of booking if required
We really enjoyed the sake tasting. In particular, the information you get is very interesting and practical. It is even more fun to practice your new 'sake'knowledge the next days by ordering specific types of sake in Japanese restaurants. The only downside of the 1.5...More
I was searching for a way to discover more about sake, how it was made, the different tastes and how to do proper food pairing, and this tour actually answered all my questions. Our guides Kotaro and Asahi was really nice and answered all the...More
We really enjoyed the Insider Sake Experience. The tour guides were excellent. The story behind Sake was fascinating. The pairing with food and the understanding of how to identify the various Sake options was also excellent. Would highly recommend this tour if you are in...More
Definitely worth it! This was a great way to get to know more about Sake and find the type that you like! We had a great guide called Kotaro who knew a lot and was great with all our questions!
I reserved the tasting for my family as a Christmas present for my dad. We had a great time and the sake was delicious! Asahi was very informative and friendly. I would recommend 🙂
Had a informative session with our guides Marika and Asahi. Highly recommended if you are interested in finding out more about sake!
Had fun with our guides Marika and Asahi! Even though the weather was slightly less than ideal, our guides made it fun! Highly recommended if you wish to find out more about sake!
While the tasting was very good with a knowledgeable guide, the brewery and sake museum part of the tour was a rip-off. Trip advisor should have known that all the breweries and the museum was closed on the date of our tour. All we saw...More