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There isn’t a huge amount to do in the area, but this is worth while visiting. The owner who conducts the tour is upfront that her English isn’t great, but the tour was still great and informative. At the end you sit in the shop...More
We did the tour (including a tasting) during our stay in Kawaguchiko. We loved visiting the brewery and hearing about the history (the brewery has been in the same family for 20+ generations!) and the process of making sake. The owner was a wonderful guide,...More
I guess I have never tried good sake before because I never really liked the taste of it. Until I visited this small brewery house and tried their produce.
This was such a pleasant relaxed tour! Small group (7) of randomly meeting strangers having lots...More
100% worth doing. The owner takes you around the brewery and explains the process of making sake. It's explained very clearly and really interesting to see where it is all made. The process is done in winter so there were also videos of it being...More
This sake brewery has a small tasting room and for just 300 yen you can taste 4 samples and get a brief tutorial. They also offer a tour of the brewery, but we were kind of pressed for time and did not partake. You can...More
Happened upon the brewery while wandering the nearby streets on a very rainy cold day. Saw some signs and followed them, through a big shed with cartons that didn't say Ide sake but a very helpful worker directed me to the shop - I had...More
We had a day in Kawaguchiko after a hike up Mt Fuji and this tour was nice to get a glimpse and taste of sake brewery. I found out about this tour on Lonely Planet guide and made a reservation online. In September when we...More
I just called them. You can ask the congierge of your hotel to call too. In fact, they speak enough english to make a reservation by phone. They are extremely helpful Remember that just about all the tours start at 9.30 AM... More
I just called them. You can ask the congierge of your hotel to call too. In fact, they speak enough english to make a reservation by phone. They are extremely helpful Remember that just about all the tours start at 9.30 AM. This place is a working business (in the summer they have more time as the sake is already made and waiting in barrels...)