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  • Hakutsuru Fine Art Museum Hakutsuru Fine Art Museum Art museum

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    This museum was opened in the 9th year of the Showa era (1934). At the main building of this museum, which has been designated as a registered tangible cultural property, visitors can view a collection of antique Oriental art that was assembled by Kano Jihei (1862-1951), the 7th-generation owner of the Hakutsuru brewery, which includes ceramic ware and metal ware from China, Japanese Buddhist art and calligraphy, etc., 2 national treasures, and 22 important cultural properties. At the new annex building opened in the 7th year of the Heisei era (1995), a collection of Middle Eastern carpets that were collected by 10th-generation owner Kano Hideo (1934-2010) are on display. Both buildings feature collections that are presented according to various themes for the exhibitions held every spring and autumn. Address 6-1-1 Sumiyoshi-yamate, Higashinada-ku, Kobe City, Hyogo Prefecture 658-0063 Operating hours 10:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. during seasons when the museum is open (last entry at 4:00 p.m.) Closed on Mondays during seasons when the museum is open Phone no. 078-851-6001 Admission fee 800 yen (general admission), 500 yen (high school and university students), 250 yen (elementary and junior high school students) Website Official website

  • Kitayama Syuzo Co., Ltd. Kitayama Syuzo Co., Ltd. Direct sales location

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    Our sake brewery was established in the 8th year of the Taisho era (1919) in Ao-cho, Ono City. Our "Shimabijin" brand of sake was named by taking the word "Shima" from "Shima, Ao-aza, Kawai-mura, Hyogo Prefecture", which was the original name of the location at which we were founded. In the 37th year of the Showa era (1962), we relocated to Nishinomiya, in our pursuit to use miyamizu as an ingredient in our sake brewing. While we suffered greatly due to the Great Hanshin Awaji Earthquake, we continue to provide our customers with reasonably priced sake that is truly delicious. Please feel free to visit us, as we offer tastings of our entire line of sake!Please note that there may be hours during which we will be unable to serve you even during our operating hours due to the limited availability of our staff. We would appreciate it if you could contact us by phone in advance when visiting. Address 8-3 Miyamae-cho, Nishinomiya City, Hyogo Prefecture 662-0947 Operating hours 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Closed on Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays, and public holidays Phone no. 0798-33-2121 Admission fee Free of charge Website Official website

  • Sake Ozeki Sekijuan Sake Ozeki Sekijuan Direct sales location

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    This shop introduces customers to a wide range of products offered by the historic "Ozeki" sake brewery that began brewing sake in 1711, and it is located in the Imazu-Go area of Nadagogo, which is home to the best sake breweries in Japan.This shop aims to provide customers with moments that can be described as "delicious", "enjoyable", and "friendly". This shop was established with the aim of more actively making use of sake byproducts, and here you can find our original line of sweets made even more delectable through the power of fermentation and basic skin care items that fully take advantage of the power of rice.We also have a "paid tasting" and cafe corner at which customers can spend a relaxing time. Address 3-3 Imazudezaike-cho, Nishinomiya City, Hyogo Prefecture 663-8227 Operating hours 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Closed on Jan. 1st, Jan. 2nd Phone no. 0798-32-3039 Admission fee Free of charge Website Official website

  • Izumi Syuzou Direct Sales Shop Izumi Syuzou Direct Sales Shop Direct sales location

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    At our direct sales shop, we sell our "Sensuke" and "Kosen" brands of sake, as well as various liquors. Customers can sample up to 2 sake items free-of-charge out of our seasonally recommended offerings. Address 1-9-6 Mikage-tsukamachi, Higashinada-ku, Kobe City, Hyogo Prefecture 658-0044 Operating hours 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Closed on Saturdays, Sundays, public holidays, year-end/New Year holidays, Bon festival holidays *Open on Saturdays from November to February Phone no. 078-821-5353 Admission fee Free of charge Tasting events Available Website Izumi Syuzou Inc. | locally-brewed sake | Sensuke | Kosen | Higashinada-ku, Kobe City |

  • Sake Brewery Direct Sales Shop "11th-Generation Matashiro" Sake Brewery Direct Sales Shop "11th-Generation Matashiro" Direct sales location

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    At our brewery direct sales shop, we provide customers with suggestions on how to more fully enjoy their drinking and dining experiences, under our motto of "further enhancing cuisine".In addition to our representative "Daikokumasamune" brand of sake local to Nada, we also carry our "Gyu-to-Teppan" brand of sake that has been brewed to pair best with wagyu beef and our "Kurenai Tennyo" (Crimson Goddess) brand of sake based on the character of the same name from the "Glass Mask" manga who was depicted as being born from a plum tree, as well as non-alcoholic options as our "88" cold-brewed genmaicha tea. Please feel free to ask for a tasting if you are considering a purchase.Several times a year, we also hold "seasonal delicacy market" events at which you can enjoy pairings of the finest seasonal ingredients along with our brewery's sake. Address 1-5-23 Mikage-tsukamachi, Higashinada-ku, Kobe City, Hyogo Prefecture 658-0044 Operating hours 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Closed on Wednesdays, Sundays, and public holidays Phone no. 078-851-0151 Admission fee Free of charge Tasting events Available Website [Sake Brewery official website] Yasufuku Matashirousyouten Co., Ltd. - Sake local to Nada: "Daikokumasamune" -

  • Hakushika Classics Shop Hakushika Classics Shop Direct sales location

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    This is a "pilot shop" at which we offer customers a wide and "slightly luxurious" array of sake, food products, and sake drinking vessels that can only be found at our establishment directly operated by our sake brewery that has a history of more than 350 years in Nishinomiya, the city of sake breweries.For example, customers can purchase nama-zake (unpasteurized sake) and freshly-brewed genshu (undiluted sake) that can only be tasted here, available for purchase by volume, as well as a carefully chosen selection of limited-edition seasonal sake and original sake drinking vessels. Furthermore, our shop also carries premium products, such as ingredients and sweets that pair well with sake, as well as a wide range of food products related to sake, such as Nara-zuke pickles and sake kasu (pressed sake "cake"). Address 7-7 Kurakake-cho, Nishinomiya City, Hyogo Prefecture 662-0926 Operating hours 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Closed on Tuesdays (or the following day if Tuesday is a public holiday) Phone no. 0798-35-0286 Admission fee Free of charge Tasting events Available Website Official website

  • Nihonsakari Sakagura Dori Rengakan Nihonsakari Sakagura Dori Rengakan Direct sales location

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    This brick-and-mortar building was constructed during the Meiji era during which Nihonsakari was established.Inside of the building, visitors can find the "Hana Sakari" restaurant, the "Yamamura" glass-working studio, and a "premium goods shop".At our popular sake tasting corner, visitors can sample 4 types of genshu (undiluted sake) that have been shipped directly from our main brewery, and can purchase the sake of their choice by volume on the spot.At the glass-working studio, visitors can observe various glass-working processes and can also experience glassblowing first hand. Address 4-28 Yogai-cho, Nishinomiya City, Hyogo Prefecture 662-0921 Operating hours 11:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. Closed on Tuesdays(Only the premium goods shop is open on Wednesdays.) Phone no. 0798-32-2525 Admission fee Free of charge Website Official website

  • Hakutsuru Mikage MUSE Hakutsuru Mikage MUSE Direct sales location

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    "Hakutsuru Mikage MUSE" is an information-sharing space at which Hakutsuru provides customers with various hints on how to enjoy a richer lifestyle made possible through sake, and visitors can shop while sampling sake and seasonal food products and trying out and physically touching products, such as everything from sake drinking and serving vessels to cosmetics.Various events and seminars, etc., are held here, as well as an extensive selection of events focusing on sake. Address 3-2-1 Mikage-nakamachi, Higashinada-ku, Kobe City, Hyogo Prefecture 658-0054 Operating hours 10:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. Closed on Unscheduled holidays Phone no. 078-891-8901 Admission fee Free of charge Website Official website

  • "Konan Zuke Honten" Direct Sales Shop "Konan Zuke Honten" Direct Sales Shop Direct sales location

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    This shop is housed in a building that retains the atmosphere of the sake breweries of old, and it is reminiscent of our former main branch (constructed in the 12th year of the Taisho era or 1923) that was destroyed due to the Great Hanshin Awaji Earthquake. Two-thirds of the shop's interior has a vaulted-ceiling design, and visitors can find an "amida" (lifting wheel) that was used at the sake brewery to raise up large casks from the first to the second floor, as well as an 8 meter sign that was used at our former main branch. In addition to our main products, such as our "Konan-zuke" pickles (cucumbers, watermelons, and seafood pickled in kasu pressed sake "cake") and our "Hakubishi Hon-mirin", we also sell a variety of brands of the sake of Nada and specialty goods from Kobe and Hyogo Prefecture among other items. Address 4-4-7 Mikage-tsukamachi, Higashinada-ku, Kobe City, Hyogo Prefecture 658-0044 Operating hours 9:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. Closed on Jan. 1st, Jan. 2nd Phone no. 078-841-1821 Admission fee Free of charge Tasting events Not available (as of September 2022) Website Official website

  • MANDAIOSAWA BREWING CO., LTD. MANDAIOSAWA BREWING CO., LTD. Direct sales location

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    In addition to our most popular brands of sake, we also carry our entire line of Tokuwaka products including our unfiltered, unpasteurized, and undiluted sake that is freshly brewed. Furthermore, we also offer tastings to allow you to sample our products. Address 1-13-25 Higashimachi, Nishinomiya City, Hyogo Prefecture 662-0922 Operating hours 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Closed on Mondays, Wednesdays(We will be open if Monday or Wednesday is a public holiday, and will be closed on the following day instead.)*Please note that we may occasionally have unannounced closures. Phone no. 0798-34-1300 Admission fee Free of charge Website Official website

  • Sakuramasamune Co., Ltd. Sakuramasamune Co., Ltd. Sake brewery

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    With a history that spans approximately 400 years since its establishment in 1625, Sakuramasamune is a venerable sake brewery that has achieved countless accomplishments to leave its indelible mark on the history of sake in Japan, due to its reputation as the brewery at which the famed "miyamizu" water was first discovered, and its claim to fame as the brewery at which the "Masamune" brand of refined sake was created being the first to bestow the "Masamune" name on its sake, as well as being responsible for the development of the "Kyokai Ichigo Kobo" (sake making yeast). Even today, under its motto of "Quality first", and in line with its principle of giving back to the local community, the sake brewery is a prime example of a local brewer that stays true to the spirit of Nada through its sake brewing techniques that use the water, rice, and people of Hyogo Prefecture to perform in-house brewing for all of its sake offerings. Address 5-10-1 Uozaki-minamimachi, Higashinada-ku, Kobe City, Hyogo Prefecture 658-0025 Operating hours 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Closed on Saturdays, Sundays, and public holidays Phone no. 078-411-2101 Sake brewery tours Not available Tasting events Not available Website Official website

  • Koyama Honke Shuzo, Nada Hamafukutsuru Brewery Koyama Honke Shuzo, Nada Hamafukutsuru Brewery Sake brewery

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    At our sake brewery, we primarily perform sake brewing of Ginjo sake in small batches in a manner that is close as possible to traditional hand-brewing techniques. "Kuzou", which is one of our representative brands of sake, came into being when it was remarked that "only the sky remained visible" amidst the rubble of our sake brewery that had been devastated during the earthquake of 1995.In our steadfast pursuit of distilling the essence of the traditional sake of Nada, we will never resort to mass production, and as a sake brewery that welcomes tourists, we strive to provide them with fresh sake throughout the year. Address 4-4-6 Uozaki-minamimachi, Higashinada-ku, Kobe City, Hyogo Prefecture 658-0025 Operating hours 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Closed on Mondays (or the following day if Monday is a public holiday) Phone no. 078-411-8339 Sake brewery tours Available Tasting events Available Website Official website

  • Izumi Syuzou Inc. Izumi Syuzou Inc. Sake brewery

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    Our sake brewery was established during the Horeki era (1756). Although we were forced to suspend our sake making operations in Kobe due to the Great Hanshin Awaji Earthquake in 1995, in 2007, we were able to resume in-house sake brewing at a reduced scale. Upon restarting operations, we initially began production at a capacity of 50 koku (approx. 9,020 L), and today, we produce sake at a production volume of roughly 400 koku (approx. 72,156 L). Our representative brand is our "Sensuke" brand of sake that we launched upon resuming our sake brewing operations, and we also produce sake with excellent cost performance, such as our "Kosen" brand of sake, in addition to sake-based liquors (yuzu and strawberry-flavored). Address 1-9-6 Mikage-tsukamachi, Higashinada-ku, Kobe City, Hyogo Prefecture 658-0044 Operating hours 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Closed on Saturdays, Sundays, year-end/New Year holidays, Bon festival holidays *Open on Saturdays from November to February Phone no. 078-821-5353 Sake brewery tours Not available Tasting events Available Website Izumi Syuzou Inc. | locally-brewed sake | Sensuke | Kosen | Higashinada-ku, Kobe City |

  • Takashimasyuruisyokuhin, Main Office Takashimasyuruisyokuhin, Main Office Sake brewery

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    In the 3rd year of the Meiji era (1870), our brewery received a shochu distilling license to produce "kasu-tori shochu" (distilled alcoholic beverage made by using sake kasu pressed sake "cake"), which we consider to be our date of establishment. In the 29th year of the Meiji era (1896), we began manufacturing "hon-mirin" (rice wine for cooking) by making use of shochu as a raw ingredient, and later, in the 37th year of the Meiji era (1904), we began producing and selling Nara-zuke pickles made using sake kasu, hon-mirin, and mirin-kasu. Starting with "shochu" and later moving on to "hon-mirin" and "Nara-zuke pickles", we continued to refine our techniques to provide our customers with products with greater added value, and today, we produce Nara-zuke pickles under our "Konan Zuke" brand (trademark registered in 1930). Address 3-9-16 Mikage-tsukamachi, Higashinada-ku, Kobe City, Hyogo Prefecture 658-0044 Operating hours 9:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Phone no. 078-841-0551 Sake brewery tours Not available Tasting events Not available Website [Konan Zuke] Takashimasyuruisyokuhin - Nara-zuke, Hakubishi Hon-mirin

  • OHTA SHUZO CO., LTD. Chiyoda Brewery OHTA SHUZO CO., LTD. Chiyoda Brewery Sake brewery

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    Our brewery was established in 1874 in Kusatsu City, Shiga Prefecture. Our "Dokan" brand of sake was named after Ota Dokan, who was a distant relative in the family lineage of our company. In search of the high-quality water of Nada, our company established our Chiyoda Brewery in Fukae in Higashinada in the 37th year of the Showa era (1962). Chiyoda Brewery was named after Chiyoda Castle, which is another name used to refer to Edo Castle.Using 100% rice sourced from Hyogo Prefecture, we create sake that strikes the perfect balance between umami flavor and aroma.Since we are a small brewery, there may be times even during our operating hours when our staff will be unavailable to serve you. As such, we would highly appreciate it if you could contact us by phone in advance of your visit. Address 2-1-76 Fukae-minamimachi, Higashinada-ku, Kobe City, Hyogo Prefecture 658-0022 Operating hours 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Closed on Saturdays, Sundays, and public holidays (schedule subject to change during sake brewing season) Phone no. 078-411-9456 Sake brewery tours Available Tasting events Available

  • Ozeki Corporation Ozeki Corporation Sake brewery

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    We are a sake brewery that was established in 1711 (1st year of the Shotoku era). Our first-generation owner, Ozakaya Chobei, began his sake brewing efforts in Imazu-Go (Nishinomiya City, Hyogo Prefecture), which is an area located farthest to the East of the areas of the "Nadagogo". During the Edo period, our brewery was renowned for our "Manryo" brand of sake, which made its way to Edo as one brand of the "kudari zake of Nada" that was transported via the taru-kaisen (ships carrying sake).Under our company principle of "Ozeki - an enjoyable lifestyle", we aim to further enrich the lifestyles led by our customers through the sake that we offer, and we strive to apply the fermentation techniques that we have developed through our operations to brew refined sake and other alcoholic beverages in the manufacture and sales of food products, as well as for development in the field of chemical products. Address 4-9 Imazudezaike-cho, Nishinomiya City, Hyogo Prefecture 663-8227 Operating hours 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Closed on Saturdays, Sundays, and public holidays Phone no. 0798-32-2111 (main phone no.) Sake brewery tours Not available Tasting events Not available Website Official website

  • Imadusyuzou Imadusyuzou Sake brewery

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    Our sake brewery was established in the 1st year of the Horeki era (1751). The fan that is emblematic of our famous "Ougimasamune" brand of sake symbolizes "prosperity that spreads out as it unfolds", and it represents our sincere wishes for success in business and for mutual happiness. Address 5-22 Imazushazen-cho, Nishinomiya City, Hyogo Prefecture 663-8229 Operating hours 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Closed on Saturdays, Sundays, and public holidays Phone no. 0798-33-0069 Sake brewery tours Not available Tasting events Not available

  • TATSUUMA-HONKE BREWING CO., LTD. TATSUUMA-HONKE BREWING CO., LTD. Sake brewery

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    Established in 1662 (2nd year of the Kanbun era), we have continued to brew sake in Nishinomiya for over 350 years. In recent years, the way in which consumers enjoy sake has expanded dramatically, with a focus being placed on such things as the veritable "marriage" formed when pairing sake with sweets and Japanese confections, as well as in enjoying the subtle differences in design of the drinking and serving vessels used for sake. Through our Hakushika brand, we not only aim to produce sake that is delicious, but we also strive to bring smiles to our customers' faces as a sake brewery that creates scenes and situations that involve sake in everyday life. Address 2-10 Tateishi-cho, Nishinomiya City, Hyogo Prefecture 662-8510 Operating hours [Mondays through Fridays] 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Closed on Saturdays, Sundays, public holidays, year-end/New Year holidays, summer vacation period Phone no. 0798-32-2761 Sake brewery tours Not available Tasting events Not available Website Official website

  • Hakutaka Main Brewery Hakutaka Main Brewery Sake brewery

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    Hakutaka was established at its current location in Nishinomiya by our first generation owner Tatsuuma Etsuzo in 1862 (2nd year of the Bunkyu era). Under the motto of "Quality first", we began our sake brewing efforts in earnest with a firm commitment to being the best. In the 13th year of the Taisho era (1924), Hakutaka was selected as the sole brewery of refined sake in the country to supply the "sacred offering sake of Ise Grand Shrine", and ever since then, we continue to offer up this sake without missing a single day. In front of our company's main office, visitors can find stone monuments that have been sent to us from Ise Shrine in recognition of our countless years of service, and in the nearby vicinity there are 8 miyamizu wells that our company owns that act as the lifeline to our sake brewing endeavors. Address 1-1 Hama-cho, Nishinomiya City, Hyogo Prefecture 662-0942 Operating hours 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. (not open to the general public) Closed on Saturdays, Sundays, public holidays (also closed on other extended holidays) Phone no. 0798-33-0001 Sake brewery tours Not available Tasting events Not available Website Official website

  • KOKUSANSHUZOU KOKUSANSHUZOU Sake brewery

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    Our sake brewery was established in the first year of the Bunkyu era (1861) in the late Edo period, and just as the name of our representative sake brand indicates, our "Nadajiman" ("the pride of Nada") was named as such to represent that it is a highly touted sake of the Nadagogo region, and under the motto of "Prizing quality above all else", it is brewed through a process where carefully selected sakamai (sake brewing rice) is rigorously polished and where our brewers performing painstaking brewing techniques using the famously divine "miyamizu" water, thereby creating a richly flavorful "sake that is best enjoyed in autumn". Upon being reorganized into a joint-stock company after the war, our "kokusan" symbol that had been in use since the prewar era was adopted as our company name, and today, we continue to inherit techniques that have been passed down in producing our Daiginjo "Kokusan Ichi". (*Excerpt from Nadagogo website) Address 1-12-34 Higashimachi, Nishinomiya City, Hyogo Prefecture 662-0922 Operating hours 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m., 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. Closed on Saturdays, Sundays, public holidays, New Year holidays (about 1 week), Bon festival holidays (about 1 week) Phone no. 0798-34-3456 Sake brewery tours Not available Tasting events Not available

  • Nihonsakari Co., Ltd. Nihonsakari Co., Ltd. Sake brewery

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    As Nihonsakari Co., Ltd., a brewery that was founded in 1889 that is known for the jingle "Nihonsakari makes good sake", we have a relatively short history when compared to other sake breweries. However, we remain steadfast in our conviction that good "rice", "water", and "nature" is absolutely essential to making good sake. Good sake can only be brewed by satisfying these 3 factors. At Nihonsakari, we continue to brew sake in Nishinomiya while placing an unwavering emphasis on these factors, by making use of sakamai (sake brewing rice) that includes "Yamada Nishiki", the ideal rice for sake brewing, the famed "miyamizu", which is the ideal water for making sake, and the Rokko-oroshi north winds in winter that create the cold climate that is absolutely necessary for sake brewing. Address 4-57 Yogai-cho, Nishinomiya City, Hyogo Prefecture 662-8521 Operating hours 8:30 a.m. to 5:15 p.m. Phone no. 0798-32-2501 Sake brewery tours Not available Tasting events Not available Website Official website

  • MANDAIOSAWA BREWING CO., LTD. MANDAIOSAWA BREWING CO., LTD. Sake brewery

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    Our Tokuwaka refined sake is carefully brewed using hand-brewing techniques. "Tokuwaka" was named after a line from an auspicious song titled "Tokuwaka ni Gobanzai" (roughly translating to "cheers to youthful longevity"), and our sake was named with the hopes of celebrating such everlasting vitality and sustained prosperity. The vast majority of our sales consist of direct sales from our brewery, and we place a particular focus on "genshu (undiluted sake)", with little to no filtration performed and absolutely no water added, and our sake is immediately bottled in a condition where it is freshly pressed in order to maintain its inherent taste and aroma. Our sake truly offers consumers with a taste that can typically only be enjoyed by the brewers themselves. We invite you to enjoy the flavor of our sake that can only truly be appreciated through brewery retail. Address 1-13-25 Higashimachi, Nishinomiya City, Hyogo Prefecture 662-0922 Operating hours 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Closed on Mondays, Wednesdays(We will be open if Monday or Wednesday is a public holiday, and will be closed on the following day instead.)*Please note that we may occasionally have unannounced closures. Phone no. 0798-34-1300 Sake brewery tours Not available Tasting events Available Website Official website

  • Kiku-Masamune Sake Brewing Co., Ltd. Kiku-Masamune Sake Brewing Co., Ltd. Sake brewery

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    Our sake brewery was established in the 2nd year of the Manji era (1659) during the rule of Tokugawa Ietsuna, the fourth shogun of the Tokugawa dynasty. As the city of Edo enjoyed a period of growth and prosperity, our brewery achieved great popularity as a brewer of "kudari zake" (sake transported from Nada to Edo), and during the Bunka and Bunsei eras of the late Edo period, we were able to thrive as a sake brewery. Under our company's vision of "tradition and innovation", we continue to uphold the "Kimoto style" of sake making that we have maintained since the Edo period. At the same time, through our product development efforts, we have also launched new trend-setting products, such as our "Shiboritate Gin-pack" (silver pack carton sake), produced using our patented sake brewing yeast and techniques, which has won us multiple awards in various contests. In 2016, we also announced the launch of our new "Hyaku Moku" brand of sake. Address 1-7-15 Mikage-honmachi, Higashinada-ku, Kobe City, Hyogo Prefecture 658-0046 Phone no. Customer service center: 078-854-1043 (9:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.; closed on Saturdays, Sundays, and public holidays) Sake brewery tours Not available Tasting events Not available Website Kiku-Masamune official website

  • KENBISHI SAKE Brewing Co., Ltd., Uozaki Brewery KENBISHI SAKE Brewing Co., Ltd., Uozaki Brewery Sake brewery

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    Established in the 2nd year of the Eisho era (1505), we have traveled from Itami to Nada in our sake making endeavors that span a period from over 500 years ago to the present, and we continue to make our Kenbishi brand of sake until this day. In our pursuit of being recognized as the "number one throughout the ages", as a brewer of superior sake both in the past and in the present, we abide by our policy of sparing no effort to use and employ "high-quality raw ingredients" and "laborious handmade techniques". Under this policy, we continue to brew sake through a painstaking and time consuming process that starts with our careful management to cultivate the rice used in our sake, and involves traditional techniques that make use of natural lactic acids and sake brewing yeast. Address 5-9-3 Uozaki-minamimachi, Higashinada-ku, Kobe City, Hyogo Prefecture 658-0025 Phone no. 078-451-2501 Sake brewery tours Not available Tasting events Not available Website Official website

  • KENBISHI SAKE Brewing Co., Ltd., Hama Brewery KENBISHI SAKE Brewing Co., Ltd., Hama Brewery Sake brewery

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    Established in the 2nd year of the Eisho era (1505), we have traveled from Itami to Nada in our sake making endeavors that span a period from over 500 years ago to the present, and we continue to make our Kenbishi brand of sake until this day. In our pursuit of being recognized as the "number one throughout the ages", as a brewer of superior sake both in the past and in the present, we abide by our policy of sparing no effort to use and employ "high-quality raw ingredients" and "laborious handmade techniques". Under this policy, we continue to brew sake through a painstaking and time consuming process that starts with our careful management to cultivate the rice used in our sake, and involves traditional techniques that make use of natural lactic acids and sake brewing yeast. Address 53-10 Fukae-hamacho, Higashinada-ku, Kobe City, Hyogo Prefecture 658-0025 Phone no. 078-451-2501 Sake brewery tours Not available Tasting events Not available Website Official website

  • KENBISHI SAKE Brewing Co., Ltd., Naka Brewery KENBISHI SAKE Brewing Co., Ltd., Naka Brewery Sake brewery

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    Established in the 2nd year of the Eisho era (1505), we have traveled from Itami to Nada in our sake making endeavors that span a period from over 500 years ago to the present, and we continue to make our Kenbishi brand of sake until this day. In our pursuit of being recognized as the "number one throughout the ages", as a brewer of superior sake both in the past and in the present, we abide by our policy of sparing no effort to use and employ "high-quality raw ingredients" and "laborious handmade techniques". Under this policy, we continue to brew sake through a painstaking and time consuming process that starts with our careful management to cultivate the rice used in our sake, and involves traditional techniques that make use of natural lactic acids and sake brewing yeast. Address 4-3-21 Uozaki-minamimachi, Higashinada-ku, Kobe City, Hyogo Prefecture 658-0023 Phone no. 078-451-2501 Sake brewery tours Not available Tasting events Not available Website Official website

  • KOBE SHU-SHIN-KAN BREWERIES, LTD. KOBE SHU-SHIN-KAN BREWERIES, LTD. Sake brewery

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    Established in 1751 (the 1st year of the Horeki era), our sake brewery is known for its focus on our hand-brewing techniques and our "Fukuju" brand of sake. In addition to our "Fukuju Junmai Ginjo", which has been served at official Nobel Prize events and ceremonies, we brew a variety of sake that has earned us high praise overseas. Our brewery operates under the principle of "brewing delicious sake while minimizing environmental impact". In 2022, we released our "Fukuju Junmai-shu Eco Zero", the world's first carbon neutral sake. In our pursuit to balance tradition and innovation, our brewery has been recognized for such ecologically-friendly efforts through various environmental awards that we have received from overseas. Address 1-8-17 Mikage-tsukamachi, Higashinada-ku, Kobe City, Hyogo Prefecture 658-0044 Operating hours 11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. (sake brewery tours) Closed on Year-end/New Year holidays*Sake brewery tours may be unavailable due to conditions at the brewery. Phone no. 078-841-1121 Sake brewery tours Available Tasting events Not available Website Official website

  • Kobe Konan Muko-no-sato Kobe Konan Muko-no-sato Sake brewery

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    Address 4-4-8 Mikage-tsukamachi, Higashinada-ku, Kobe City, Hyogo Prefecture 658-0044 Operating hours [Konan Zuke Honten] 9:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m.[Konan Zuke Museum] 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Closed on [Konan Zuke Honten] Jan. 1st, Jan. 2nd[Konan Zuke Museum] Fridays, year-end/New Year holidays Phone no. Konan Zuke Honten: 078-841-1821Konan Zuke Museum: 078-842-2508 Sake brewery tours Available Tasting events Not available Website Official website

  • Yasufuku Matashirousyouten Co., Ltd. Yasufuku Matashirousyouten Co., Ltd. Sake brewery

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    Our sake brewery was established in 1751. At our brewery, we perform fermentation under cold-weather conditions and use hand-brewing techniques that only produce limited amounts of sake. Our sake features the bold characteristics unique to sake brewed using the famed "miyamizu" water, and it is representative of "the sake of Nada" that continues to mature even after it has been bottled. With a focus on producing sake that is best enjoyed during meals, we aim to brew sake that allows you to savor the distinct "umami" inherent in sake. In addition to our representative "Daikokumasamune" brand of sake, under our motto of "further enhancing cuisine", we have also developed sake that allows our customers to more richly enjoy eating and drinking, through such offerings as our "Gyu-to-Teppan" brand of sake that has been brewed to pair best with wagyu beef, as well as non-alcoholic options as our "88" cold-brewed genmaicha tea. Address 1-5-23 Mikage-tsukamachi, Higashinada-ku, Kobe City, Hyogo Prefecture 658-0044 Operating hours 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Closed on Wednesdays, Sundays, and public holidays Phone no. 078-851-0151 Sake brewery tours Not available Tasting events Not available Website [Sake Brewery official website] Yasufuku Matashirousyouten Co., Ltd. - Sake local to Nada: "Daikokumasamune" -

  • Sawanotsuru Co., Ltd. Sawanotsuru Co., Ltd. Sake brewery

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    Established in 1717 (2nd year of the Kyoho era) during the reign of Tokugawa Yoshimune, our brewery traces its origins back to when our first-generation owner began brewing sake in Nishi-Go of Nada as a subsidiary business to his rice trading business. The "※" (Japanese asterisk) used for the Sawanotsuru brand is a symbol that represents rice. Our brewery's "single-minded focus on rice, and on producing sake and Junmai sake made purely from rice" can be traced back to these origins. As the "mainstay of the sake of Nada", we aim to combine rice (Yamada Nishiki), water (miyamizu), and people (Tamba Toji) with the goal of achieving the number one quality in Japan. Address 5-1-2 Shinzaike-minamimachi, Nada-ku, Kobe City, Hyogo Prefecture 657-0864 Phone no. 078-881-1234 Sake brewery tours Not available Tasting events Not available Website Official website

  • HAKUTSURU SAKE Brewing Co., Ltd. HAKUTSURU SAKE Brewing Co., Ltd. Sake brewery

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    Established in 1743, our brewery produces sake in Nadagogo, which is home to the best sake breweries in Japan.At our brewery, we brew sake throughout the four seasons, such as our "Maru", "Josen Hakutsuru", and "Josen Namachozoshu" (low-temperature brewed sake) brands of sake, and during the winter, we employ traditional techniques to brew our "Tenku" and "Shoun" Daiginjo varieties of sake. We also develop our own in-house sake rice (Hakutsuru Nishiki) in addition to our other agricultural efforts.Under our company slogan of "Transcending time to convey our spirit of friendliness", we dedicate all of our efforts toward sake brewing, and through the brewing and sales of sake, we continue to support the food culture and lifestyles of people across the world. Address 4-5-5 Sumiyoshi-minamimachi, Higashinada-ku, Kobe City, Hyogo Prefecture 658-0041 Sake brewery tours Not available Tasting events Not available Website Official website

  • Syochikubai Brewery Co., Ltd. Syochikubai Brewery Co., Ltd. Sake brewery

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    After resurrecting the legendary "Nadaichi" brand of sake in the wake of the war, we have continued to pass down the traditional techniques that were bestowed upon us in the past. Although our sake brewery was completely destroyed due to the Great Hanshin Awaji Earthquake, thereby forcing us to scale back our operations, we continue to produce Nadaichi driven by our passion to enable our customers to more fully enjoy sake in a variety of situations, so that sake can become ubiquitous even when partaking in everyday meals at the dinner table. Nadaichi has been imparted with a flavor profile that is exquisitely subtle and refreshing so that it can pair with a wide range of dishes. We sincerely hope that Nadaichi will become a more familiar presence in your everyday dining experiences. Address 13-10 Hama-cho, Nishinomiya City, Hyogo Prefecture 662-0942 Operating hours 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Closed on Saturdays, Sundays, public holidays, and year-end/New Year holidays Phone no. 0798-34-1234 Sake brewery tours Not available Tasting events Not available Website Official website

  • Kitayama Shuzo Co., Ltd. Kitayama Shuzo Co., Ltd. Sake brewery

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    Our sake brewery was established in the 8th year of the Taisho era (1919) in Ao-cho, Ono City. Our "Shimabijin" brand of sake was named by taking the word "Shima" from "Ao-aza-Shima, Kawai-mura, Hyogo Prefecture", which was the original name of the location at which we were founded. In the 37th year of the Showa era (1962), we relocated to Nishinomiya, in our pursuit to use miyamizu as an ingredient in our sake brewing. While we suffered greatly due to the Great Hanshin Awaji Earthquake, we continue to provide our customers with reasonably priced sake that is truly delicious. Please feel free to visit us, as we offer tastings of our entire line of sake!Please note that there may be hours during which we will be unable to serve you even during our operating hours due to the limited availability of our staff. We would appreciate it if you could contact us by phone in advance when visiting. Address 8-3 Miyamae-cho, Nishinomiya City, Hyogo Prefecture 662-0947 Operating hours 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Closed on Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays, and public holidays Phone no. 0798-33-2121 Sake brewery tours Not available Tasting events Available Website Official website

  • Hamafukutsuru Ginjo Brewery Hamafukutsuru Ginjo Brewery Tour facility/direct sales location

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    With a desire to convey the culture behind the traditional art of sake brewing to as many people as possible, we have created a facility at which visitors can witness each sake brewing process from behind a glass-walled corridor. After finishing the tour, visitors can stop by our "tasting corner" to sample limited editions of our pure, freshly-brewed nama-zake (unpasteurized sake) to savor a taste unique to locally brewed sake. Visitors can also purchase original products and locally sourced specialty goods, and we welcome customers from various regions across the country and throughout the world. Our facility is a popular tourist spot that combines the 3 elements of "producing", "showcasing", and "selling". Address 4-4-6 Uozaki-minamimachi, Higashinada-ku, Kobe City, Hyogo Prefecture 658-0025 Operating hours 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Closed on Mondays (or the following day if Monday is a public holiday) Phone no. 078-411-8339 Admission fee Free of charge Website Official website

  • "Old Sake Brewery" Sawanotsuru Museum "Old Sake Brewery" Sawanotsuru Museum Tour facility/direct sales location

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    Out of the museums being operated by sake breweries, this museum is the closest one to Sannomiya Station and Shin-Kobe Station. A sake brewery that is said to have been established 170 years ago during the late Edo period can be found here, and it has been opened to the public with the aim of spreading knowledge on the culture of sake brewing and to pass it down to the next generation. At this museum, exhibits featuring precious sake brewing tools used during Sawanotsuru's 300-year history and the traditional culture of sake brewing in Nada are on display. At the museum shop located next door, gifts are on sale and visitors can enjoy free tastings of sake. Since this is a duty-free shop, it is a highly recommended stop for foreign tourists. Address 1-29-1 Oishi-minamimachi, Nada-ku, Kobe City, Hyogo Prefecture 657-0852 Operating hours 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. (reservations required for groups of 10 or more) Closed on Wednesdays (open if Wednesday is a public holiday), Bon festival holidays, year-end/New Year holidays Phone no. 078-882-7788 Admission fee Free of charge Tasting events Available Website Official website

  • OSAWAHONKE SAKE BREWING CO., LTD. OSAWAHONKE SAKE BREWING CO., LTD. Tour facility/direct sales location

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    Our sake brewery was established 250 years ago in 1770 (7th year of the Meiwa era) at a temple lodge in Sakai. According to a family tree that traces the origins of our company back to our first-generation owner, we are currently led by our ninth-generation owner.Using the same brewing methods that remains unchanged since the Showa era, we perform hand-brewing for each and every bottle of sake that we make, without relying on the use of large-scale machinery, and with the love and care of parents raising their own children. With a primary focus on brewing undiluted genshu sake, we also brew full-bodied dry sake and full-bodied sweet sake, not to mention other offerings, such as our umeshu (plum wine) made using refined sake, and we sell these products directly from our brewery. Furthermore, during the wintertime, we also offer tours of our wooden-structured sake brewery for individual visitors and groups of all sizes (reservations required). Address 1-13-28 Higashimachi, Nishinomiya City, Hyogo Prefecture 662-0922 Operating hours 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Closed on No periodic holidays.However, we are closed during the Golden Week holidays, Bon festival holidays, and year-end/New Year holidays. Phone no. 0798-33-0287 Admission fee Free of charge Website Official website

  • Hakutaka Rokusuien Hakutaka Rokusuien Tour facility/direct sales location

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    Inside of this building that was established to recreate the former residence of the Tatsuuma clan (the founding family of the Hakutaka brand), visitors can find a shop and a bar, in addition to the "Hakutaka antique collection building" that showcases traditional sake brewing tools and an "Exhibition Room on Daily Life" that features household items that were actually used during a period that spans the late Edo period to the early Showa era. Additionally, visitors can enjoy viewing seasonal plants during each of the four seasons, and this facility acts as a place at which visitors can gather and interact with each other. At the "Miyamizu Hall" on the 2nd floor, we also hold events, such as academy lectures, seasonal sake events, live jazz music events, and traditional arts performances. Address 5-1 Kurakake-cho, Nishinomiya City, Hyogo Prefecture 662-0926 Operating hours 11:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. Closed on First and third Wednesdays of the month (open on public holidays), Dec. 31st, Jan. 1st Phone no. 0798-39-0235 Admission fee Free of charge Tasting events Not available Website Official website

  • Sakuramasamune Historical Museum "SAKURAEN" Sakuramasamune Historical Museum "SAKURAEN" Tour facility/direct sales location

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    This is a commemorative museum that celebrates the "Sakuramasamune" brand that has a history that spans roughly 400 years since its inception in 1625.At this museum, which was established on the site of the company's former sake brewery that was devastated due to the Great Hanshin Awaji Earthquake, visitors can find an exhibit space featuring a wide array of exclusive exhibits that can only be seen here through which they can view precious video footage depicting the late Taisho period, and learn about traditional sake brewing tools and ancient forms of sake.The museum also features many sights to see, such as benches made from the construction materials of a sake brewery and decorative art objects made using sake casks. Address 4-3-18 Uozaki-minamimachi, Higashinada-ku, Kobe City, Hyogo Prefecture 658-0025 Operating hours 10:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. Closed on Tuesdays (open on public holidays and during December) Phone no. 078-436-3030 Admission fee Free of charge Website Official website

  • Brewery Shop "Tomyogura" Brewery Shop "Tomyogura" Tour facility/direct sales location

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    This is a direct sales location for "KOBE SHU-SHIN-KAN BREWERIES", which is home to the "Fukuju" brand of sake. Some popular items include our "Kura Jikadori Namazake" (freshly-brewed, unpasteurized sake) that can be purchased by volume and our lightly effervescent "FUKUJU KEG DRAFT", as well as special types of sake that are only available at our brewery. Furthermore, we also recommend that you try some of our original food products, such as our "sake kasu (pressed sake "cake") butter cookies" for which we received an award in the Sweets Grand Prix and our highly popular "Nara-zuke" pickles. Our shop also sells such items as rare delicacies and miscellaneous goods. Since we offer shipping services, you can shop with peace of mind even while you're traveling. You can also inquire here if you are interested in a brewery tour. Address 1-8-17 Mikage-tsukamachi, Higashinada-ku, Kobe City, Hyogo Prefecture 658-0044 Operating hours 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Closed on Year-end/New Year holidays Phone no. 078-841-1121 Admission fee Free of charge Tasting events Available Website Brewery Shop "Tomyogura" | KOBE SHU-SHIN-KAN

  • HAKUTSURU SAKE BREWERY MUSEUM HAKUTSURU SAKE BREWERY MUSEUM Tour facility/direct sales location

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    The HAKUTSURU Sake Brewery Museum was established by modifying the first sake brewery opened at the sake maker's original main branch (constructed in the early Taisho era) that had actually been in use for brewing refined sake as recently as the 44th year of the Showa era (1969). The interior of the brewery has been meticulously preserved to allow visitors to get a glimpse of traditional sake brewing processes, and life-size mannequins have been installed to help visualize the process through which refined sake is created. The historical building itself is also definitely worth a visit. Address 4-5-5 Sumiyoshi-minamimachi, Higashinada-ku, Kobe City, Hyogo Prefecture 658-0041 Operating hours 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. (last entry at 4:00 p.m.) Closed on Year-end/New Year holidays, Bon festival holidays Phone no. 078-822-8907 Admission fee Free of charge Website Official website

  • Kiku-Masamune Sake Brewery Museum Kiku-Masamune Sake Brewery Museum Tour facility/direct sales location

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    This museum is based on a theme of "learning about the roots of sake brewing". At this museum on sake, visitors can learn about the closely-guarded "Kimoto brewing" techniques of the Tamba Toji sake brewers and can view the "Nada-based Sake Brewery’s Equipment", which are a nationally designated important tangible folk cultural property. The museum also offers sake tastings of freshly-brewed genshu (undiluted sake), as well as a wide variety of sake, and visitors can shop for delicacies that pair well with sake and original museum goods. Address 1-9-1 Uozaki-nishimachi, Higashinada-ku, Kobe City, Hyogo Prefecture 658-0026 Operating hours 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Closed on Year-end/New Year holidays Phone no. 078-854-1029 Admission fee Free of charge Tasting events Available Website Kiku-Masamune Sake Brewery Museum | Kiku-Masamune - Making dry sake even more delicious through Kimoto style brewing. -

  • Kiku-Masamune Sakazuki Museum Kiku-Masamune Sakazuki Museum Tour facility

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    Based on a theme of "inviting you to visit the world of sake and sake drinking and serving vessels", this museum features a collection of sake drinking vessels made during the early modern period and beyond that have been collected from various regions throughout the country, and it provides visitors with an introduction on the evolution of sake drinking vessels in line with the history and development of sake brewing. As the quality of sake itself improved, and as a variety of ways of sake drinking became popularized, sake drinking vessels underwent various changes in terms of their materials, shapes, and sizes, etc. It can be said that sake drinking vessels evolved together with the advancement of sake culture. Through these sake drinking vessels on display, visitors will be able to experience the depth and enjoyment of sake. Address 1-9-1 Uozaki-nishimachi, Higashinada-ku, Kobe City, Hyogo Prefecture 658-0026 Operating hours Tours begin at the Kiku-Masamune Sake Brewery Museum.Tours start at: 11:10 a.m., 2:40 p.m., and 3:40 p.m. Closed on Museum holidays Phone no. Reservations and inquiries only: 078-277-3493 Admission fee Free of charge Tasting events Not available Website Kiku-Masamune Sakazuki Museum | Kiku-Masamune - From Nada to the world. - この投稿をInstagramで見る 菊正宗 kikumasamune(@kikumasamune_official)がシェアした投稿

  • Kiku-Masamune Taru Sake Meister Factory Kiku-Masamune Taru Sake Meister Factory Tour facility

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    Yoshino cedar wood materials, which are used to make the casks, are on display, and our artisans follow the same cask-making techniques that were used during the Edo period, such as "bamboo splitting", "hoop wrapping", and "cask assembly", without using any nails or adhesives. Visitors can also watch videos at the video zone and observe a cask filling area. Our cask sake has been crafted by taking carefully selected ingredients and combining them with the ideal environment for brewing sake and the techniques of our skilled artisans. This facility is not simply just a museum, but it is a workshop at which our Kiku-Masamune cask sake allows visitors to fully experience the appeal of cask sake brewing even in the present day, an art that remains unchanged and that has endured throughout the rapidly changes ages. Address 1-9-1 Uozaki-nishimachi, Higashinada-ku, Kobe City, Hyogo Prefecture 658-0026 Operating hours Tours begin at the Kiku-Masamune Sake Brewery Museum.Tours start at: 10:30 a.m., 2:00 p.m., and 3:00 p.m. Closed on Museum holidays Phone no. Reservations and inquiries only: 078-277-3493 Admission fee Free of charge Tasting events Not available Website Kiku-Masamune Taru Sake Meister Factory | Kiku-Masamune - Making dry sake even more delicious through Kimoto style brewing. -

  • Konan Zuke Museum - A Tradition of Delicious Taste Konan Zuke Museum - A Tradition of Delicious Taste Tour facility

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    The building of the Konan Zuke Museum is the former residence of the company's president that was constructed in the 5th year of the Showa era (1930). At this museum, visitors can view exhibits to learn about the history of Konan-zuke (Nara-zuke pickles) and the main regions in which sake kasu that is used as the main ingredient in Nara-zuke pickles is produced, in addition to materials that explain their relationship with "Nadagogo" and tools for making mirin that our company has used over our 150-year history. In 2010, this museum was designated as a nationally registered tangible cultural property. Address 4-4-8 Mikage-tsukamachi, Higashinada-ku, Kobe City, Hyogo Prefecture 658-0044 Operating hours 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Closed on Fridays, year-end/New Year holidays Phone no. 078-842-2508 Admission fee Free of charge Tasting events Not available Website Official website

  • Sake Museum "Hakushika Memorial Museum of Sake" Sake Museum "Hakushika Memorial Museum of Sake" Art museum/museum/cultural facility

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    This is the only museum in Japan on "sake" and "sakura". The "Sake Museum" is housed in a sake brewery that was established in the 2nd year of the Meiji era (1869), and in addition to featuring such items as sake brewing tools, this museum forms part of a cultural property that makes up Japan's cultural heritage. At the "Memorial Hall", artworks and more are on display in the "Planned Exhibitions Room", and visitors can also find a "Sake Resource Room" at which historical resources related to sake are placed on display, as well as the "Sasabe Sakura Resource Room" at which items collected by Sasabe Shintaro as part of the "Sasabe Sakura Collection" (entrusted to the museum by Nishinomiya City) are on display. Address 8-21 Kurakake-cho, Nishinomiya City, Hyogo Prefecture 662-0926 Operating hours 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. (last entry at 4:30 p.m.) Closed on Tuesdays (or the following day if Tuesday is a public holiday; closed on the day following an extended holiday if the extended holiday includes Tuesday), summer vacation period, year-end/New Year holidays Phone no. 0798-33-0008 Admission fee 500 yen (general admission), 250 yen (junior high and elementary school students) Website Official website

  • Tatsuuma Archaeological Museum (a public interest incorporated foundation) Tatsuuma Archaeological Museum (a public interest incorporated foundation) Art museum/museum/cultural facility

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    This museum was established by Hakutaka's third-generation owner Tatsuuma Etsuzo.The items on display here can be divided into a collection of archaeological artifacts and the works of Tomioka Tessai, and exhibitions where the contents displayed are changed are held during the 3 seasons of spring, summer, and autumn.Of the archaeological artifacts on display, our most famous item is a bronze bell, and visitors can also find such prized items as Jomon period pottery and bronze mirrors, the likes of which are featured today in school textbooks and supplementary books. In regards to Tessai's works, visitors can learn more about Hakutaka first-generation owner Esso's friendship with Tessai, through the commentary on the subjects of the artworks, their praises, and accompanying written correspondence. Address 2-28 Matsushita-cho, Nishinomiya City, Hyogo Prefecture 662-0962 Operating hours 10:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Closed on Mondays during seasons when the museum is open (museum is open during the following periods - Spring: end of March to early May, Summer: mid June to early September, Autumn: early October to early December) Phone no. 0798-34-0130 Admission fee 200 yen (general admission), 100 yen (senior citizens aged 65 and older/university students) Website Official website

  • Tokyo Chikuyotei Tokyo Chikuyotei Restaurant

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    Chikuyotei was established in the late Edo period at the Tokyo Asarigashi (located in modern day Shintomicho).Our restaurant expanded to open a location in the Kansai region at the urging of various luminaries of the financial world of the early Showa era, such as Kobayashi Ichizo and Chubei Itoh.We invite you to come visit us to experience the traditional flavors that have been cherished by countless literati and scholars since the late Edo period. Address 5-1 Kurakake-cho, Nishinomiya City, Hyogo Prefecture 662-0926 Operating hours [Mondays through Fridays] 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m., 5:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.[Saturdays, Sundays, and public holidays] 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m., 5:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. Closed on First and third Wednesdays of the month (open on public holidays), Dec. 30th, Dec. 31st, Jan. 1st Phone no. 0798-37-3939 Website Official website

  • café café Restaurant

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    At this cafe space, we have prepared terrace seating to allow customers to relax while enjoying a view of our garden.In addition to drinks, we also offer various light meals and sweets, and our popular menu items include delicacies typical of a sake brewery, such as our "kasujiru udon" (pressed sake "cake" udon noodle soup) and our "sake kasu cake". Address 4-3-18 Uozaki-minamimachi, Higashinada-ku, Kobe City, Hyogo Prefecture 658-0025 Operating hours 10:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. (Last call for orders is 1 hour before closing time.) Closed on Tuesdays (open on public holidays and during December)

  • Hana Sakari Hana Sakari Restaurant

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    At our "Hana Sakari" restaurant, patrons are provided with a selection of authentic Japanese cuisine that pairs well with the sake that is currently in season.Customers can enjoy kaiseki cuisine that makes generous use of carefully selected seasonal ingredients, as well as the kinds of specialty dishes that can only be found at a sake brewery, all accompanied by sake that can only be tasted here. Address 4-28 Yogai-cho, Nishinomiya City, Hyogo Prefecture 662-0921 Operating hours [Weekdays]11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. (lunch), 5:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. (last call for orders at 8:00 p.m.)[Weekends and public holidays]11:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. (lunch), 5:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. (last call for orders at 8:00 p.m.) Closed on Tuesdays, Wednesdays Phone no. 0798-32-2555 Website Official website

  • "Kura Bar" "Kura Bar" Restaurant

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    At our "Kura Bar", customers are welcomed by an impressive interior accentuated by a dignified bar counter made from a single plank of keyaki wood. Only open on Saturdays, Sundays, and public holidays, customers can enjoy seasonal unpasteurized and undiluted sake and Hakutaka's representative brand of sake, together with a carefully selected menu of sake accompaniments sourced from across the country that can also be purchased at our shop. Our menu features many seasonal limited-edition types of sake, allowing customers to fully experience each of the four seasons. Our recommended menu items include our "seasonal tasting set" (1,000 yen for 3 types of sake and 1 appetizer) and our "Nishinomiya Highball" (made using rice shochu aged in long-term storage casks) for 400 yen. Address 5-1 Kurakake-cho, Nishinomiya City, Hyogo Prefecture 662-0926 Operating hours 12:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. (last call for orders at 4:30 p.m.) Closed on Weekdays, Dec. 31st, Jan. 1st Phone no. 0798-39-0235 Website Official website

  • Brewery Restaurant "Sakabayashi" Brewery Restaurant "Sakabayashi" Restaurant

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    This restaurant has been designed with an exterior reminiscent of a wooden-structured sake brewery quietly nestled in an atmosphere that evokes images of the provincial mountain villages of Mount Rokko, at which we source our sakamai (sake rice). With a specific focus on using locally sourced ingredients, the theme for the ingredients used in our menu changes each month to provide our patrons with a varying selection of "delicious dishes". In addition to local seasonal vegetables and our specially prepared homemade tofu and soba noodles, customers will be able to partake of genshu (undiluted sake) that can only be enjoyed at our brewery, while enjoying a relaxing atmosphere and spending a most delightful time. Our winter specialty "kasujiru" (pressed sake "cake" soup) is absolutely exquisite. Our charming dining establishment also has private rooms available. Address 1-8-17 Mikage-tsukamachi, Higashinada-ku, Kobe City, Hyogo Prefecture 658-0044 Operating hours 11:30 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. *We offer 3 different menus specific to the time of day for lunchtime, afternoon, and dinnertime. Closed on Wednesdays, year-end/New Year holidays Phone no. 078-841-2612 Website Sakabayashi | KOBE SHU-SHIN-KAN

  • Hakushika Classics Hakushika Classics Restaurant

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    Based on a concept of "flowers, Japanese cuisine, and sake", this restaurant was established to provide patrons with true "richness", through experiencing the ancient Japanese sensibility of appreciating the changing of the seasons as they partake in cuisine and enjoy an ambience augmented by flowers both inspired by the four seasons. We hope that our sake will act as a bridge to bring you closer to this experience. We have prepared an elegant and slightly luxurious atmosphere where all generations of patrons can naturally come together. Address 7-7 Kurakake-cho, Nishinomiya City, Hyogo Prefecture 662-0926 Operating hours 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. (last call for orders at 2:30 p.m.)5:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. (last call for orders at 9:00 p.m.) Closed on Tuesdays (or the following day if Tuesday is a public holiday), summer vacation period, year-end/New Year holidays Phone no. 0798-35-0001 Website Official website

  • Sake Brewery Dining "SAKURAEN" Sake Brewery Dining "SAKURAEN" Restaurant

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    At this restaurant, guests can enjoy seasonal Japanese cuisine together with Sakuramasamune brand refined sake.During our lunch hours, our "sakagura gozen" meal, which consists of enjoyable dishes that make use of sake kasu (pressed sake "cake") and refined sake, and our "hangiri bento" meal, which is accompanied by anago (conger eel) seiro gohan (bamboo steamed rice), are our most popular menu items.Our "ponshu nabe" (hot pot) that has a soup stock consisting of 50% refined sake pairs excellently with our freshly-brewed unpasteurized and undiluted sake that is only available for sale at our restaurant, as well as our other sake offerings. Address 4-3-18 Uozaki-minamimachi, Higashinada-ku, Kobe City, Hyogo Prefecture 658-0025 Operating hours 11:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m., 5:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. (Last call for orders is 1 hour before closing time.) Closed on Tuesdays (open on public holidays and during December) Phone no. 078-436-3030 Website SAKURAEN (Okamoto/Motoyama area/Kaiseki cuisine) - GURUNAVI

  • Sake Bar "Sanbaiya" Sake Bar "Sanbaiya" Restaurant

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    This is a cozy sake bar that only has counter seating. At this bar, we have an ordering system where customers can enjoy up to 3 cups of sake per day, while choosing from a selection of 20 types or more of Sakuramasamune's brands of sake. We also offer a selection of food accompaniments that pair well with sake.Customers can move up in "rank" as they purchase more drinks over subsequent visits, and depending on the rank they reach, customers are presented with a Sanbaiya original sake drinking vessel as a gift! Address 4-3-18 Uozaki-minamimachi, Higashinada-ku, Kobe City, Hyogo Prefecture 658-0025 Operating hours 5:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. (Last call for orders is 1 hour before closing time.) Closed on Tuesdays (open on public holidays and during December)

  • Nadagogo Sakedokoro Nadagogo Sakedokoro Restaurant

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    At our sake bar housed in a former sake brewery, patrons can enjoy sake from 26 different breweries in Nadagogo together with a food menu that is inspired by a theme of being "seasonal, local, well-paired, and fermented". This bar was opened in April of 2022, by renovating one of the sake breweries owned by KENBISHI SAKE Brewing Co. Ltd., which boasts a history that dates back over 500 years. We aim to serve food that pairs excellently with the sake that we offer, and we intend on promoting the appeal of sake through events and other attractions in a brand new way. Address 3-11-2 Mikage-honmachi, Higashinada-ku, Kobe City, Hyogo Prefecture 658-0046 Operating hours 12:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. Closed on Only open on Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays, and public holidays Phone no. 080-7945-8291 Website Nadagogo Sakedokoro