Tour the Premises of Historic Ishikawa Brewery and Get a Free Sake Tasting

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This brewery first opened in 1863 but moved to its current location in Fussa in 1881. The area retains its beautiful traditional atmosphere as the old buildings are still in use. The sake brewery complex also houses an Italian restaurant, a soba restaurant, and a museum detailing the history of sake-making.

Free tours are available in English and French on weekdays. Reservations are required in advance. Free sake tasting experience included.

Book a Tour

How Much: Free, reservations for tours required

Address: 1 Kumagawa, Fussa City, Tokyo

Website: tamajiman.co.jp/en/  

Tel: 042-553-0100

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