Visit the Nakamura Shuzo Brewery and Sake Museum

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Established in 1804, Nakamura brewery uses groundwater from the crystal clear Aki river for its sake production. There are no regular tours available, but there is a museum open in the afternoons that explains the process of sake brewing.

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How Much: Free

Address: 63 Ushinuma, Akiruno‐City, Tokyo

Website: chiyotsuru.jp 

Tel: 042-558-0516

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