Kobe: Sake Tasting Tour at Local Breweries
Organized by Seigo and his team
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Dive into Kobe's sake legacy with a sake-loving expert! Visit 4 historic sake breweries in Nada (one of Japan’s top sake-producing regions), taste 12 varieties of sake on a 4-hour guided tour.
Tour Kobe’s Nada district–one of Japan’s top sake-producing regions
Refine your palate with a sake tasting session: Taste more than 12 varieties of sake in 4 hours
Learn about the history of sake, customs, brewing methods, and how to enjoy snacks that go well with the alcohol
Discover the ultimate sake haven in Kobe's Nada district, Japan's top sake-producing region. Here, history, quality rice, pristine water, and favorable weather fuse into sake perfection. Characterized by its crisp, dry taste, Nada’s sake is a testament to some of the best brewing imaginable. Roam the three-kilometer Nada stretch with your expert guide, who will take you to a variety of the best breweries and shops so you can try various types of sake. Enjoy over 12 sake varieties in 4 hours, as your guide provides expertise and insights into sake's history, customs, and brewing techniques. Dive into the sake-making world, sampling diverse brands starting at one of Nada's smallest breweries. Producing only 40,000 bottles annually, this 250-year-old brewery specializes in unpasteurized sake unique to Japan. Next, step into a liquor store founded in 1751 brimming with variety. This is where you can try "Junmai Ginjo," a special sake served at Nobel Prize banquets. Then, visit Japan's largest brewery, where you'll stroll among massive sake tanks and explore the museum. Here, you can try traditional Japanese attire and take memorable photos. Lastly, venture to an innovative brewery crafting brandy, sherry, Chardonnay-infused sake, and citrus fruit sake. Immerse yourself in history, customs, brewing tricks, and snacks on this tour of all things sake with an expert guide by your side!
A professionally guided tour of Kobe’s Nada district, one of Japan’s top sake-producing regions
Taste over 12 varieties of sake
Any additional sake tasting
Transportation to/from the meeting point
Meeting Point and Meeting Time
In front of the ticket gate of Ishiyagawa station.
If you’d like to book this experience for 8 people or more, please contact us for further information
The legal drinking age in Japan is 20 years old
Hyōgo is home to the best beef in the world, Kobe beef, and that’s not all. From vast natural parks to one of the oldest and biggest castles in Japan, this prefecture covers all bases with natural beauty and a thriving food culture inspired by Chinese and French immigrants in the port cities.
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Please note that the time is in Japan Standard Time.