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Kyoto Sake Breweries and Fushimi Inari Tour
Organized by Chisato
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1 - 10 guests
Combine visiting some of Japan's most popular shrines with tasting different types of local sake on this walking tour with a twist.
Visit two local sake breweries
Visit Fushimi Inari Shrine and Tofukuji Temple
On this walking tour you will cover some of the two things that Japan is best known for: shrines and sake. This tour combines the best of both worlds including walking to one of the most popular shrines in Japan, Fushimi Inari, and sake brewery hopping at local sake bars. You're able to try locally produced sake at different breweries visiting two sake breweries. Here, you will learn about how sake is made and the process and history behind it and its role within Japanese culture. You will then stop for a spot of lunch and sake tasting where you will compare and sample different types of locally produced sake. Afterwards, you will be guided along the hidden walk from the Fushimi Inari shrine, to the Tofukuji Temple. Fushimi Inari is one of the most famous Shinto shrines in Japan and is best known for its bright orange torii gates that line the path up to the shrine. It's dedicated to Inari who is the Shinto god of rice. Foxes are thought to be the Inari's messengers and you'll be able to spot plenty of fox statues dotted around the shrine grounds. The Tofukuji temple is a large Zen temple that was founded way back in 1236, and it's particularly famous for the spectacular display of autumn colours.
Entry to Sake museum and Fushimi sake village
Meeting Point and Meeting Time
Pick-up available at either Kasuga Hotel or Nara Hotel
Not recommended for pregnant travellers
Travellers with heart problems or other serious medical conditions are advised not to participate
Travellers should have a moderate physical fitness level
Please wear appropriate walking shoes
Featuring beautiful landscapes from mountain to sea, Kyoto Prefecture conveys traditional Japanese culture through its architecture and gardens, art and artisanal crafts, and delicious local cuisine made from regional produce.
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Please note that the time is in Japan Standard Time.