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Sake Brewery Visit and Lunch at Lotus Root Restaurant
Organized by Akiko
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Number of Guests
2 - 7 guests
Wheelchair Accessible, Stroller Accessible, Family-friendly
Vegetarian, Pescetarian, With sake, With lunch
Enjoy a delicious, beautifully presented meal featuring lotus root, then explore Mizutani Brewery, followed by a sake tasting.
Taste different lotus root dishes at a restaurant specializing in renkon cuisine!
Explore local sake brewery, hearing about the brewing process
Enjoy a tasting of a few types of sake
Crunchy and crispy lotus root (renkon in Japanese) offers a range of health benefits, improving digestion and blood pressure while being rich in nutrients. It is an important part of Japanese food culture and is used in dishes ranging from renkon chips to pickles, stir-fry to tempura. During this dining experience, you will have lunch at Hasu no Mi (蓮根の里 はすの実), a restaurant that specializes in lotus root and offers a variety of lotus root dishes. It is regularly patronized by with local customers who keep coming back for the delicious taste, fresh ingredients, and gorgeous presentation. After a delicious lotus root lunch, you will visit Mizutani Brewery, a historical sake brewery that was established at the end of the Edo Period. During the sake brewery tour, you will hear all about the brewing process, learning how just rice, water, and koji can be transformed into Japan’s national beverage. Then, you will have a sake tasting at the brewery. Enjoy local Nagoya sake as you train your palate and learn to appreciate different types of Japanese sake, one of the prides of Japan!
Transportation fees in between the restaurant and brewery
Lunch at a restaurant specializing in lotus root dishes
Sake brewery tour at Mizutani Brewery
Transportation to the meeting point
Meeting Point and Meeting Time
10 am at Nagoya Station in front of the golden clock
Please arrive on time
Nagoya’s Nakamura ward is home to Nagoya Station and the futuristic Sakae area, which is jam-packed with restaurants, bars, department stores, and hotels. Its landmark is the famous Nagoya Tower, which heads the long promenade of greenery that cuts the city with color. The iconic architecture of Oasis 21 and its glass ceilings neighbor the Aichi Prefectural Museum of Art, while the western lawns of Shirakawa Park host Nagoya City’s local art and science museums. The Osu Shopping District overflows with specialty stores and izakayas, and Nadya Park offers the latest in all things design.
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(1 - 120)
Earliest available date: December 7, 2023
Please note that the time is in Japan Standard Time.