Industrial Tourism in Japan
Daisekkei Sake Brewing Co.,Ltd.
Established in 1898, Daisekkei, meaning “Big Snow Valley”, is located at the foot of the Northern Alps of Japan.
The region is home to many wasabi (Japanese horseradish) fields. We produce high quality sake using pure water running from the mountains and locally grown rice. We stick to our tradition in making sake. The vital elements for the making of good sake, such as a cool climate, are all here in Azumino, which also boasts a charming pastoral scene. Come join us here, and see for yourself how sake is made.
9642-2 Aizome, Ikeda-machi, Kitaazumi-gun, Nagano-ken
About 20 minutes by car from the Azumino Exit of the Nagano Expressway
Parking (passenger car): Available (on/near the facility)
Parking fee (passenger car): Free
Parking (tour bus): Available (large, medium) (on/near the facility)
Parking fee (tour bus): Free
|Working days and hours||8:00-17:00|
|Closings||Saturday, Sunday, Public Holidays|
|Visitor capacity||Please contact us|
|Time required for a tour||1 hour|
|Other conditions||Tours will be given in Japanese|