Industrial Tourism in Japan
Since its founding in 1867, our company has been brewing from fine rice and carefully selected spring water from Tsukuba. In order to maintain our consistently high quality, our sake is hand made under the care of a master brewer, without the use of machines. This dedication has been widely recognized, and about two to three years ago we began exporting overseas. Currently, it is enjoyed in four countries other than Japan. Tsukuba is home to many research institutes and we are always ready to explain the fermentation process of sake for our guests from overseas.
1485, Numata, Tsukuba City, Ibaraki
Get off at Tsukuba Express Tsukuba Station. Ride a north-bound bus and get off at “Tsukubasan-guchi.” From Tsukubasan-guchi bus stop, it is a 10 minute walk.
Parking (for passenger cars): Available within the facility
Parking fee: Free of charge
Tour bus parking: Available (both oversized vehicles and medium-size vehicles) within the facility
Tour bus parking fee: Free of charge
(Sake tasting: ¥540)
|Working days and hours||9:00 - 18:00|
|Time required for a tour||40 min|
English (Brochure/video/images/accompanying guide)
Please refrain from putting on perfume and fragrance as much as possible.
Please do not eat natto in the morning when you come to visit.
As the building has remained unchanged over the last 150 years, the brewery is not barrier-free.