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Otokoyama Sake Museum

The Otokoyama Sake Museum tells about not only the 340-year history of Otokoyama, but also about the history of one of Japan’s traditional industries: sake making. In the museum, you can see Utamaro's ukiyoe, and many important items from the Edo period.

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Access

Sake Museum
2-7 Nagayama, Asahikawa Hokkaido, JAPAN

*Car information*
From Asahikawa Station, it approximately takes 15 minutes by car.
From Asahikawa Airport, it approximately takes 30 minutes by car.
*Bus stop information*
Bus numbers: 667 , 67 , 70 , 71 , 669
Get off the bus at Nagayama 2-6

Admission

Admission fee Free
Working days and hours 9:00 - 17:00 (Final entrance time 16:30)
Closings from Dec 31 to Jan 3
Visitor capacity 100
Time required for a tour 30 min
Language Japanese,English
Chinese, Korean, Thai (guidance board, pamphlet)
Reservation Required
Tel:  +81-166-48-1931
E-mail: info@otokoyama.com
<Restaurant owner or person in a restaurant business>1: Restaurant name 2: Restaurant address 3: Restaurant telephone No. 4: Your name 5: Your address 6: Your telephone no. 7: Whatever information you have is appreciated, a brief description is sufficient.
<Public>
1: Your name 2: Your address 3: Your telephone no.
Fax:  +81-166-48-1910
Other conditions Large groups should contact us to make a reservation before visiting the museum.
Please call 0166-47-7080, or fax 0166-48-1980.
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