Sake Breweries

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Established in 1863, Ishikawa Sake Brewery is a distinguished sake maker, brewing also craft beer. We can enjoy lunch or dinner at two restaurants in the premise.

Ishikawa Sake Brewery

Fussa
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Traditional Wooden tools  that were formerly used for making sake, are on display. Learn a traditional style of making sake.

Nakamura Sake Brewery

Akiruno
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Relax in the scenic garden next to this brewery placed along Tama river. 

Ozawa Sake Brewery, founded in 1702, is the oldest sake maker around this area.

Ozawa Sake Brewery

Ome
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Since its inception in 1884, this brewery has concentrated on hand-made, low-volume production. 

(Sourse: TOKYO SAKE DAY TRIP/Tama Regional Tourism Promotion Council)

Nozaki Sake Brewery

Akiruno
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A brewery founded in 1822. Its numerous storehouses, nationally registered as tangible cultural property, and stone walls are very pretty.

(Source: TOKYO SAKE DAY TRIP/Tama Regional Tourism Promotion Council)

Tamura Sake Brewery

Fussa