Koyama Shuzou/Akabane Tokyo
The tour in a wine cellar is also possible at downtown in Tokyo.Edo local brand of sake "Marushin Masaune" is drinkable. And you can explain a video showing of a process of sake brewing.
Suehiro Shuzou/Aizu wakamatsu Fuushima
Acquirement can be seen around here.Original Nihonshu is being produced by a reservation system.
120,000 people every year visit.400 tools of Nihonshu brewing are exhibited.
Ishikawa Shuzou/Fussa Tokyo
Old sake brewing can be seen.You can feel like having time-travelled to the Edo Period.There is a restaurant where Italian food and sake can be enjoyed.
The long-established store where it's here from 300 years before.There is a reference library where history can also be learned.
Sake or saké is an alcoholic beverage of Japanese origin that is made from fermented rice. Sake is sometimes referred to in English-speaking countries as "rice wine". However, unlike wine, in which alcohol (ethanol) is produced by fermenting sugar that is naturally present in grapes, sake is produced by a brewing process more like that of beer.