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Saijo Sakaguradori Tourist Information Center

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17-1 Saijohommachi, Higashihiroshima 739-0011 Hiroshima Prefecture
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A Guided Tour around Saijo Sake Brewery Street in Higashi Hiroshima
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A Guided Tour around Saijo Sake Brewery Street in Higashi Hiroshima

Learn all about the Japanese art of sake making in one of the largest sake-producing areas in the country. In the company of a guide, walk along Sake Brewery Street in Saojo and visit breweries to learn about (and sample) their products.
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Budjetsetter wrote a review Dec 2019
Hiroshima Prefecture, Japan78 contributions47 helpful votes
This nice information center in the heart of the sake district is a nice place to purchase souvenirs like t-shirts, sake cups, key chains, etc. They also have some pamphlets, one or two in English. There is a mini-library and many books on local history for sale (sorry, only in Japanese). The staff is friendly and helpful. The place has rest rooms for use.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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Donna V wrote a review Nov 2018
Melbourne, Australia128 contributions114 helpful votes
I cannot find a way to review this area in TripAdvisor so I add these comments to the tourist information centre. This little town is a lovely option if you have time to spend 4-5 hours on a trip from Hiroshima. it has 8 sake breweries who are well set up for tasting and you can buy bottles at each one. Nice small town, very friendly, local and everything is in walking distance. Pick up a sake brewery walking map from the tourist information centre at the JR station and take your time to wander around taste and buy a few bottles, great fun and relaxing way to spend the day.
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Date of experience: November 2018
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