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Before leaving our home country, i called in advance to make a reservation for the English tour. We left Naka an hour ahead for commuting allowance. We got lost in shin-moriyama and took a 500 yen cab ride, and was late to our scheduled beer...More
Besides the train ride this thing is free and they give you three free beers! Tours have a Japanese guide however there is an audio guide in English which can be organized if you reserve your spot by phone which the hotel can organize for...More
We made prior reservations for this scheduled free plant tour (with free tasting of Asahi beer and soft drinks) and we were not disappointed.
We were each given brochures, an audio device with English commentary.
The tour was informative & fun.
Asahi is the first...More
The tour is the typical brewery tour...we just followed a Japanese tour with an audio guide but it was still interesting...you walk by the huge tanks so the place is good for photos...the tasting of three fresh Asahis were the best part...staff really went out...More
Went to Asahi tour on monday with my friends. We reserved english audios by phone day before tour.
Getting to the beer factory was really easy. We got up on local train at the Nagoya Station and after our stop walked about 5 minutes.
Very informative tour and lots to see in the production of Asahi beer! Tours start at 11am and 2pm. Trying beforehand to let them know you want an English tour. They have English audio guides. There tasting is really cool too!! Beer is not only...More
I was in Nagoya and i thought why not take a beer tour. So luckily they had english audio player for me so i could follow along, and it was enlightening to see what goes into making beer.
And they give you three free drinks...More
An interesting tour with a diverse group of people. Children are welcome too. The tour guide was engaging and friendly. I used an electronic voice guide in English. Very easy to use and understand. After the tour you are directed to a sampling area where...More
Asahi beer company holds a tour of its factory almost everyday.
We can make a reservation via Internet but if you want to be guided in a language other than Japanese, you have to book by calling.
The plant is a little far from station,...More
We took the subway and then walked about 8 blocks (be sure to have directions ahead of time) to the brewery!
We did not have a reservation but they gladly accommodated us, we joined a Japanese tour, they gave us ear phones and an iPhone...More
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A person answered when we tried to call. Try during business hours. Tours start at 11am and 2pm. You also could get there early. We booked around 10:20am on there day for the 11am tour and got there just in time. You don't... More
A person answered when we tried to call. Try during business hours. Tours start at 11am and 2pm. You also could get there early. We booked around 10:20am on there day for the 11am tour and got there just in time. You don't want to be late! They're Japanese!!!