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Not only a museum but also a restaurant. The museum has a beer tasting room the the beir Garten (beer garden) has some great food. Not open on Mondays found out the hard way. If your in Sapporo this is a must stop. Fast and...More
We did the “free” self-tour which was not very interesting. I’m sure it would’ve been more informative with a guide. Not much to the museum though. We ate at its Lilac Restaurant/had the crab, cheese and rice tureen which was very good.
Too bad the...More
The museum is small and everything is in Japanese, but it was very fun and offered a beer tasting at the end for cheap. Worth the trip if you are in Sapporo. Sapporo black label (which we couldn't find in any conbinis) was surprisingly good!
Such an intriguing and interesting place.
As an avid beer fan, this place ticked all the right boxes.
Great history and explanation to how Sapporo beer started off.
Lovely beer hall to have a few brews afterwards too.
Perfect way to spend a few hours...More
The museum was really small and probably needs less than an hour to complete.
Nothing much unless you're really interested in the history of Sapporo Beer.
The entry is free so that's not too bad as it's not worth the money if we need to...More
There's really not much to do here unless you are really keen on the history of Sapporo beer and as expected not much on offer for kids. Museum itself is fairly small and you'll breeze through fairly quickly. There's a choice of a free tour...More
I recommend coming by in the fall since the leaves turning give it a great feeling. I took the free tour which was okay, just really short. If I could do it again I'd pay for the guided tour. The beer tasting and shops were...More
The Beer Museum can be accessed by the "Loop 88 Factory Line" bus that stops among other places at Odori Station and in front of Seibu department store near Sapporo Station (departures every 20 minutes, 210 yen per ride... More
The Beer Museum can be accessed by the "Loop 88 Factory Line" bus that stops among other places at Odori Station and in front of Seibu department store near Sapporo Station (departures every 20 minutes, 210 yen per ride). Alternatively, it is a 25 minute walk from JR Sapporo Station or a 15 minute walk from Higashi-kuyakusho-mae Station on the Toho Subway Line.