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The free tour museum is so so. I haven’t tried the paid tour.
You would save more money if you buy the beer set! It’s pretty delicious. The beer goes really well with Gouda cheese. It was a great experience!
we walked from Sapporo Station; after exiting on the north side, we followed along near the tracks until they veered away; coming to a dead end, we hung a left. After passing the Book Off / Hobby Off, we took a right and came to...More
Whether you are a beer enthusiast or only have a slight interest in beer, I would really recommend checking out this museum while in Sapporo. There is no separate admission fee for the exhibits, and the content ties in really well with some of the...More
I didn't think the visit was all that. This is Japan and everything should be in Japanese, so there really wasn't very much English to read or hear for that matter. The guided tours are all in Japanese as well as are most of the...More
You can visit, it's free and a shuttle bus is available from and to the Sapporo station.
The guide viait is only in Japanese, but everything is translated in English for the free tour.
After the visit you can enjoy different beers (fares apply).
The beer museum in January takes on a magical spirit by night lit with festive lighting through the surrounding gardens! Take in the museum and then book a table at the Beer Garden Restaurant next door!
The Sapporo Beer Museum is located in a very picturesque old brewery,, and looked beautiful in the fresh white snow and clear blue skies the day we visited. We did the free tour, wandering around and finding the information available about the history of the...More
We strolled around this small museum before heading to the beer garden for our dinner reservation. It's small but bigger than the Ebisu one in tokyo. Most of the descriptions are in japanese and we didn't feel the need to ask if there were any...More
We visited the beautiful Sapporo beer museum in the autumn and I loved the colourful trees on the grounds. There was a sunflower patch and we spent a long time taking photos of the outside.
The interior was quite busy but had accessible information for...More
I'm not sure what the paid tour was like, I did the solo free tour and wandered around the museum. It was actually quite interesting reading up on the history of Sapporo Beer and how it came to be the beer it was today. I...More