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Sapporo beer is probably one of the best beers in the world!
the Sapporo museum offers beer tasting for as little as $2 USD or a tasting tray of 3 beers for as little as $6 USD. It has a very nice and cozy seating...More
My husband and I went on a group tour here in 2002 inconjunction with the Sapporo Ice Festival. We did the tour and had a delicious meal that we grilled at our table. The beer was fresh and delicious. Highly recommend.
Sapporo Beer is very famous in Japan. It has a rich taste. Visiting to Sapporo is not complete before visit to the Sapporo Beer Museum. Located near to the Sapporo Station, it can reach by walk about 30 minutes. It display the brief history of...More
Sapporo beers is one the Hokkaido famed produce with history date back to 1890. This red-brick building was originally built as a sugar factory until it was bought over by the Sapporo Breweries. This factory has been turned into a museum back in 1987. An...More
The so-called museum is a joke. What you get to see are a few videos of the history of the beer and the factory. You don’t get to see anything left from the past except s huge tank. The guided tour for a fee is...More
Tourist Attraction that located at Sapporo. The Museum offer the story how Sapporo Beer invented. The place is near Higashi-Kuyakusho-Mae Station. However if you travel with 4 people, better to get a taxi to reach the museum
Sapporo Beer Museum is 12-minute walk from Higashi-Kuyakusho-mae Station along Subway Toho Line. Just walking along a large street southward will bring you to the area, but finding a right corner to turn left is a little bit tricky. You need a navigation application or...More