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Maiko Park

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2051 Higashimaikocho, Tarumi-Ku, Kobe 655-0047 Hyogo Prefecture
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Sake Tasting at Local Breweries in Kobe
Sake Tasting and Brewery Tours

Sake Tasting at Local Breweries in Kobe

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The Nada district in Kobe is one of the biggest producers of sake (Japanese rice wine) in Japan, home to over 40 breweries. On this tour, visit four different breweries ranging from small family-run businesses to Japan’s biggest sake brewery. Along the way, sample a variety of different sakes, learn all about the brewing process, and tuck into traditional snacks including deep-fried tofu.
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Kimitaka S wrote a review Jul 2020
Taichung, Taiwan9,312 contributions462 helpful votes
This park near Akashi Kaikyo Bridge is the best spot to view the bridge. In the park there is also a museum about Sun Wen, and along the seaside you can enjoy a very pleasant walking. It is suitable to bring children too. Unfortunately it was rainy on the day I visited. So, I would like to return on a sunny day again.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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Olivier P wrote a review May 2019
Lyon, France59 contributions9 helpful votes
Attraction is Akashi bridge. Structure and size of this bridge is quite impressive. Japanese go there to fish or to make walk. It quiet but there is only concrete.
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Date of experience: May 2019
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kikiC wrote a review Sep 2018
Hong Kong, China350 contributions62 helpful votes
The park forms part of the Maiko Bridge grounds and they had fitted a few historical museum in the park. The parks is frequent by locals and is a very nice open space for relaxing, and sunset watching!
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Date of experience: September 2018
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Darren S wrote a review Aug 2018
Bright, Australia2,408 contributions582 helpful votes
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After spending many days in the hectic cities and having a fee day we decided to head to Maiko Park and in particular to visit the Akashi Kakyo Bridge. Just over a 45 minute train journey from Osaka to Maiko station with nice views along the trip. To smell the fresh sea air was a lovely change from the city life. Only 250 yen to go up to the observation deck with stunning views all round and grab a bite to eat or just a coffee. The highlight is the glass floor just watching the different reactions of people had me in tears I could have sat there for hours but there wasn't many people visiting on this day. Walk along the water front and see the locals swimming with the lifeguards keeping a keen eye out for them p. s. I think there was more lifeguards than swimmers. Watching the traffic and large container ships going under the bridge was a great way to relax for a few hours.
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Date of experience: August 2018
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Irina K wrote a review Mar 2018
Kobe, Japan31 contributions14 helpful votes
Good place to enjoy a sunny day. Quiet and peaceful. You can observe fishermen at work. You can visit Akashi kaikyo exhibtiion center, or join a tour (if you book it ahead of time)
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Date of experience: March 2018
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