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Sakuramasamune Kinenkan Sakuraen

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A Japanese Restaurant Attached to a Sake Exhibition and Shop

Sakuraen is one of the two Japanese sake museums or exhibitions which has a restaurant. As we... read more

Reviewed December 31, 2017
Kwakaku
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Sakai, Japan
Re Built Following an Earthquake

This museum offers a video showing how sake is made and fortunately the voiceover is in English... read more

Reviewed November 18, 2015
joy l
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Derby, United Kingdom
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Dec 31, 2017
“A Japanese Restaurant Attached to a Sake Exhibition and Shop”
Jun 4, 2018
“Great Artisan Brewery”
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4-3-18, Minamimacho Uozaki, Higashinada-ku, Kobe, Hyogo Prefecture
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Reviewed June 4, 2018 via mobile

This brewery produce many limited production Namazake, which is unpasteurized sake that require refrigeration at all time and rarely exported outside of Japan. There are both free tasting and tasting for a fee for the pricier selections. As usual, there are other sake related food...More

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Reviewed December 31, 2017

Sakuraen is one of the two Japanese sake museums or exhibitions which has a restaurant. As we arrived at the the other too early, we extended our trip to this one. The exhibition itself isn't a big one, but you can take a photo there...More

Thank Kwakaku
Reviewed October 28, 2017 via mobile

Lunch and dinner is served along with "house" sake(not included in meal) I ordered the Hanashizuku Kaisei which consisted of: 3 appetizers 3 sashimi Seasonal vegetables and beef tenderloin grilled on a small ceramic plate (you do it) Tempura Bowl of rice (along with some...More

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Reviewed November 11, 2016 via mobile

We got to the Brewery area late and the lady in the store was really kind to make a little sake tasting for the two of us. Even if we didn't speak more than a few words in japanese, and she none in english, she...More

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Reviewed November 18, 2015

This museum offers a video showing how sake is made and fortunately the voiceover is in English. It lasts 10 minutes It shows how sake is only make in the winter using new rice and water. You are then able to walk around the museum...More

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