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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.
$48.24 per adult
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Ivan S wrote a review Jan 2019
20 contributions10 helpful votes
It is a BRIDGE! In fact the longest suspension bridge in the world! Fantastic engineering achievement.
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Date of experience: January 2019
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Jeffrey F wrote a review Nov 2018
Ilkeston, United Kingdom1,408 contributions323 helpful votes
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I must admit – when I paid my 100 yen admission – I didn’t quite know where I was going. I imagined it was the entrance fee to the seaside park. That’s actually free. I was led by a man to the lift & whisked up the equivalent of 8 storeys (47 metres) where the small exhibition hall, with flower arranging when I went, led to an open walkway (wired grills for safety) on the underside of the massive bridge. The whole thing shook every time a vehicle passed overhead. It was certainly impressive! I tentatively walked to the glazed viewing area right under the bridge, where there was a pleasant café & further exhibits relating to the bridge construction. A further open walkway projected out 150 metres over the open sea. I’m not too good with heights & this was pretty scary. I turned back when I reached the glass floor section & sought refuge in the café! There are great views of the inland sea & the coastline both from the bridge & - more quietly – the Maiko seaside park itself, where there are some large grassed areas. I enjoyed the space, but thought though– what a shame there ere no children’s play areas. A few swings & a slide would have made the ground level area great for children. Access is directly from Maiko JR train station.
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Date of experience: October 2018
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kikiC wrote a review Sep 2018
Hong Kong, China350 contributions62 helpful votes
如果你喜歡工程項目,世界上最長的吊橋是值得一遊的。距離大阪很遠,乘火車大約需要2個小時。從神戶出發僅需30至45分鐘,因此如果您前往姬路城(Himeji Castle),建議您在此途中停留。 The longest suspension bridge in the world is worth a visit if you like engineering matters. It is only 30 to 45 mins from Kobe, so it is recommended as a pit stop if you are traveling to Himeji Castle, as it is on the way. The entry fee is reasonable and the sky-walk (roughly 40m above sea level) is around a 10 minute route. You can view the beautiful views of Kobe and its surround on the sky-walk.
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Date of experience: September 2018
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Herbert C wrote a review Sep 2018
765 contributions97 helpful votes
What better way to view the world’s longest suspension bridge than from right below the earthquake-resistant carriageway of the Akashi-Kaikyo Bridge? The entrance fee is reasonably priced and best of all, it’s fairly uncrowded even on weekends. Although this attraction is a little out of the Kobe downtown area, it can be easily accessible via the JR Sanyo line with its Maiko station stop a short walk from the base of the bridge. The best part of this attraction is walking out onto the steel gantries directly below the bridge’s carriageway and feeling the rumbling of the vehicles above. And if you’re up for it, waltz on the see-through glass, which is definitely not for the faint-hearted!
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Date of experience: September 2018
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phatrasirir wrote a review Apr 2018
Bangkok, Thailand13 contributions
Reasonable entrance fee, not a crowded people place., but my friend had lost umbrella here. I heard lot of people who talking about retrieving many things that they've lost or forgot in Japan but here.
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Date of experience: April 2018
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