Taste the Delights of Japanese Beer on a Beer Factory Tour

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Learn about the process of making the most popular beers in Japan at either the Kirin or Asahi beer factories. Learn about the histories of the different types of beer, and when you know everything, forget it again for a while with a few drinks!

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  • Learn about the refined process of making Japan’s best beers.
  • Visit a beer factory and watch the production process with your own eyes.
  • Three glasses of beer of choice are included.
  • Choose between Kirin or Asahi beer factory.
  • A licensed guide will accompany you.

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Nagoya Station Information Centre

Important Information

* You can choose between Asahi or Kirin factory

* Please book at least two days ahead of the day of the tour

* The participants must be over 20 years old to be able to try alcoholic drinks. For those who are younger or driving, soft drinks will be offered

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Tourism Designers
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Hi! We are "Tourism Designers" from Nagoya. Our mission is to create a social bridge between people and culture, enriching the hearts and minds of everyone.

We aim to develop unique experience programs utilizing the charm of Japan, local cultural resources and people to provide the best hospitality and experiences for foreign tourists.

We do our best to develop and introduce new cultural aspects and people, we design once-in-a-lifetime encounters between people and culture.

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Review (1)

  • Brad Brad

    Excellent tour!

    Kirin has been my favorite Japanese beer for years, being able to see one of their breweries was amazing. Our tour guide spoke great english, and had no trouble translating the tour for us. The free beers at the end are worth the trip, they even had a stout on tap!