Go on a sake tasting tour in a sake brewery in Tokyo

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Do you like sake? There are a few sake breweries in Tokyo metropolitan area but only one of them is close to the city's center. Join this tour and you can easily become a sake tasting master!

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  • Learn how to make sake!
  • Taste many kinds of sake!
  • Become a real sake tasting master!
  • Located close to Tokyo's center!

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Akabane-Iwabuchi Station on Namboku subway line


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Meet your host :
Yu
Yu
  • English (Intermediate)
  • 日本語 (Fluent)
  • Español (Beginner)

Hi, my name is Yu! I think Japan has so much to see. I want to introduce the "local" and "unknown" parts of Japan to foreign travelers. I love seeing travelers and Japanese get to know each other and laugh together, so I want help create those scenes.

I've lived in Tokyo for 25 years. After working at an advertising company for 8 years, I took a 1 year trip around the world in 2013. I've been to 26 countries. I've spent 7 months in South and Central America and 3 months in Africa, Europe, and India.
At the beginning of 2014, I came back and started working for in tourism.

My hobbies are running, playing football, and boxing.

If you're interested in, please feel free to contact me, I hope to meet you. Let's walk and laugh together!!
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Review (1)

  • Peng Fi Peng Fi

    Discover the Best sake in Tokyo

    Before visiting the brewery our guide Yu gave us a brief introduction to Japanese culture and yes the god of Sake. The sake master at the brewery personally introduce us the brewery process and sake tasting. This exquisite tasting is one of ghe finestt I ever had. Finally Yu was most kind and went out of the way to bring us for some traditional oden, I even had the soup mixed into my sake for an extraordinary tasting sake. Cheers !

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