Murata

Murata

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I am the owner of the Japanese sake restaurant "Chinju no Mori". This place is well known as the most secretive Japanese Sake restaurant, which owns a collection of more than 4000 bottles of Japanese sake. "Chinju no Mori" is frequently quoted as the "sacred place of Japanese sake lovers". Even though we are a closed membership only restaurant, we are willing to open our place to non-Japanese travelers in order to expand the fan base of Japanese sake.

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2 Reviews for Murata

  • Cangie Cangie

    Experience Japanese sake at a sacred place for sake lovers

    Experience Japanese sake at a sacred place for sake lovers Great izakaya experience, not only the sake tasting but the dishes as well.

  • John John

    Experience Japanese sake at a sacred place for sake lovers

    Experience Japanese sake at a sacred place for sake lovers Govoyagin were incapable of linking my booking code to my event, did not answer the questions I raised in regard to the venue and therefore I had no option but to abort the trip. The service was appalling. However, I am not expecting this review to be posted to prevent the disappointment of others. I received confirmation of acceptance of my booking just hours before I was due to go but the website is so cumbersome it couldn’t provide the information required nor could their messaging service. With so many other similar travel sites available I certainly won’t be using govoyagin again.

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