The Kikusui Brewery has opened the Kikusui Sake Culture Institute to the public, which has conducted extensive historical research in order to create things that make Japanese sake more enjoyable. The Takasawa Family (the brewers of Kikusui) created their garden using vacant land once owned by Taiami Tanaka, a master gardener who has restored some of Japan's most famous gardens, and have also opened it to the public.
In addition, the shop attached to the head office sells a variety of products, including limited-edition sake that can only be purchased here, fun sake containers, local sweets, and specialty products.
Come and discover a new way to enjoy sake at Kikusui Brewery in Shibata-sh, Kita Echigo. </p><p>They are looking forward to your visit.
[Please contact them in advance for tours of the Kikusui Sake Culture Institute and the Brewery Garden]
◆Please read the following information before you make a reservation
＊Please note that the content and time of the tour may change or be canceled in order to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
＊The maximum number of people per tour is five. If there are more than six people, we will divide the group.
・Tour: ①10:00 ②10:30 ③14:00 ④14:30
For the time being, in order to prevent the spread of COVID-19, the above times ① through ④ are limited to one group per timeslot.
・Time required: about 60 minutes
・Admission Fee: Free
・Reservations: We accept reservations by phone or e-mail.
- Niigata PrefectureShibata-shi750 Shimagata
- Opening Times
- Mondays (or the next business day if Monday is a holiday)
- ●3.2 km from JR Shibata Station
●7km from Seiro-Shibata Interchange
- Car Park
- 5 spaces
- Official Website