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Ishikawa Brewery

1 Kumagawa, Fussa 197-0003, Tokyo Prefecture
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cool history of sake brewert

We took the train to go to the brewery and walked for about 15 - 20 minutes we emailed them to... read more

Reviewed March 5, 2018
Noni T
Quaint but fun brewery tour

While it’s a little bit outside of Tokyo, this brewery is still quite accessible by the metro... read more

Reviewed January 10, 2018
Sam CW L
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Toronto, Canada
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1 Kumagawa, Fussa 197-0003, Tokyo Prefecture
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Reviewed 5 March 2018

We took the train to go to the brewery and walked for about 15 - 20 minutes we emailed them to book the tour and requested for an english speaker guide. The tour it self is free this brewery is small but amazing, they showed...More

Thank Noni T
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Reviewed 10 January 2018 via mobile

While it’s a little bit outside of Tokyo, this brewery is still quite accessible by the metro system. The tour (offered in English to us) was detailed and full of history. Even though we weren’t allowed to view the production, we did get a good...More

Thank Sam CW L
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Reviewed 22 June 2017 via mobile

We visited the brewery with friends and caught the train 1-2 past the brewery and then walked back along the river bank. So beautiful and a must do. We then visit the brewery and had a light lunch prior to tasting several Saki samples. Quite...More

Thank Steve C
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Reviewed 23 May 2017 via mobile

A traditional sake/beer brewery run by the same family for generations. Reservation required. Very knowledgeable guide - beautiful location. Factory tour, tasting, small museum, gift shop, and restaurant. Highly recommend!

2  Thank Carolyn P
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Reviewed 24 April 2017

This is a short tour, about an hour and you can call ahead to get on English speaking tour. There is no charge for tour and parking is available. Very interesting to hear about history of Sake brewing in Japan. There is a short amount...More

3  Thank Shel P
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Reviewed 9 April 2017 via mobile

My wife took me here for lunch to celebrate my birthday. The food is scrumptious and the local micro brews are amazing. The compound has several buildings including two restaurants and a souvenir shop as well as beautiful and relaxing gardens. While this is an...More

1  Thank TravelinDeweyIV
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Reviewed 9 December 2016 via mobile

We called ahead to book an English tour of the traditional Sake brewery and the newer beer brewery. They have a small staff and quickly put us in touch with someone who was very fluent in English to make the arrangements. They were very helpful...More

2  Thank iaamg
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Reviewed 13 September 2016 via mobile

Kaiko-san took us on an English tour of the facilities. The structures are considered national heritage sites due to their rich history. It was not sake brewing season so we were not able to view the actual brewing process, but the brewing process was explained...More

2  Thank Vitothedog
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Reviewed 13 September 2016 via mobile

The brewery itself isn't big and doesn't have much to see, maybe it is because we didn't book for guide tour. But we tried western restaurant, the food is amazing. It's simple with original taste of the food with proper seasoning. It is the best...More

2  Thank patiencehsu
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Reviewed 5 August 2016 via mobile

There are two restaurants here and we ate at the non Japanese spot. The food was amazing! And so was the service. The pumpkin soup was some of the best I've had! Make sure to make reservations- they speak enough English to do so!

2  Thank Leisy M
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Carolyn2261
28 October 2016|
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Response from Vitothedog | Reviewed this property |
You need to make reservations. The tour is free and they are very accommodating. Their email is on their website.
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NPLFC
10 October 2016|
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Response from Vitothedog | Reviewed this property |
Because Trip Advisor does not allow html, please combine the following for the email address with no spaces between: liveinfo@tamajiman. co. jp
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giraffez
24 September 2016|
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Response from Cindy H | Reviewed this property |
You can use Google Maps to get the directions from your starting point. I took one train directly from Shinjuku station to Haijima station and walked another 15-20 minutes from there.
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