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Enjoying delicious dishes with sake is one of the Japanese traditions, and we are really proud of it. Sake has the power to make beautifully arranged dishes even tastier and deepen our relationships. The charm of sake is one of the the reasons why we're still attractive the older we get. I would like foreigners to appreciate this charm by learning its history and variety of tastes.
Having a history of over 2,000 years, sake has been deeply involved in Japanese culture. Sake is not only consumed when people are socializing with friends, but it's also used as an offering to gods or gifted for ceremonies.
The Fushimi region, being famous for its quality water, is selected as one of the three major sake brewery spots and has been operating since ancient times. We hope you can appreciate Fushimi's breathtaking scenery, its brewery and the aroma, flavor, and depth of sake.
In this tour, you will explore one of the biggest sake breweries in Kyoto and find the perfect sake for you by tasting 22 kinds of Kyoto-made sake at a hidden sake bar.
Globally, sake is becoming more popular. Although it's being consumed more than ever before, the number of kinds imported from foreign countries is still very limited.
In Japan, there are countless types of sake available which are unique from each other. So if this tour sounds enticing to you, please join us and savor the numerous kinds of sake that are only available in Japan.
Even if you don't know anything about sake, you are still welcome to join this tour. You can learn about sake step-by-step from its history, brewing process, to distinguishing its different tastes.
If you are into Sake and try more in other cities, we have a Sake Tasting Tour in Tokyo as well. On this tour, you'll get to try different kinds of Sake at Tokyo's old sake bars with a different atmosphere. Check out Tokyo Sake Tasting Tour on the Tokyo page!
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