What we'll do
Touch the History of Sake Production
Blessed with cool weather and sweet tasty water, Saijo has long prospered as the town of sake production. Sakagura-Dori, or the area around Saijo Station, is lined with traditional brewery buildings adorned with white walls or lattice-patterned "namako" walls. Stroll along the street of Saijo, one of the three greatest Sake Production areas in Japan, dropping into breweries to enjoy tasting.
Things you need to know before the tour
※20 years old and over.
※If you want to enjoy lunch in Saijo, your guide will recommend some restaurants. Lunch expenses are not included in the tour fee.
Saijo Station ticket gate on the 2nd floor
Saijo station ticket gate on the 2nd floor
Visit the first brewery
You will have "Saijo" sake experience with a professional guide.
Visit the second brewery
You will taste sake and sweet tasty water used for brewing sake.
Visit the third brewery
You will see traditional buildings and chimneys which were designated as Heritage of Industrial Modernization.
If you want to enjoy more "Saijo" sake, your guide will take you to a restaurant where you can drink it and eat Hiroshima traditional food on your own.