Sake Pairing Kaiseki Experience at Sakuramasamune

Overview

Visit Sakuramasamune in Nada, Kobe for a sake pairing kaiseki experience. Established in 1625, this well-known sake brewery is credited with numerous accomplishments in the history of sake. Besides enjoying sake, you’ll also get to try on happi coats, make a bottle label, and more!

Highlights

  • A private experience limited to one person or pair per day
  • Visit a storied sake brewery with a nearly 400 years’ worth of history
  • Enjoy seasonal Japanese cuisine in a traditional Japanese-stylIf you will be dining in a tatami room for the kaiseki-and-sake-pairing course, you will be asked to take off your shoes before being seated e restaurant with a quiet, classy ambiance
  • Sample a variety of high-quality sake from one of Japan’s leading sake-producing regions, Nada
  • Experience wearing a happi coat or maekake apron, and imagine yourself as a chief brewer at a sake brewery

Key Information

Important Information

• This experience is only for guests aged 20 or older • Please refrain from drinking alcohol if you plan to drive after the experience • If you have any food allergies, please let us know in advance, and we will do our best to accommodate you • The experience fee includes making a Photograph label, but not a bottle of sake to attach the label to. If you would like to purchase a bottle of sake, you will have to pay an extra fee on-site • If you will be dining in a tatami room for the kaiseki-and-sake-pairing course, you will be asked to take off your shoes before being seated

Description

Founded in 1625, Sakuramasamune is a sake brewery located in Kobe’s Nada area, one of Japan’s top sake producing regions. This well-known and loved brewery is known for its Seisyu Masamune sake and its notable contributions to the development of the sake brewing industry. It is credited with discovering Miyamizu water — fresh spring water that’s now indispensable for Nada breweries — and pioneering the use of highly polished rice to brew tasty sake. In this experience, you can enjoy a kaiseki (Japanese haute cuisine) meal together with sake at the historic Sakuramasamune Memorial Hall Sakuraen. Besides your kaiseki-and-sake course, you’ll also enjoy a variety of cultural experiences. Put on happi coats and pose for a commemorative photo, which will then be used to make a sake bottle label. You’ll also learn about Sakuramasamune’s nearly 400-year-old legacy by watching a video about the history of sake brewing and seeing its antique sake brewing tools. This plan is limited to one person or pair per day, so book now to experience the hospitality of a prestigious sake brewery with a long history!

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