Tokyo is a perfect place to experience sake and the culture of Japan’s iconic drink. From all-you-can-drink, brewery tours and tasting sessions, there’s something ‘sake’ to suit all tastes.
Sake tasting is one of the most popular food and drink tours in Tokyo.
Learn about Sake from a master in this tasting lesson and all-you-can-drink bar session. Discover the history, ingredients, brewing process, features and types of Sake.
Take a journey through 100 different tastes of Sake from across Japan at a local bar in Asakusa, Tokyo.
- Two hours A-Z Sake lesson and guided tasting from a Sake master
- Cheat sheets and lesson handouts to take home
- Three hours all you can drink taster session which includes Sake, Plum Wine, and liqueurs
- Food options: bring your own, Yakitori or Sushi
Ultimate Sake tour to visit a brewery and indulge in a tasting session. Discover Sake’s history, interesting anecdotal stories and culture from a brewer. Learn Sake production and both manpower and technology employed in the manufacturing process.
Explore different flavours of Sake to find your favourite in the taster session.
- Tour a Sake brewery near Tokyo
- Learn everything about Sake from a professional guide and Brewer
- Explore many varieties of Sake in the taster session
- 5 hours Sake tour which includes a handbook and photo
Enjoy a beautiful Japanese garden, Sake tasting and Tokyo’s evening lights. Witness the city change from daytime into nighttime as you walk between a few sights.
Choose from 40 different varieties of Sake and explore different flavours, grades and regions.
- Stroll through Kyu Shiba-rikyu Gardens, built by samurai and owned by Japan’s Imperial family
- Discover types of Sake in a tasting session
- View Tokyo’s evening lights from the observation deck of the World Trade Centre
- 3 hours relaxing tour with a local guide
Sake Tasting and Brewery Tours in Tokyo
Tokyo is the restaurant capital of the world and also has a thriving bar culture. Japan’s capital consumes the highest quality and volume of sake.
The sake experience is more than tasting and brewery tours. Through sake, you’ll go deeper into Japanese history and culture. In Shinto religion, drinking sake brings people closer to Gods.
Japan’s capital is often visitors first stop in the country. A sake tasting or brewery tour is a great way to discover Japanese culture.