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Umegae Sake Brewery Co., Ltd.梅ヶ枝酒造

Sake Brewery

"This sake brewery is located in Joma-cho, Sasebo City. Founded in the Edo period (1603-1868), it brews Japanese sake and shochu, including the brand-name sake ""Umegae."" It has also received high praise at the Annual Japan Sake Awards. It conducts free tours of the brewery (reservations required), and you can purchase products and learn about the brewing process and taste samples."


Nagasaki Pref. Saseboshi Joumachou 317 (Sasebo / HiradoArea)

phone 0956592311


Review of Umegae Sake Brewery

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Reviewed:2017/09/19 Sake Brewery with free tasting and excellent service!
I googled this place and drove there with GPS input (on Japanese GPS systems, simply use the phone number to find the place). It's a nice big brewery with a big car park, with some nice pretty...
Reviewed:2016/07/16 Nice place
Nice factory with lots of options. Shop selling their products, sake, licour, shochu, and some snaks
Reviewed:2013/01/28 Sugoi!
I was very impressed with my trip to the Sake Brewery! I did not get to have a guided English tour of the factory but they did welcome me and let me walk around on my own and take photos.

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Nagasaki Pref. Saseboshi Joumachou 317 [ map ]
Sasebo / HiradoArea
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