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Updated: October 1, 2019
Ishikawa Brewery founded in 1863 is a sake brewery producing Japanese sake Tamajiman, craft beer Tama no Megumi, and craft beer Tokyo Blues, and offers guided tours (reservations required). If you are feeling hungry or in the mood for more drinks, try the on-site brewery-direct sales shop, the Italian restaurant, or explore the other shop, where you can enjoy riceballs with sake and beers that are sure to hit the right spots.
Entry is free.
Four tours suitable for Japanese visitors are available.
①Self-guided tour: Free, with English-language option. Explore the grounds at your own pace with a leaflet with a QR code.
②Sake tour: 700 yen, from 10:30 to 11:20. Discover the history of Ishikawa Brewery and learn about Japanese sake. Tasting available.
③Craft beer tour: 1,000 yen, from 14:30 to 15:20. Learn about modern and historical beer brewing. Tasting available.
④Food and sake tour: 1,800 yen, from 12:15 onward. Enjoy a tour of the brewery, as well as a meal featuring local ingredients from Tokyo's Nishi-Tama area and sake lees from the brewery. No tasting; drinks not included.
English and French tours: A free 60-minute lecture on the history of Japanese sake.
*Tasting available for adult visitors.
*We kindly ask you to refrain from translating between the participants.
Varies per activity
For updated information on opening hours, closings, prices, and more, please check the official website or ask the facility directly.