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Sake Cellar Tours: the Dragonfly label at Izumibashi Sake Brewery and the Matsumidori of Nakazawa Sake Brewery

Central Area 7h

After getting a sense of the history behind sake brewing, you’ll pay a visit to Odawara Castle on this rather different course. In additional to the two popular sake breweries in Kanagawa Prefecture, you’ll also be visiting a factory of the largest domestic producer of milk in Japan: Megmilk Snow.

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Megmilk Snow Ebina Factory

The Megmilk Snow Ebina Factory is the main factory in the capital region. It is the largest urban milk factory within Japan. Observation tour courses include the production of milk, juice, and drinkable yogurt as well as the making of cartons and plastic bottles. You’ll be able to observe the manufacturing process of milk and dairy products, watch videos on them, and sample the final products. ...

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Izumibashi Sake Brewery

Founded in 1857, Izumibashi Sake Brewery is not only a sake brewery but also a cultivator of rice. We see sake as an agricultural by-product, and make sake by growing good rice first. Early Morning Sightseeing The rice paddies glittering with morning sunshine remind you of a good old Japanese morning. Wake up totally refreshed as you take a tasty sip of Japanese sake made of rice harveste...

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Nakazawa Sake Brewery

※Need to book before 3 days by phone (0465-82-0024) or email. Nakazawa sake brewery is the sake brewery located in Matsuda-cho, Ashigara. Mainly selling Japanese-sake and the major brand is "Matsumidori". Early Morning Sightseeing A long-established sake brewery dating back to 1825. Using subsoil water from the Tanzawa Mountains, the sake has a silky texture and mild flavor. Brewery tours...

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Odawara Castle

This is a symbol of the Odawara family that was rebuilt in 1960. After the main castle underwent major reconstructions, dubbed the Great Heisei Restoration, there are now graphics introducing the castle, a theater exhibition and interactive exhibits that allow visitors to try on armor in the castle grounds. Rental costumes of samurai, princesses, ninjas, as well as an amusement park are also av...

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Odawara inn livelihoodExchange Center

This facility is intended to re-establish the old network wholesaler which was built in 1932. A casual rest house for any visitors. Local people have the opportunities to show their activities. On the 2nd floor, there are rooms for locals to present their information and skills. Locals and visitors meet up in this space. A special lantern "Odawara Chochin (lantern)" is famous in Odawar...

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