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Three Kinds of Sake Tasting Experience


Try three specially chosen brands of sake and get to know the intricate differences of each variety in this intimate sake tasting session.
Enjoy sake at its best in crystal glasses, taste delicious complementary Japanese snacks, and learn all about the history and culture of Japan’s favorite drink.


◆ Taste sake varieties specially chosen by sake expert, Yuzo Tsuchiya, a certified international sake taster and “sakeology” instructor who has traveled around sake breweries all over Japan in search of the best sake there is
◆ Learn all about the history, culture, and production of sake from internationally experienced national interpreter-guides
◆ Discover the importance of water and the use of brown rice in sake cultivation
◆ Find out all about the differences between the two of the most premium styles of sake: Ginjo-shu and Junmai-shu
◆ Learn what types of foods go well with each type of sake



Sake is Japan's most famous alcoholic beverage. Known around the world for its unique flavor, it is made by fermenting rice through a complex production process. Though now popular internationally as a stand-alone drink, it has been part of Japanese culture for over a thousand years, and it is deeply ingrained in Japanese religion and tradition.

Our sake tasting session is an introductory program on the culture, history, and cultivation of Japanese sake. During the session, our expert sake sommelier will explain a little about the history of sake, how sake is made, and the different sake varieties available.
Through the course of the session, you will also taste 3 different types of sake from our specially chosen collection: sparkling sake, ultra-premium daiginjo sake, and the “pure rice” sake known as junmai. These are served together with complementary Japanese dishes and snacks.

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This experience can also be provided as an add-on with the Shojin Ryori cooking experience.
In this case, the price of the program will be reduced to 3,000 yen and snacks will not be provided.



If you cancel your reservation, the following cancellation rates and remittance charges will be charged.
(1) 3-14 days prior to the program date: 20 % of the program fee
(2) 2 days before the program date: 50 % of the program fee
(3) 1 day before the program date: 100 % of the program fee
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PROGRAM FEE(Excl. consumption tax)

Fee per Person
at any time.
30 mins

Orizurutei (B208) in the Kikai Shinko Kaikan Honkan building (2 minutes north of Tokyo Tower)


2 persons
Explanation of sake and food in English

Three types of sake (60ml-75ml each)
① Sparkling 
② Daiginjo 
③ Special Junmai Sake

Snacks to go with the Sake
・Transportation to the venue
・Other food and beverages
◆In accordance with the laws of Japan, persons under 20 years of age are not eligible to participate in this program. Please be advised of this
◆ This is a shared program. Multiple groups may take this program at once.
◆ Please follow the instructions of the guide during the program. We will not be responsible for any accidents that may occur due to disobedience of the guide's instructions.
◆ The program duration stated is only an approximate. Please note that the duration of the experience may vary depending on situation and number of guests.
◆ For the cultural experience programs, you are required to meet our guide at a designated meeting place. If you are late, please contact us at 03-6432-0195 during business hours (from 8:00 to 17:00 on weekdays,from 8:00 to 10:00 on Saturdays). We may also provide you with an additional telephone number to contact in advance of the program.
Please note: The main entrance to our facility is locked on Saturday afternoons, Sundays, and national holidays. If you attend an experience on one of these days, please wait in front of the lobby and a staff member will come to meet you.
◆ If you require special assistance during the program due to any of the following: religious reasons, physical conditions, illness, allergies, or age of children, please be sure to indicate this in the remarks section of the reservation form at time of application. Please note that we cannot guarantee any arrangements or changes to the program without prior inquiry.
◆The minimum number of participants for our cultural experience programs is 2, with the exception of the kimono experience, which can be attended as a single participant (1+ participants).
◆ This program is typically held in English. However, languages other than English can also be supported. Please inquire at for details.
◆ Our business hours are from 8:00 to 17:00 on weekdays,from 8:00 to 10:00 on Saturdays.
Please note that inquiries received outside of business hours will be handled on the next business day.
The application deadline for this program is 10:00a.m. (Japan Standard Time) five business days prior to the tour date.
If you wish to apply after the deadline, please contact us at
◆Please note that we cannot guarantee arrangements for programs purchased after the application deadline without prior inquiry.




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