Tentatively scheduled for March 2022, we plan to visit the largest sake-producing regions in Japan. Hyogo and Kyoto produce the most sake than any other prefecture.
Kansai Region Tour
Some activities we are planning for this tour which is still under development. We will finalize the itinerary and schedule the tour, tentatively for 2022, once COVID-19 travel restrictions are lifted.
Osaka, Kyoto, Nara, Hyogo
We plan to visit Daimon Shuzo and have dinner at Mukune-tei, located inside the 200 year-old brewery. The off to the Fushimi District of Kyoto where some of the most delicate sake is produced as the water is Kyoto is known to be soft and delicate. Travel back in time as we visit breweries in Nara and the Shoryakuji Temple, known as the place where seishu (clear sake) originated in Japan. Finally we'll enjoy a stay at an onsen in Hyogo and enjoy authentic Kobe Wagyu, all of this while taking in more breweries in Hyogo, the largest sake producing region in Japan.
These are the tentative plans for the Kansai region. Please check back regularly for updates about the full itinerary and dates.