Toshimaya Shuzo Sake Brewery ＆Narita Tour , Tokyo
¥ 16,500 - ¥ 31,500
Tour Date: on Saturday only
Tour Time: 10:00 A.M. to 3:30 P.M.
Reservation: by e-mail from the booking form
Mode of transportation: on foot or by public transportation.
@JPY3,000 × 5 hours, total JPY15,000 (1 - 3 people) , transportation cost of JPY1,500 for the tour guide
@JPY4,000 × 5 hours, total JPY20,000 (from 4 people, transportation cost of JPY1,500 for the tour guide,
Large group from 8 people @JPY30,000 per tour, transportation cost of JPY1,500 for the tour guide
1. transportation fee
2. the sake brewery facility tour charge (JPY1,000.00 per one person)
2. the cost of lunch during the lunch time
Please notify in case of cancellation.
＊No refund from one day before the tour
＊50 % refund from three days before the tour
＊70 ％ refund from a week before the tour
＊Full refund more than a week before the tour
Since this tour will be conducted on foot and by using public transportation, please apply for travel insurance on your own.
This Tour Course
Higashimurayama City in Tokyo is located almost at the center of the Musashino Plateau. It borders Tokorozawa City in Saitama Prefecture to the north by the Sayama Hills and the Yanase River, Kiyose City and Higashikurume City to the east and southeast, Kodaira City to the south, and Higashiyamato City to the west. Higashimurayama has a wooded and rural landscape that retains the atmosphere of Musashino, with lush greenery that will soothe the hearts of those who take a stroll and forget the hustle and bustle of the city center.
Founded in 1596 as a sake seller and a drinking establishment, Toshimaya started sake brewing in Nada in the Meiji period, and opened a sake brewery in Higashimurayama in the early Showa period, which is known for its brand-name sake "Kinkon Masamune" and "Okunokami". This course offers a valuable experience to take a tour inside the brewing facilities including sake tasting and visit Shofukuji Temple, Daizenin Temple, and Suwa Shrine, which are prominent power spots in Tama District, to discover the charms of Higashimurayama.