Gekkeikan Okura Sake Museum
Take in the history of Japan’s second-largest liquor brewery. Only a stone’s throw from Fushimi Inari Shrine in the country’s liquor-brewing capital of Fushimi, the brewery was opened by the Gekkeikan Sake Company in 1909. Discover the history of traditional tools and methods of sake-making with 400 sake production materials displayed (limited information is available in English-language leaflets). Be transported back to the old brewery days, with the traditional chants of sake makers echoing throughout the museum. All visitors who have paid the ¥400 (£3) entry receive a free sake tasting or postcard at the end of the visit.