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What to expect

Recommended for all sake lovers! Visit Oyama Afuri Shrine, the god of sake, and enjoy the 2-Michelin-starred view. After lunch, head to a brewery which won a platinum prize at the French sake competition “Kura master” and try 15 types of sake.
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Tofu Lunch
Total:
Price per Adult/Child :
Adult/Child
USD 173.91
USD 173.91
Total:
Adult/Child
USD 173.91
USD 173.91
Price per Adult/Child :

Tofu with edible wild plants in Japan
Boiled tofu (Hiyayakko tofu in summer)
Edible wild plants salad dressed with Japanese taste
Egg tofu
Tofu dengaku (Miso taste)
Miso soup
Japanese pickles
Rice

*The menu is subject to change.

Overview

Morning
8 hour(s)
Available Daily
English
With pick-up
Lunch
Inclusions: Lunch / Transportation fee / Cable car fee / English-speaking assistant / Sake tasting (15 types)

Schedule

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09:00

Meet at Shinjuku Station West Gate *Detailed information will be provided.

Departure (90min.)
10:30
Arrive at the parking lot of Oyama Afuri Shrine, walk to the cable car station
Oyama Afuri Shrine (90~100min.)
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Recommended Point 1 ~ Two Michelin starred view ~
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Recommended Point 2 ~ "Afuri Beer" only available at Cafe "Saryo Sekison" ~
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Recommended Point 3 ~ Sacred spring of longevity “Oyama Meisui” ~
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Descend by cable car and meet at the parking lot
12:30
Tofu lunch (60min.)
13:30
Drive to the local sake brewery (30min.)
14:00
Local sake brewery tour (90min.)
Premium Point No. 1 ~Visit the competition-winning sake brewery~
Premium Point No. 2 ~ Tasting of 15 types of sake including award-winning sake ~
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About Kura Master, Sake competition in France
15:30
Drive to Shinjuku (90~120min.)
17:00

Tour Ends at Shinjuku Station

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Important activity information

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Important activity information

Restrictions

  • If less than 4 participants are booked, the activity may not operate.
  • According to Japanese law, sake tasting is not included for guests under the age of 20.

Additional notes

  • Depending on who is in your group, your tour guide may conduct the activity in multiple languages.

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FAQ

Q. How many wheelchairs can board the car?
A. 1 (one) participant on a wheelchair may board. If the wheelchair can be folded, 1 (one) additional wheelchair can be accommodated.
Q. Can mobility aids be stored?
A. Varies on the total number of participants, but 1 (one) may be stored.
Q. What kind of assistance will be provided for wheelchair participants?
A. Assistance will be limited to boarding and alighting the car and pushing the wheelchair. For assistance with mealtimes, restroom use, changing and other needs, a caregiver can be arranged for an additional fare.
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Payment / Cancellation Policy

Payment Methods
  • Credit card payment
Cancellation Policy
  • Any cancellations made after 00:00 local time, 10 business days prior to the activity will be subject to a charge of 100% of the total amount.
Operation days
  • Everyday
Closed days
  • Every 12/30 - 01/04, Every 08/13 - 08/15, Every 05/03 - 05/05

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Oyama Afuri Shrine (The God of Sake, Japan Heritage) and Tasting at Sake Brewery
Recommended for all sake lovers! Visit Oyama Afuri Shrine, the god of sake, and enjoy the 2-Michelin-starred view. After lunch, head to a brewery which won a platinum prize at the French sake competition “Kura master” and try 15 types of sake.