Dec. 1 (Thu.),2022

New Year’s Holiday Closing Notice

The Sake Museum will be closed from December 30 (Fri.) until January 3 (Tue.), 2023 for the Year-end and New Year holidays. The museum will open again from January 4 (Wed.), 2023.

The museum is closed every Tuesday, but will temporarily open on January 10 (Tue.), 2023 for the Toka Ebisu Festival at Nishinomiya-jinja Shrine.
We look forward to welcoming you to Sake Museum.

The below exhibitions will be held from December 7 (Wed.) until January 15 (Sun.), 2023.

・Horiuchi Ebisu Collection “Auspicious Ukiyo-e”
・Sake Reference Room “The Architectural History of Sake Breweries”
・Sasabe Sakura Collection “The Culture that Influenced the Man of Sakura”

(Please click each flyer below for the detail of the exhibition.)


Sake-kun is a Kansai-jin (a person from the Kansai region) who is obsessed with sake. 
He is an experienced sake brewing craftsman.

There are hundreds of surprises about sake. Let's find them all!


Sakurako-chan is a fairy of Sasabe-zakura cherry blossom tree studying about Mr. Sasabe who had tended her.

The more we learn about Mr. Sasabe, the more we like him! As we learn more about sakura, our appreciation
for these beautiful tree grows!