May. 8 (Mon.),2023

The “Sake Brewing Tool Section” is now available for use !

The “Sake Brewing Tool Section,” which has been closed for a long time as a measure against COVID19 infection, is now available for use !

Visitors can touch traditional Nada sake brewing tools such as the “Kitsune Oke,” which resembles the shape of a fox’s (=kitsune in Japanese) face, and the “Neko,” a stepladder that resembles a stretching cat (=neko in Japanese) . There are also quiz videos to learn how each tool was used!

Please visit the Sakagura-kan of the Sake Museum.


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!