General Information

Address
8-21, Kurakake-cho, Nishinomiya City, Hyogo Prefecture 662-0926 Japan
Hours
10:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.(Admission until 4:30 p.m.)
Holiday
Tuesdays(If a Tuesday is a national holiday, the museum is open on the day and closed on the next business day.), Summer Holidays (3 days), the Year-end and New Year holidays.
TEL
0798-33-0008
FAX
0798-32-2790
E-mail
sake-museum☆hakushika.co.jp
※When sending an email to us, please change the “☆” mark to “@” mark.

Admission

●When both Kinen-kan and Sakagura-kan are open(Combination ticket)

Individual Group(Over 20 visitors)
General Admission 500yen 400yen
Junior High/ Elementary School Students 250yen 200yen
Persons with disabilities(with official ID) 250yen 250yen
Residents of Nishinomiya City over 65yrs old(with official ID) 250yen 250yen

●When only Sakagura-kan is open (At times when Kinen-kan is between exhibits)

Individual Group(Over 20 visitors)
General Admission 300yen 240yen
Junior High/ Elementary School Students 200yen 200yen
Persons with disabilities(with official ID) 200yen 200yen
Residents of Nishinomiya City over 65yrs old(with official ID) 200yen 200yen
  • Above discounted admission appliles to caregivers accompanying a visitor with a disability.
  • Admission is free for a student upon presentation of Hyogokko Kokoron card.
  • Group admission needs to be paid in one payment by cash on the day of visit.
  • Special exhibitions are priced separately.

Facility Information

Parking
Free parking is available for 6 standard-sized cars.
Reservation is required for parking buses.
Coin Locker 
Free coin locker is available (100yen will be refunded after use).
AED
(Automated External Defibrillator)
Equipped at Kinen-kan.

Barrier-free Services / Visitors with small children

Parking
No reserved parking spot for the disabled is equipped.
Facility Configuration
Kinen-kan is on the south side of Rinkosen Road and Sakagura-kan is across from Kinen-kan, on the the north side of the street.
Braille Blocks
Laid from the entrance to the reception building of Sakagura-kan.
Entrance and Exit
The door of Kinen-kan is manual, and the door of Sakagura-kan is automatic.
Rental Wheelchairs
Availble at the reception of each building (Free).
Assistance Dog
Assistance dogs (guide dogs・service dogs・hearing dogs) are pemitted.
Steps
No steps on the exhibition spaces on the first floor. There is a slope at Sakagura-kan.
Restroom
Wheelchair accessible restrooms are equipped. No facility for the ostomy bags.
Inter-building Guidance
No voice guidance nor braille guide boards are available.
Rental Stroller
Availble at the reception of each building (Free).
Baby Changing Table
Please ask at the reception desk.

※Please contact us for any other details.

Public Transportation

By Railway(Approx. 30mins. from Osaka and Sannomiya respectively)

Hanshin Electric Railway

On Foot:
Take the Hanshin Main Line to Nishinomiya station. From the station, walk approx. 15 minutes to the south along Fudabasuji Road, then turn right at the intersection of Rinkosen Road.
By Bus:
Take the Hanshin Main Line to Nishinomiya station. From the south side of the Station, take the Hanshin-Bus bound for “Marina Park” to “Kotsu-Koen Mae”, then walk approx. one minute to the south, and then turn right at the intersection of Rinkosen Road.

JR

Take the JR Kobe Line to Nishinomiya Station. From the south side of the Station, take the Hanshin Bus bound for “Marina Park” to “Kotsu-Koen Mae”, walk approx. one minute to the south, and then turn right at the intersection of Rinkosen Road.

Hankyu Railway

Take the Hankyu Railway Kobe Line to Hankyu Nishnomiya Kitaguchi Station. Take the Hankyu Bus bound for “Asanagi-cho” to “Higashi-machi”. Walk to the south and turn right at the intersection of Rinkosen Road, and then walk along Rinkosen Road for approx. 7 mins.

By Taxi

From Hanshin Nishinomiya Station, the taxi fare is usually within 1,000 yen.

By Car (Driving)

From Osaka

Hanshin Expressway Route 3 Kobe Route
Take the Mukogawa exit onto National Route 43 and continue straight towards Kobe. At the fifth traffic light from Nishinomiya Interchange, turn left at the sign marked Nishinomiya Honmachi Intersection, then turn right at the third traffic right. Take the next immediate left to reach our parking area.
National Route 43
Turn left at the sign marked Nishinomiya Honmachi Intersection, then turn right at the third traffic light from the Intersection. Take the next immediate left to reach our parking area.
Hanshin Expressway Route 5 Bayshore Route
Take the Nishinomiyahama exit, then immediately bear right at the first intersection. Cross Nishinomiya Ohashi Bridge and turn left at the second traffic light. Take the next immediate left to reach our parking area.

From Kobe

Hanshin Expressway Route 3 Kobe Route
Take the Nishinomiya exit onto National Route 43, then immediately bear right at “Ebisu-jinja-mae” Intersection. Turn left at the second traffic light and continue straight for approx. 100 meters to reach our parking area on the right. (Or turn left at “Nishinomiya Honmachi” Intersection after passing “Ebisu-jinja-mae” Intersection, then turn right at the third traffic light. Take the next immediate left to reach our parking area.)
National Route 43
Turn right at Ebisu-jinja-mae Intersection, then turn left at the second traffic light. Continue straight for approx. 100 meters to reach our parking area on the right.
Hanshin Expressway Route 5 Bayshore Route
Take the Minami-Ashiyahama exit onto Ashiya Naruohama Route, then turn left at Nishinomiyahama 1-chome Intersection. Continue straight and cross Nishinomiya Ohashi Bridge, and then turn left at the second traffic light. Take the next immediate left to reach our parking area.

From Kyoto

Meishin Expressway
Take the Nishinomiya exit onto National Route 43 towards Kobe. Turn left at the fifth traffic light marked Nishinomiya Honmachi Intersection, then turn right at the third traffic light. Take the next immediate left to reach our parking area.

Reservation for Group Visits

  • TEL

    0798-33-0008

  • MAIL

    sake-museum☆hakushika.co.jp※When sending an email to us, please change the “☆” mark to “@” mark.

  • Please make a reservation for any group over 20 visitors, and also when a bus parking is needed.
  • Group discount admission is applied for a group of over 20 visitors.
  • Please pay the group admission in one payment by cash on the day of your visit.

How to make a reservation

  1. Please fill in the group reservation form attached below.
  2. Please submit the completed form to the museum via email or FAX.
  3. The reservation is completed once you receive a confirmation message from us.
  4. If you do not receive any reply from us within 3 business days, please contact us.
酒くん

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!

桜子ちゃん

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!