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- As a "theme park for sake drinking," the brewery has a direct sales store, an Italian restaurant, an omusubi shop for take-out and meals, and a historical museum. It is a sake brewery that you can visit for free (tours are available for a fee and reservations are required). (Reservations are required for the tour course.) Led by a toji in his 30s, the brewery produces sake that makes the most of the flavor of the rice. The brewery also brews craft beer using the same high-quality natural underground water used for brewing sake.