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Nihonsakari Sakaguradori Rengakan

Nihonsakari was established in 1889, reflective of the contemporary architecture trend of bricks that was influenced by the Civilization and Enlightenment movement. It is a good photography spot.

Within the building, there is a store that sells a wide variety of Japanese sake, liquor, and cups and bottles for sake, Hanasakari, a restaurant where you can enjoy authentic Japanese dishes that compliment Japanese sake, a glass studio where you can experience glassblowing. After creating glass and original cups and bottles for sake, you can thoroughly enjoy Japanese sake and food at the restaurant, and then purchase your favorite Japanese sake at the store.

Additionally, we also sell ""namagenshu"", a sake that does not go through a heating and hydrolysis process. Free samples for namagenshu and regular Japanese sake are available.

Nihonsakari Sakaguradori Rengakan

●Tel/075-864-7716

●Address/4-28 yōgaichō, Nishinomiya-shi, Hyogo Prefecture 662-0921
●Hours/10:00~21:30 (Last admission time: 20:30)
●Holidays/Every Tuesday
Special holiday period: December 31, January 1
●Admission/Free
◆Access/ JR Kobe Line (Tokaido Main Line): Get off at Nishinomiya Station and walk south for 15 minutes/
Hanshin Electric Railway: Get off at Nishinomiya Station and walk southeast for 15 minutes
Get off at Imazu Station and walk southwest for 15 minutes/
Hanshin Electric Railway: Get off at Imzau Station and walk southwest for 15 minutes
※5 minute taxi ride from each

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