Enjoy walking the street of Fushimi, lined with sake breweries.
You can enjoy tasting some sake.
The tour also takes you to Fushimi Inari Taisha Shrine famous for Senbon Torii (one thousand gateways) painted red.
|1. Standard||Meals||No Lunch||Adult||JPY8,900||Child||JPY8,400|
※ Children (6-11 years), Infants (0-5 years. Meals, seating and other such services are not included)
New Miyako Hotel [map] (08:40)
Approx. 4 hours
[Kyoto] Gekkeikan Okura Sake Museum, Fushimi Inari Taisha Shrine
English-speaking guide, Other admission fees and transportation costs included in the tour
22 Jan - 27 Dec : Mon, Thu
From Kyoto Station to Momoyamagoryo-mae Station
Kinki Nippon Railway (non-reserved seat)
This tour uses public transportation with non-reserved seating. Please note that seating is not guaranteed.
Gekkeikan Okura Sake Museum (45 min)
The museum displays interesting materials including devices used in the sake-producing process which are unique to Fushimi. Participants can enjoy tasting sake at the museum.
While people under 20 years of age may join this tour, they will not be served sake. Also, non-alcoholic beverages will not be provided in place of alcoholic drinks.
From Fushimi-Momoyama Station to Fushimi Inari Station (20 min)
Keihan Electric Railway (non-reserved seat)
Fushimi Inari Taisha Shrine (60 min)
Fushimi Inari Taisha is the head shrine of 40,000 inari-jinja shrines located all over Japan. The bright red Senbon Torii gates are a must-see attraction.
From Inari Station to Kyoto Station
JR (non-reserved seat)
Address: Inside of Kinokuniya Bookstores, Level 2 The Galeries 500 George Street Sydney NSW 2000
Opening hours ：Mon-Fri [10:00 - 18:00], Sat [12:00 - 16:00]
For online inquirie, We normally get back to you within a day
PO Box 3026 Asquith NSW 2077