Osaka Japanese Sake Tastings

Osaka Japanese Sake Tastings
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Sake Tastings in Osaka

While Osaka’s neighbor Kyoto is a famous sake producer, Osaka also has lots to offer by way of sake breweries and sake bars. Folks in Osaka, the rowdier of the two cities with a thriving nightlife scene, have a sweet spot for drinking, and there are lots of high-quality, delicious sake to be tasted in Osaka. During an Osaka sake tasting, you can familiarize yourself with a variety of Japanese sake types and brands and find your new favorite sake! With the guidance of a sake expert, you’ll find your palate and taste perception widening, and with the knowledge, you gain during a sake tasting, your appreciation of sake will also increase. Visiting sake breweries in Osaka, you’ll learn all about the production of Japan’s signature alcoholic beverage. During the tour, you’ll be walked through the steps of sake making, and be able to visualize the brewing process. Of course, you will also get to taste the sake for yourself. And with recommendations from your sake guide, you can even pick up a bottle or two to take home as a souvenir from your trip to Osaka.