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Enjoy the atmosphere of an old-fashioned Japanese sake brewery at Tōkō Sake Museum.

The massive facility, which spans almost 4,000 square meters, keeps old brewing tools and other items on display for visitors. With a traditional look and atmosphere, this brewery fits in perfectly with the local aesthetic of Yonezawa.

The facility was restored and reopened in 1984 with the goal of showcasing how sake is made to a wide variety of people. Additionally, an exhibition room showcasing materials related to Uesugi Yōzan is located in the brewery.


Location Information

Facility Name
Tōkō Sake Museum
2-chōme-3-22 Ōmachi Yonezawa, Yamagata 992-0031
Phone Number
Opening Hours
Weekdays: 9:30 am - 4:00 pm
Weekends and Holidays: 9:00 am - 4:30 pm
Regular Closed Day
December 31 and January 1
Tuesdays in January and February
English Support
Activity Details
Learn about the tools used to make traditional Japanese sake and see how people lived during olden times.
Entry Fee
Regular fee: 350 yen
High/Middle school students: 250 yen
Elementary school students: 150 yen

* 50 yen discount for groups of 20 and above
Groups of 50 and above must contact the museum in advance.
You may also request for wheelchair assistance from the staff