Otokoyama Sake Brewing Museum

[Tax-Free Shop]

Hokkaido Sake Otokoyama


Find the right sake for you.

There’s also a sampling corner, direct sales shop and more. Tax-free.

Otokoyama Sake Brewing Museum
Otokoyama sake brewery museum introduces sake brewing culture as japanese traditional industry and history of Otokoyama from 350 years.
You can see valuable materials, document and sake set in the Edo period, and can also see a part of sake brewing when brewing.
Otokoyama Sake Brewing Museum
Representative brands

Floor guide
Opening Times 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Admission fees Free
Closed day December 31, January 1 to 3
Reservations Not required
Third floor : Old sake making tool / VTR airedOtokoyama Sake Brewing Museum Old brewery tools such as tubs is exhibited On this floor.
There is also a VTR that introduces the process of making sake and the history of Otokoyama. and it is compatible with 5 languages (Japanese, English, Chinese, Korean, Thai).
Second floor : History of sake making represented by Ukiyo-e Otokoyama Sake Brewing Museum Origin of Otokoayama and related historical materials is exhibited on this floor.
You can see valuable materials such as Kitagawa Utamaro “Natorisake Rokkasen”, Utagawa Kuniyoshi “Seichu gishin meimei kagami”, hanging scroll of Katsushika Hokusai, Ancient document of sake brewing mystery inherited from the originator of Otokoyama etc.
First floor : Tasting / Shop Otokoyama Sake Brewing Museum You can sample Otokoyama sake.
There is items sold only this store. Please try by all means, such as Seasonal Limited and Otokoyama sake brewery museum Limited.
We also sell sake set and an apron, T-shirt for Otokoyama’s goods and others.
Water of Longevity in front of the main brewery Otokoyama Sake Brewing Museum The preparation water for brewing is called “Water of Longevity”.
It is underwater flow of Daisetsuzan which produces local sake “Otokoyama” in Asahikawa, Hokkaido.


Junmai Daiginjo 720ml


Fukkoshu 720ml




You can see sake brewing materials from the Edo period, color prints of everyday life in the Edo period, tools and more on display.


Address1-33, Nagayama 2-jo 7-chome, Asahikawa-shi
Business hours9:00a.m. - 5:00p.m.
Regular closed day12/31~1/3
wifiAvailable(Password required)
Correspondence languageJapanese 
Other information

The opening of the sake brewery (2nd Sunday in February) is from 10am to 3pm.


For those who use public transportation
2 minute walk from the Dohoku bus “Nagayama 2jo 6chome” bus stop

Map of surrounding areas