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Beer Museum Yebisu in Tokyo

beer museum

Traces the history of beer in Japan, including a history of beer advertising and an explanation of beer brewing techniques.

There is also a beer tasting lounge (Fee).

“The origins of ‘Yebisu Beer’ date back to 1887, when Nippon Beer Brewery started producing beer in the area then called Mita Village. The name ‘Yebisu’ was later adopted in slightly altered form to designate the station, and ‘Ebisu’ has since become familiar to many as the name of the surrounding town. Yebisu’s century-old tradition of brewing beer is now celebrated in this museum dedicated to the history, science and culture of the beloved beverage. The museum will take visitors to experience new world of the beer through the ‘MAGIC VISION THEATER’ and other video equipment that employ the latest technologies.”

Times and Prices
Admission: FREE
Beer Tasting available (Fee). Tues – Sun 10:00 – 17:00

Yebisu Garden Place
4-20-1, Ebisu, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo
Tel: 03-5423-7255

How to Get There
Ebisu Station (Approx. 7 – 10 Minute walk)

External Link
Beer Museum

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