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Tour was the basic advertisement for Sapporo Beer...I went on a Saturday so no production was happening but the guide still walked us through the production area...tour was in Japanese but pamphlet with rough explanation was given...you get two glasses of beer at the end...they...More
There are two types of tours available, the "free" tour and the "premium" tour. Each tour has a different entrance. I believe the "premium" tour also includes beer sampling. I went on the "free" tour, which was not very interesting. We did not get to...More
Should have come on a weekday when the machines are working, so that was the downer for me... On the other hand, the tour is free with 2 half pints - The Sapporo Black label and Sapporo Classic. Kick back your drafts to a wonderful...More
Sorely disappointed that the tour had NO free beer samples, WOW. Never been to a brewery w/o free samples. We had to buy them there....and it was a very limited selection. C'mon Sapporo, you make enough money to give folks a taste of your beer...More
We visited here on the way to Sapporo from Noboribetsu. It was totally worth it! We just made it for the 4pm tour (I think the free tour runs hourly from 10am?). They first identify the driver/s among the group. In my case it was...More
Mixed cultures between Japanese and European style. Nice presentation both place and beer.
Like the options that not force selling for touring (have only japanese speaker).
Good to look around even not drink beer
The tour was about 40 minutes going through the brewing and packaging process. The tour is only in Japanese but we were given a pamphlet in English and Korean to follow along. The best part was the tasting when we got 2 glasses of beer...More
There's a tourist bus from the Sapporo bus terminus that brings you straight to the doorstep of the Sapporo beer factory so if you are not in a hurry, that's a great way to get there.
The museum was an interesting find but all the...More