On the banks of rural Gunma Prefecture’s Tone River in 1886, the Nagai Sake Brewery opened its doors.
Today, the sake produced by that same brewery can be found on Michelin-starred menus across the globe.
Travel by private bus to the birthplace of Mizubasho, one of the world’s leading sake blends.
CEO Noriyoshi Nagai leads a private brewery tour before a lunch of local Gunma delights paired with rare sakes all served in a traditional sunken hearth dining room designed by Nagai himself.
In a recent edition of INTOUCH, Nagai explained his passion for Japan’s national spirit.
Also included in this tour is a visit to 800-year-old Kichijyoji Temple and its flower garden boasting more than 100 varieties in full spring bloom.
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