Kizakura Kappa Country

Kizakura Kappa Country
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Page last updated: May, 12, 2021
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Peter von Gomm

Kizakura Kappa Country is a museum and a restaurant operated by Kizakura, one of the most renown Japanese sake makers. The museum houses "Kizakura Memorial Hall" exhibiting materials regarding Kizakura's history and sake-making process that continues from the Taisho-era. There is also the "Kappa Museum", which houses documents regarding the little-known traditional Japanese mythical creature, Kappa. In the restaurant "Kizakura Sakaba", visitors can drink Kyoto's first local beer "Kyoto Bakushu" and enjoy a variety of sake and Kyoto cuisines.
In addition, the "Kizakura Shoten" shop offers limited edition sake and a large selection of products that can only be purchased there, communicating the delicious taste and enjoyment of sake.

Information of Spot Detail


228 Shioya-cho, Fushimi-ku, Kyoto, Kyoto Prefecture

Telephone Number


Spot Types


Business Hours

[Document Hall] 10:00 to 17:00
[Restaurant] 11:30 to 14:30, 17:00 to 22:00

Regular Holiday

[Document Hall] Mondays (excludes national holidays)
[Restaurant] December 31, January 1




7 minute walk from Chushojima Station of Keihan Main Line
7 minute walk from Fushimi Momoyama Station of Keihan Main Line
8 minute walk from Momoyama Goryo-mae Station of Kintetsu Kyoto Line

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