Updated: May 29, 2019
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Yebisu Beer Museum in Ebisu, Tokyo (Info and Access)


Yebisu is both a station in Tokyo and a beer brand. If you're a beer fan, paying a visit to the Yebisu museum near Ebisu station is highly reccomended! There, you can learn about the history of the brand, try some delicious beers (if you're above 20), and take selfies next to giant beer cans.

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The Museum of Yebisu Beer

The museum from the outside
Yebisu beer is a subsidiary of Sapporo Beer, which is Japan's oldest beer company. The Yebisu brand has been around since 1890, and has a rich history. You can learn all about this history in the Museum of Yebisu Beer, which has exhibits with information in Japanese and English. There are some really cool items in the museum, including very interesting art pieces.

A beer can of beer cans
Once you've learned about the history of the beer, you're almost definitely going to feel like trying some! If you opted to take a paid tour for ¥500 (in Japanese), you'll get to sample 2 beers at the end of the tour. On Wednesdays and Thursdays, there is also an ¥1,000 English tour available (at 2 times during the day) that includes a token for a drink at the end of the tour.
6 beers to sample and compare
Whether or not you took a paid tour, after looking around the museum, you should definitely head to the tasting salon. There (as long as you're 20+ years old), you can try 6 different Yebisu beers, along with some interesting beer cocktails for ¥400 each. Reading information about beer is great, but experiencing it first-hand is even better!
An old Yebisu bottle

Access / Hours

The Museum of Yebisu Beer is closed on Mondays, but is open every other day of the week from 11:00am to 7:00pm (last entry is 6:30). It is free to tour the museum on your own, or there is a 40 minute ¥500 guided tour (in Japanese) every 30 minutes (20 on weekends) that includes two tasting beers at the end of the tour.

Guided English tours are available only on Wednesday and Thursday at 12:40 and 3:40pm. These tours are offered for ¥1,000 and include one drink.

You can get to the museum by getting of at Ebisu station and walking about 8 minutes. There is a moving walkway that makes the walk a breeze.
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