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Takara Sake

Takara Sake
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Type of Attraction
Breweries, Wineries, Vineyards
Interests That Apply
Culinary Arts, Shopping
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Price: Free
Visiting the museum and even trying out the products in the tasting room is free of charge.
Is there parking?: Limited
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes
Water/Drinks: Available at attraction or nearby.
Eating: This is NOT a good place to get a meal or snack.
Restrooms: Available
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Takara Sake

Taste and Learn About Sake

Expert Pick Off The Beaten Path

Address: Phone:
708 Addison St
Berkeley, CA 94710
+1 510 540 8250
Fax: +1 510 486 8758


Takara Sake is a bottling factory and museum for sake, a traditional Japanese rice wine. Located in Berkeley, Takara Sake is the nation's leading sake producer. Takara has been producing its special brand of shochu, mirin, and sake for more than one and a half centuries. The tasting facility is a spacious, Japanese-designed area where visitors can sip sake and plum wine free of charge. It also has a museum that provides information on Takara sake and the history of sake production.

Times & Dates

Open Hours: Hours vary by season - check website for details
Visit Time: 30min-1hr
Average Wait Time: None
Price: Free
Price Notes: Visiting the museum and even trying out the products in the tasting room is free of charge.


Indoor with climate control.

Age Recommendations/Requirements

Ages Admitted: Infants/Toddlers (0-3yrs), Children (4-8yrs), Pre-teen (9-12yrs), Teen, Adult, Senior
Ages that would most enjoy this attraction: Adult, Senior
Groups that would most enjoy this attraction: Couples, Friends, Groups, Solo Travelers


Best Modes of Transportation: Automobile/Car
Parking Availability: Limited
Average Price per Hour: $0-$5
Notes: There is limited street parking, both metered and non-metered; pay close attention to signs to avoid fines!

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