Kiku-Masamune Sake Brewery Museum

There is a Kiku-Masamune Sake Brewery Museum near the river Sumiyoshi in Kobe.

The Entrance

I could see this sign by the entrance.

The calligraphy is impressive.

The Museum’s derector told me that the calligraphy was written by Mr Gochiku Nakabayashi. He wrote it when he was 77 years old.

Mr Gochiku Nakabayashi is a founder of modern Japanese calligraphy the same as Mr Meikaku Kusakabe who started my family of calligraphy.

In the museum we can see many materials to make Sake(Japanese rice wine).

Also we can see interesting things.

There is the souvenir shop.

And You CAN try the Sake on free!

I reccomend a visit there.

 

Night Time in Kobe

The professor of Konan University took me to a Yakitori restaurant.

元祖やき鳥 八榮亭上店
Yaeitei

The Yakitori  sauce is over 100 years old!

The lady bakes chichen.

First, I ate the skin. It was lovely.

Then, I ate the meat, and it was really tasty!

I drank Kasu-jiru.

Of course, I drank the Masu-zake(Sake;Race wine)

Next, he took me to the Bar Le Bateau.

She made me a non alcohol drink.

Finally, he took me to a British Pub.

The name of the Pub is Harbour Tavern.

Their menu is below.

It felt like I was back in the UK, but I noticed baseball shirts above the bar.