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For sake's sake

When in Japan, visiting breweries should be top of the to-do list

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Every tourist knows that when arriving in a new place, having many spots to check out with little time poses a problem. 

The life-size figures working on the brew at The Hakutsuru Sake Brewery Museum are the main attractions for the tourists.

This happened when I wanted to visit a sake museum in Nada, Kobe, in Japan. The ``Sake Breweries of Nada'' map, available at the train stations and tourist information centre, showed eight sake breweries.

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