February, 6th

Description

Every year, the rice farming village of Oyama organizes the Oyama Sake Nouveau Festival. Oyama village has been brewing sake for more than 450 years. It is the perfect occasion to discover Shonai region's most famous sake such as Dewa no Yuki 出羽ノ雪 or Tomizu 十水.
The participation ticket grants you access to 4 different breweries in the village, within which you can taste as many kinds of sake as you want.
We remind our customers people below 20 years old are not allowed to drink alcoholic beverages in Japan.

Participation fees: 

Entrance ticket to 4 saké breweries: 1200 yen per adult

Oyama's Sake Nouveau Festival

Reservations, questions:

Location: 

YOU MIGHT ALSO LIKE:

There's much more to see and many more events to attend to in Tsuruoka! Don't miss them!

Oyama's Sake Nouveau Festival

Oyama's Sake Nouveau Festival

Taste the newest creations of Oyama's saké breweries in a cheerful winter festival. Reminder: Persons below 20 years old are not allowed to drink alcohol in Japan

summer.png
Tenjin Matsuri

Tenjin Matsuri

Every year, the people of Tsuruoka gather on the 25th of May to pay tribute to Sugawara no Michizane, also known as Tenjin, the god of scholars and knowledge. Masked men walk the streets to serve people saké for free.

summer.png
Kamo Aquarium

Kamo Aquarium

World's largest Jellyfish aquarium!

Zenpoji Temple

Zenpoji Temple

One of the Three Main Soto Zen Buddhist temples in Japan, along with Myogonji Temple (Aichi Prefecture) and Saijôji Temple (Kanagawa Prefecture).

Heishindo Merchant House

Heishindo Merchant House

A National Important Cultural Property.

Oyama's Sake Nouveau Festival