[Main Part (sequel to the previous post)]
This is the last article about a series of the four-day three-night trip to Otaru and Sapporo.
First, I visited Sapporo Beer Museum.
Sapporo Beer (Sapporo Brewery) is a Japanese brewery founded in 1876. It is the oldest brand of beer in Japan and was first brewed in Sapporo, Japan in 1876. Now the venue is used as a museum.
Before entering the museum, I took photos of the Sapporo Beer Garden (Beer restaurant) adjacent to the museum.
This is the building of Sapporo Beer Museum.
Let’s go into the museum.
Beers that were sold just after the company was built in 1876.
History of Sapporo Beer.
Tank formrely used for production.
Advertising posters from old days to present days.
After I left Sapporo Beer Museum, I moved to Sapporo Factory, a commercial complex.
This complex also has a brewery facility.
In the facility.
I tasted a beer.
Then, I moved to the New Chitose Airport and had mutton barbecue, which is a local gourmet in Hokkaido.
Than, I returned to Tokyo.
So, that’s it for the article about Sapporo Beer Museum and Sapporo Factory and now, I have completed a series of my travel articles (8 articles) about Otaru and Sapporo, Hokkaido, for 4 days and 3 nights. Thank for your taking time in reading my articles 🙂
Sapporo Beer Museum (Japanese)
Sapporo Factory (English)