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[Handa Red Brick Building]

Former beer brewery site offering a beer which is no longer produced

The Handa Red Brick Building is the former production site of Kabuto Beer, the beer that once held the largest share in the Tokai area's beer market and was awarded a gold medal at the Paris Expo in 1900. The building features double walls and fireproof heat-insulated flooring to keep the temperature and humidity constant. With various ingenious devices essential for beer production dotted around, the building is designated as a nationally registered Tangible Cultural Property. Now, the history of Kabuto Beer along with the passion of its pioneers is introduced in the building as a permanent display. The adjacent cafe serves recreated Kabuto Beer.
Posted photos Main The building was designed by Yorinaka Tsumaki, one of the greatest architects of the Meiji period, who also designed the Yokohama Red Brick Warehouse.
Three photos Upper left Original confectioneries and specialties of Handa City and Chita Peninsula are sold at the shop., upper right The permanent exhibition room which introduces the allure of Kabuto Beer using models, video and photos from the time., lower The recreated Kabuto Beer (bottles) can be bought at the shop
Address Enokishita-cho 8, Handa City, Aichi
Phone +81-569-24-7031 (Japanese only)
Opening hours Permanent exhibition room
9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Cafe and shop
10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Holidays Year-end and New Year
Admission fee Adults (senior high school student age and over) 200 yen
Junior high school student age and under Free
● Cafe Brick Menu
Kabuto Beer (draft / bottle) 600 yen
Access Alight at "Nagoya Station" of JR Tokaido Shinkansen, and walk to the nearby "Meitetsu Nagoya Station". Take the Meitetsu Kowa Line for approx. 32 minutes, alight at "Sumiyoshicho Station" and walk for approx. 5 minutes.
URL http://handa-akarenga.jp/index.html

updated on Mar 30, 2018

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